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Home >> Training, Jobs & InternshipsSPECIAL EVENTS
 

Training, Jobs & Internships

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Training Calendar & Special Events

This workshop is ongoing and offered throughout Los Angeles County:

Creating a partnership with your doctor when the diagnosis is Alzheimer's disease or a related illness.
Free Caregiver's Workshop offered by the Alzheimer's Association  in partnership with the Department of Health Services.

If you are providing care for someone with Alzheimer's disease or a related illness, you know that there are many challenges to face.  Getting the best health care for your loved one can be one of the most frustrating of these challenges.  There are so many questions to ask, so many things to learn.  It's easy to get overwhelmed.
One of the best ways to get good, accurate information is to ask your doctor.  However, a recent Alzheimer's Association nationwide survey found that the caregivers of family members with Alzheimer's disease are not receiving all the information they want from primary care doctors, even though doctors believe that they are meeting caregivers' needs.
"A Caregiver's Workshop" helps caregivers understand what good health care is and how to develop a partnership with their loved one's doctor to get the best care possible. 
This workshop is designed for non-professionals who are providing care for someone with Alzheimer's disease or a related illness.
You will receive:
* A Working With Your Doctor brochure with helpful information on diagnosis, examples of questions to ask the doctor, contact information for community resources, and more.
* Easy to use worksheets that will help you keep track of your loved one's behaviors, medications, and your concerns and questions between doctor visits.
* Confidence building strategies on how you can work with the doctor to build a partnership that will help your loved one receive the best possible health care.
To register or get information about a free workshop near you, contact Stacey Skala at (323) 938-3379 x 258.
Email: Stacey.Skala@alz.org   Up arrow to top of page

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bulletLeonard Davis School of Gerontology
Downtown USC
bulletAndrus Gerontology Library
Downtown USC
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Academic Geriatric Resource Center

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California Geriatric Education Center

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Cal State University Los Angeles
Edward Roybal Institute for Applied Gerontology

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Chaffey College Gerontology courses
From the California Registry Website
The college is located near Ontario Airport and offers a large choice of courses.

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Cal State Dominguez Hills Gerontology
Carson

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Cal State Fullerton (CSUF) Gerontology Programs

bulletHomecare Workers Training Center
Constance Cheney, Education Director
2515 Beverly Boulevard, Suite 200
Los Angeles, CA 90057
(213) 384-1487 Up arrow to top of page

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Bet Tzedek Legal Services
Current job opportunities  Up arrow to top of page

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Los Angeles County, Area Agency on Aging
Senior Community Service Employment Program
Title V of the Older Americans Act
This program is designed to provide and promote useful training opportunities in community service employment for older workers, and assist in the transition of program enrollees to private or other unsubsidized job placements. This program provides a variety of supportive services such as an annual physical examination, personal and job-related counseling, transportation, job training and job referral.

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Westside Center for Independent Living
Features employment services and training for persons with disabilities and seniors.

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For information on the Title V program in the City of Los Angeles, please contact the Department of Aging. Up arrow to top of page

This page was last updated on 07/28/2004 .

 

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