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Social Work with Persons Living with Dementia and their Families: Challenges and Opportunities
More than 6 million Americans are living with some form of neurocognitive impairment or dementia that can differ dramatically in the types of symptoms they express. There are over 16 million adult family caregivers of persons with dementia. Because of its progressive nature, dementia impacts families in a variety of ways. Through the use of lecture and case presentation, this training will cover the diagnosis, treatment, and care interventions for different dementia disorders and the critical role social workers play in supporting individuals and families with the challenges they face over the course of the illness.
This course fulfills the new Illinois requirement of a training on Alzheimer's disease and other dementias for 2021-2023 licensing.
1.5 Clinical Social Work
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