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Know the 10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s Disease: Ethical Considerations for Practice (1 Ethics CE)
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Learn the facts about Alzheimer’s Disease. Social workers may interact with people experiencing memory loss or behavioral changes that may benefit from early detection of the disorder. Ethical practice urges social workers stay current with diagnostic tools and treatment options.

3/26/2018
When: March 26. 2018
12:00 pm
Where: Catholic Social Services Conference Room
347 Rock St.
Marquette, Michigan  49855
United States
Contact: Shelley Ovink
(906) 486-8020

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Learn the facts about Alzheimer’s Disease. Social workers may interact with people experiencing memory loss or behavioral changes that may benefit from early detection of the disorder. Ethical practice urges social workers stay current with diagnostic tools and treatment options. Worth 1 Ethics Continuing Education Credit!

 

Learning Objectives:

1. Identify the 10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s Disease and steps in helping the person plan for the future.

2. Understand what is involved in coming to diagnosis.

3. Identify the risks of Alzheimer’s Disease, including connections to other conditions.

 

Cost: Free for NASW member! $10 fee for non-members.

 

How to Register: RSVP to Shelley dvip-mqt@hotmail.com or Judy jkrause1950@live.com

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