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WELCOME To ADFM Alzheimer's Dementia Caregivers Support Network

ADFM NATIONAL  ALZHEIMER'S DEMENTIA CAREGIVERS' SUPPORT NETWORK

An Online Platform with the primary  objective of reaching out to the caregivers community for persons afflicted with Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia to provide them the necessary support in their hours of need.  All caregivers are invited to join this platform for support in their care-giving journey.

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DEMENTIA CARE TRAINING FOR FAMILY CAREGIVERS

On

Saturday, 23 February (9.00am to 5.00pm)

Sunday, 24  February (9.00am to 1.00pm)

At

ADFM PJ Day-Care Centre, No. 6 Lorong 11/8E

Seksyen 11, 46200 Petaling Jaya

Caring for a person with dementia can be very stressful and challenging at times. Dementia not only affects the person living with the condition, but also the entire family. The greatest challenge is on you, the caregiver. With a better understanding of dementia, you can plan for and cope with the challenges that you may encounter in your caregiving journey.

 

This one and half-day interactive training comprising 4-modules is designed to support you in your caregiving role with essential knowledge and skills to care for the person with dementia and yourself, using the Person-Centered Care Approach through sharing of real-life scenarios, discussions and identify potential strategies for managing caregiver stress.

 

Learning Objectives:

Module 1: Impact of Dementia and Person-Centered Care

  • Identify the principles of Person-Centered Care (PCC)
  • Recognize the impact of dementia on person with dementia, and family caregivers
  • Identify your own level of stress and self-care strategies
  • Identify community resources available to support family caregivers

 

Module 2: Behavioral and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia (BPSD)

  • Understand behaviour associated with dementia
  • Identify potential triggers for behaviour associated with dementia
  • Identify a range of options for supporting the person with dementia

 

Module 3: Effective Communication

  • Describe the impact of dementia on communication
  • Identify strategies for effective communication with a person with dementia

 

Module 4: Purposeful and Meaningful Engagement

  • Recognize the value of promoting engagement with life for a person with dementia
  • Recognize the value of activity for a person with dementia
  • Identify ways of adapting activities to meet individual needs

 

Training will be conducted by ADFM Team of Trainers:

  1. Dr Khor Hui Min, Consultant Geriatrician – UMMC and UMSC
  2. Ms Satiapoorany Subramaniam (retired Nursing Educator.Lecturer with extensive clinical experience)  

 

Registration Fee: FREE, Compulsory Registration with:

(1)  Full Name/s

(2)  Mobile contact

(3)  Email address

(4)  Indicate whether family caregiver or care worker

(5)  To whom you are caring for………

(6)  IC No. (if health care workers)

 

Call / Whatsapp: 016 608 2513 (Jenny) or  Emai:  jennyho8@gmail.com

 

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ADFM National Caregiver's Support Network

Enquiries: 

Email: jenny@adfm.org.my 

Tel: +603-7931 5850 DL 

Official Web : http://adfm.org.my

Official Blog : http://adfmmalaysia.blogspot.com

ADFM Secretariat Office

No. 6, Lorong 11/8E,
Section 11, 46200 Petaling Jaya
Tel:+603-7956 2008 
Fax:+603-7960 8482
Email: office.adfm@gmail.com

ADFM PJ Day Care Centre
No. 6, Lorong 11/8E,
Section 11, 46200 Petaling Jaya

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