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Learning to Communicate
This course focuses specifically on the difficulties of communicating with someone who has Alzheimer’s disease.
Course Objective
After completing this lesson, the student will be able to:  Identify non-verbal cues in communication such as body language; Understand the feelings and emotions behind words; Discover the power of touch.
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