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Alzheimer's and memory care - Daily Care Skills, Part 1
Daily care skills are basic activities like bathing and dressing that people with Alzheimer’s have difficulty doing for themselves.  This course describes the best ways to assist in these skills, while still giving the resident independence and choice.
Course Objective
After completing this lesson, the student will be able to:  Utilize tips for dressing people with Alzheimer's; Understand bathing methods that are effective for people with Alzheimer's.
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