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Intervention Strategies for People With Dementia and Cognitive-Communication Disorders (WEB19307)

Presenter(s): Tammy Hopper, PhD, CCC-SLP
Course Description


This video course helps SLPs choose the best evidence-based interventions to target cognitive and communication disorders for individual clients at different stages of dementia. Tammy Hopper discusses methods of measuring outcomes as well as case study examples.

Learning Outcomes
You will be able to:

  • design and implement person-centered, evidence-based intervention plans based on assessment results
  • implement appropriate interventions for people with dementia at different stages of the syndrome
  • measure outcomes and demonstrate the impact of interventions to individuals with dementia, their families, and other health care professionals

This course is part of a two-course set that explores assessment and intervention for cognitive-communication disorders related to dementia. Check out the companion course, Assessment of Cognition and Communication in Older Adults With Dementia, available with your ASHA Learning Pass subscription or as an a la carte purchase.

This course is also part of a Learning Path: Assessing and Treating Individuals With Dementia.

What is a learning path? A learning path is a curated set of courses on an essential topic, designed for you to take in order—or in whatever order you wish—as you have time in your schedule. Our learning paths identify sets of key courses so you can get on your way to mastering particular areas of practice according to your needs, priorities, and interests.

What is Included?

You'll get online access to all the course content, including the full video, handouts, and references so you can access it from anywhere!

Assessment Type

Self-assessment—Think about what you learned and report on the Completion Form how you will use your new knowledge.

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PDH: 1
ASHA CEU*: 0.1
COURSE DETAILS
Item #(s): WEB19307
Available Through: April 02, 2024