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Alzheimer's and memory care - Environment IS Important, Part 2 - Creating a Calming, Restful Environment
Understand the way a person with Alzheimer’s perceives the world through their senses and how you can keep their living environment from being too overwhelming or stressful.
Course Objective
After completing this lesson, the student will be able to:  Understand the importance of surroundings to the person with Alzheimer's; Provide a consistent environment; Establish daily routines and tasks; Utilize recommendations from the Alzheimer's association for a positive environment.
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