National Certification Board for Alzheimer & Aging Care Offers New Online Training for Caregivers | New


CHICAGO, 28 October 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – The National Certification Board for Alzheimer & Aging Care (NCBAC â„¢) provides a benchmark of basic skills and knowledge for those providing dementia care and training. In addition to online training and certifications for caregivers, educators and resettlement specialists, NCBAC now offers online training and electronic badges in infection control, safety and geriatrics.

Guarding Against Disease and Infection – A Primer for Caregivers is a five-hour online course that addresses the reality of a global pandemic and the corresponding heightened awareness of preventing the spread of infectious diseases in everyday life. Preventing the spread of infection is especially important for caregivers, whether they are caring for a family member, performing private duties, acting as employees of a home care agency, or work in a nursing home or assisted living facility. Infection control is even more important when caring for the elderly, as this age group is generally more susceptible to infections.

Senior Safety – A Primer for Caregivers is a 10 hour online course that addresses issues related to senior safety. Course modules include aging and its effects on safety, safety in the care environment, safe infection control, medication, fall prevention and the safe movement of the elderly, safety in relation to dementia problems: restlessness, wandering, sunset and abuse and neglect.

Geriatrics – A Primer for Caregivers explores concepts about aging and subsequent changes to the body’s physical systems and the implications for healthcare. Understanding the major physical health issues common to the elderly population and the care provided is crucial in this area of ​​specialist geriatric care. Two additional special modules are presented. One deals with the mental health and behavioral changes of seniors and the care provided by nursing assistants. The second is a special module on the use of medicines in the elderly. This in-depth training prepares caregivers for certification in geriatrics.

The National Certification Board for Alzheimer & Aging Care (NCBAC â„¢) is a certification body of the Allied Health Care Council, which confers three national credentials and maintains a Registry of Certified Alzheimer â„¢ Caregivers (CAC â„¢); Certified Alzheimer â„¢ educator (CAEd â„¢); and Certified Relocation and Transition Specialist (CRTStm). It offers national certification programs that promote the public good by providing accreditation and registry services to people who care for people with Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders as well as those who help. seniors to make the transition by downsizing, aging in place or moving. NCBAC also provides support and educational resources in addition to recognition and recognition to those who dedicate their lives to caring for others. For more information visit

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