End of Life Dementia Doula Program Part 2

Dementia Doulas play a crucial role in providing support and care to individuals with dementia and their families. IDLM is training Doulas to understand the unique needs of individuals with dementia and provide tailored support to meet those needs. This specialized training and experience enable them to provide the necessary care and support to individuals with dementia and their families.

To enroll in this course, you must complete our Relationship Based Care: Support for the Dementia Journey Course and End of Life Dementia Doula Program Part 1 before enrolling.

April 2- May 21st 630pm CST

$375 end of year sale

Overview

Dementia Doulas play a crucial role in providing support and care to individuals with dementia and their families. IDLM is training Doulas to understand the unique needs of individuals with dementia and provide tailored support to meet those needs. This specialized training and experience enable them to provide the necessary care and support to individuals with dementia and their families.

This support can help alleviate the stress and anxiety associated with caring for a loved one with dementia.

Dementia Doulas also help patients maintain a sense of dignity and autonomy. Dementia Doulas provide emotional support to individuals and families, helping them with grief, fear, and uncertainty.

Dementia Doulas are in high demand with the growing number of people diagnosed with Dementia.

This course will have 2 parts. To enroll in our End of Life Dementia Doula Program 2, you must complete our Relationship Based Care: Support for the Dementia Journey Course and End of Life Dementia Doula Program Part 1 before enrolling.

Mary Ann

Mary Anne holds triple certification as a PAC trainer, consultant, and coach in Teepa Snow’s “Positive Approach® to Care” (PAC). She is also a certified dementia practitioner, and she is also certified in Alzheimer’s care by both the Alzheimer’s Association and the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America.

 

She is a member of the Gallatin Mayor’s Senior Council. She also currently serves as vice president of legislative affairs for the Tennessee Association of Adult Day Services (TAADS) and is a member of the Adult Day Services Advisory Committee for the Tennessee Department of Human Services.

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