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Alzheimer's and Memory care - Activities for Special People, Part 1
Making new friends, learning skills, and being involved in social activities are important parts of life for individuals with Alzheimer’s. Learn the benefits of involving your residents in activities that encourage them to be social and energetic as well as mentally and physically stimulated.
Course Objective
After completing this lesson, the student will be able to:  Understand why activities are important to individuals with Alzheimer's; Identify the four areas of activities; Utilize the Serper method of repeating instructions.
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