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teepa-snow-and-logoWe are pleased to announce Teepa Snow as our speaker!
Monday and Tuesday, March 6th & 7th
8 am – 4:30 pm (please arrive by 8:30 am )
Canad Inns Polo Park – 1405 St. Mathews Ave. (map)
Full conference registration is $200

Teepa Snow will lead conference attendees through enlightening, witty and in-depth discussions of best practices in dementia care. Teepa is an advocate for people living with dementia and has made it her personal mission to uphold: “Life with dementia can be lived fully.”

Click here for more information and to register online.

Alzheimer Society of Manitoba
204-943-6622 (in Winnipeg)
1-800-378-6699 (in Manitoba)
alzeducation@alzheimer.mb.ca

Thank you to our event sponsor:

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PC P.E.A.R.L.S™: 7 key elements of person-centred care

PrintThrough its culture change initiative, the Alzheimer Society of Canada aims to improve the experience of long-term care for people with dementia and their families, and is working with others to provide useful strategies, tools and tips that can help put the principles of person-centred care into practice.

Click here to learn the seven key elements of person-centred care.

 

 

Behind every person with Alzheimer’s disease there are people dedicated to helping. The Alzheimer Society offers many training options for professionals and health workers. We can also design individualized training sessions to accommodate your staff’s needs.

Professional Education Topics and Learning Outcomes

Alzheimer Society staff is available to help by presenting in-service education about issues regarding Alzheimer’s disease and another dementia. On-site presentations can be offered in seminar format, as a series or in brief topics. Sessions can be tailored to the learning needs of your group or to a course outline.

Click here to view a PowerPoint presentation of Professional Education In-Service Opportunities.

Upcoming Seminars