Alzheimers (Online Course) from 2020 PAC Virtual Conference: Living Under The Umbrella of Dementia
$10.00 / year and a $50.00 sign-up fee
Missed the 2020 PAC Virtual Conference? We got you covered! Come under our umbrella and you’ll find 7 hours of video. You also receive access to PowerPoint slides from the presentations, course outline, course learning objectives and additional resource materials. For more details please see the Description tab below.
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Cost is $50 (plus $10 yearly subscription fee) for one-year of access. Additional years of access are just $10 per year!
Did you miss the 2020 PAC Conference – Living Under the Umbrella of Dementia?
Never fear! Because our conference was presented virtually this year and the sessions were recorded, we are able to offer all of the valuable content to those who were not able to attend live. Experience Teepa Snow’s heartfelt keynote addresses, gain priceless insight from our team members who are living with dementia, and learn about Alzheimers with our PAC Mentors. For only $10.00/learner/year, you will receive 7 hours of incomparable content.
-Teepa’s keynote addresses discussing care and support while living under the umbrella of dementia
-Q&A with the Core Team Panel of People Living with Dementia
You will also have access to the PowerPoint slides from the presentations, course outline, course learning objectives and additional resource materials. Follow-up quiz questions and certificates of completion for 5 sessions / 6 hours meeting most CEs requirements (CEs are not pre-approved. please refer to your practice act to see if this meets your needs).
It’s not too late! Won’t you please join us under the Umbrella of Dementia?