ALZHEIMER’S Annual Update
Facility staff who provide direct care to residents with Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders, must obtain an eight (8) hours of training within 9 months of employment. Upon completion of this requirement, direct care staff must complete four (4) hours of additional training annually. This additional training is titled “Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders Annual Update”. Facility staff who meet the requirements for Alzheimer’s training providers will be considered as having met this requirement.
A Message from the Instructor
I believe that purchasing this course will be a great decision and let me tell you why.
This online course is designed so you can work at your pace and is available for up to 7 days. This allows you work at your pace and complete the training on time. This course offers many quizzes to help you better understand the course objectives. You can retake the quizzes as many times as you like without any penalty. This course also offers many great videos and audio recordings which I’m sure you will love.
I am available by phone or email with any questions you may have. Once again, thank you for considering the purchase of this course.
From Online Students
|It was very informative , I will use the final exam as practice to prepare for the State Test.
I have recommended this course to a couple of my friends that are interested.
|Excellent material and access to resources. Online training allows for flexibility of hours spent training|
|I appreciated this course. It really covered it … thank you very much for this very valuable course.|
|“I really learned a lot I want to thank you I am so excited about this.”|
|“The course was very interesting, i learned a lot. thank you!”|
|“It was very informative, educational, and easy to comprehend.”|
|“LOVED this online program! Can’t wait to take other classes on here and also use it with future staff!!”
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|“When i started doing the training, i was a bit hesitant, because i am not too familiar
with the computer, as i started doing the course, i was really enjoying , it was easy to understand, and very informative.”
|“Your company did an awesome job on helping me practice for the state exam. Thank you!”|
|“I understand the training very well, also when I make few phone calls was glad that a fine gentleman answer all my questions. I also like a lot that the Instructors gave priceless experience knowledge, also en-light me to be extra careful in the subject they were talking about, I’m truly grateful for all your dedication. Thank you. God bless”|
|“The course is very detailed and fosters effective training in the field of Senior Care giving.”|
|“Just received my completion certificate, Yeaaahhh!!!! I absolutely enjooooyed this online program, the only program here in Melbourne I was not able to attend and I could not commute to Orlando for a Mon-Fri class, I work nights and I have a 1 and 8 year old, so this worked perfectly! The instructors were awesome, will definately recommend this program to others.”|
|Overall, it is a very good and impressively comprehensive course. All of the videos were especially helpful to me instead of having to just read all of the information.|
|I found the course to be very user friendly.|
|Really Enjoyed it|
|It was informative.|
|It was great!|
|Very helpful information given from online instructors.|
About the Instructors
Mrs. Stockstill has been a licensed assisted living administrator since 2009. She is an owner/operator of Ocean Breeze Gardens assisted living community in Satellite Beach Florida. Sheryl and her husband started working on Ocean Breeze Gardens (OBG) in 2007. They designed and opened it from the ground up. OBG opened with 6 beds in 2009 and has expanded to 32 beds in 2012. Sheryl has done everything from planning and zoning approval, concept approval, fire inspections,initial licensing applications, operations, and sales and marketing. She has done 5 capacity expansions, and had over 15 AHCA inspections. Sheryl earned her B.S. in Business Administration and Elementary Education. She will earn a Master’s degree from University of Central Florida in Fall 2013. Sheryl is a skilled educator.