At Mariposa Training, we're very excited to announce our Certificate of Training as a Dementia Care Provider program which can be taken on demand and online. The certificate program offers 10 professional CEUs which may be used towards your annual professional license renewal (i.e. NHA, RCFE, RN, LVN, CNA, AD).
So, this year, isn't it time to treat yourself to the gift of education and professional enhancement?
Our curriculum offers participants the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to help those with dementia thrive. Our person centered philosophy of care is based on the belief that we can enhance the quality of life of those with dementia by caring for them as individuals rather than simply as patients, and by capitalizing upon remaining strengths and abilities rather than focusing on limitations and disabilities.
- 10 one hour online (self study) classes
- 10 professional continuing education credits (NHA, RCFE, RN, LVN, LPN, AD, CNA)
- Certificate of Training in Dementia Care
Complete the class on your own schedule!
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Dementia Care Certificate of Training - 10 Online Classes - Mariposa Training
Complete the certificate program in the comfort of your own home or office, on your own schedule!
Any Where/Any Time
Friday, March 31, 2017 at 10:30 PM - Sunday, April 1, 2018 at 1:30 AM (CDT)
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Keith Savell, Ph.D., CTRS
Dr. Keith Savell has over 30 years experience working with residents with dementia and delirium and is frequently invited to speak at conferences and workshops throughout the world. He has held faculty appointments at Rutgers University, San Jose State University, and San Francisco State University. Since 1990, Dr. Savell is the Executive Director of Geriatric Healthcare Consultants - a consulting group specializing in Activity, Social Service, Dementia Care and strategies to enhance the quality of life of those who live in skilled nursing facilities. He is also the co-founder and President of Mariposa Training, a leading online education provider for health care professionals working with the elderly.
For additional information about this important class, call (510) 387-8130.