Caregiver Training & Education
Less than 10% of caregivers know how to care for their loved one. The good news is that a diagnosis of dementia doesn’t have to destroy your family. The Broyles Foundation provides family caregivers with training in many areas, including:
- Daily care
- Caring for the caregiver
- Multigenerational care
- Family dynamics
The Broyles Foundation is nationally recognized as experts on Alzheimer’s caregiving. Our team is certified to provide Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) for professional caregivers on a number of topics, including:
- Understanding Alzheimer’s
- Creative communication
- Transition of care
- Handling unwanted behaviors
Alzheimer’s Disease costs American businesses $61 billion dollars a year in health care expenses and lost productivity due to caregiver absenteeism. The Broyles Foundation can help.
For Your Employees
The Broyles Foundation partners with businesses to provide in-house resources, training, education and counseling for employees dealing with caregiving situations.
For Your Customers
Our one-hour course helps your staff respond warmly and effectively when serving customers who are living with dementia.
Become “Dementia Friendly”
By partnering with us to provide support and education to your employees, you can become certified by the Broyles Foundation as a dementia friendly business.
Topics of Discussion
Whether individually or with a group, we can speak to these and many other topics related to Alzheimer’s caregiving.
How to Care for Someone on a Day-to-Day Basis
Creative Communication: The Key Factor
Taking Care of the Caregiver
Easy ways to Improve your Quality of Life
How Alzheimer’s Effects all Three Generations
Communication with Youth Perspective
Helpful Hints to Keeping Patients Calm
Getting the Family Involved
Communication with Families
Thinking Backwards: Understanding the Disease
Surviving the Holidays as a Caregiver
You have to know your opponent.Frank Broyles
We Are Available to Help
If you would like someone to speak with your group, organization or support group, please request a speaker.
Dementia Friendly Partners