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Understanding the Psychiatric Issues of Dementia - PBHAC

  • Westmoreland Manor Multipurpose Room 2480 South Grande Boulevard Greensburg, PA 15601 (map)

Target Audience: This training is for all interested individuals and specifically those who provide care to older adults, such as nurses, social workers, case managers, housing service coordinators, nursing home administrators, personal care home administrators, aging and mental health workers.


Description/Educational Objectives: 

  • Discuss the common psychiatric causes of problem behaviors in individuals with dementia: delirium, depression, anxiety, behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia.
  • Discuss the risks of depression for those who are providing care for individuals with dementia.

·         Review common treatment interventions that may be used with individuals who are suffering from dementia including communications skills, behavioral management, and psychosocial interventions.

  • Identify evidence-based practices for psychiatric issues of dementia.
  • Explore community resources available for professionals and family caregivers.

Cost: $75

CEUs: Program approved for 4 hours of Nursing, Social Work, Case Management, NHA, and PCHA credits. Participants must attend the entire session for credit. Partial credit cannot be awarded.

Refund and Cancellation Policy: Please read and notify us at least five business days prior to the event if you need to cancel. Please email of your cancellation plans.


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