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eLearning Course Catalog

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Cognitive Health Assessment Training (1.5 CE/CME/MOC) The cognitive health assessment (CHA) is a dementia screening approach intended to be conducted in older adult patients whenever a cognitive screen is indicated. Dementia Care aware offers a training on the assessment to empower primary care providers and their teams to better detect dementia in their patients. This training covers a dementia overview and the significance of screening, screening tools, and resources for implementing the cognitive health assessment.

The Cognitive Health Assessment for Team Members (.5 CE/CME/MOC)
This module describes the benefits of the CHA to the patient and practice.

Telehealth and the CHA (.5 CE/CME/MOC)
This module focuses on how to conduct the Mini-Cog or GP-COG with a patient over the computer.

Dementia Mini-Course
The Dementia Mini-Course is a good option for providers seeking a deeper understanding of comprehensive dementia care. Through online video modules, participants will learn evidence-based approaches for diagnosing dementia, managing symptoms, supporting patients and caregivers, and considering important factors like comorbidities and cultural diversity. Learners can pick and choose from a variety of topics to enhance their skills in dementia care and earn free CME credits. Enroll today by clicking sign up on the top right hand corner!

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Reinforce your learnings with additional self-paced trainings! Each offer FREE .5 CE/CME/MOC.

Tips for Adapting the Cognitive Health Assessment

This module focuses on ways to explain some barriers that can prevent conducting the CHA for a patient.

Next Steps After a Positive Health Assessment

This module describes the components of a brain health plan. Describes steps a provider can take to identify causes and contributors to a patient’s cognitive symptoms.

Advance Care Planning

This module defines advance care planning. Identifies the purpose of advance care planning, and defines the three kinds of legal decision supporters a patient commonly needs.

Assessing and Connecting with the Care Partner

This module describes the benefits of the CHA to the patient and practice.

Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to common questions regarding Dementia Care Aware and the Cognitive Health Assessment (CHA).

Program Materials

Get more information about Dementia Care Aware program offerings, including supplementary materials for the eLearning course.

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Equip your practice with the knowledge and resources to screen patients and make care plans.