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                            ABOUT MODULE 4
		LEARNING OBJECTIVES
		COMPETENCIES
	LAYOUT OF MODULE 4 FACULTY GUIDE
		HOW TO USE THE MATERIALS
	STUDENT ENGAGEMENT OPTIONS
		DISCUSSION QUESTIONS
		LEARNING ACTIVITIES
		ADDITIONAL READING
	SLIDE GUIDE
		SLIDE 1:
			TALKING POINTS:
	SLIDE 2:
		Learning Objectives
			TALKING POINTS:
	SLIDE 3:
		Competencies
			TALKING POINTS: (this slide can be edited as needed or removed)
	SLIDE 4:
		Competencies Cont.
			TALKING POINTS: (this slide can be edited as needed or removed)
			National Association of Chronic Disease Directors (NACDD):
	SLIDE 5:
		Introduction: Dementia & Alzheimer’s Disease
			TALKING POINTS:
	SLIDE 6:
		Alzheimer’s: A Larger Context
			TALKING POINTS:
	SLIDE 7:
		Dementia Capable Systems , ,
			TALKING POINTS:
	SLIDE 8:
		Dementia Capable: Public Health
			TALKING POINTS:
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		PUBLIC HEALTH RESEARCH
			TALKING POINTS:
	SLIDE 10:
		Discussion Questions
			TALKING POINTS:
	SLIDE 11:
		Public Health Research & Translation
			TALKING POINTS:
	SLIDE 12:
		Discussion Question
			TALKING POINTS:
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		Public Health Research & Translation ,
			TALKING POINTS:
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		SUPPORT SERVICES & PROGRAMS
			TALKING POINTS:
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		Discussion Question
			TALKING POINTS:
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		Support Services: Alzheimer’s ,
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		Support Services: Caregivers
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		Examples of Evidence-based Programs
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		Discussion Question
			TALKING POINTS:
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		Public Health: Support Services
			TALKING POINTS:
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		Support Services: Partnerships
			TALKING POINTS:
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		WORKFORCE TRAINING
			TALKING POINTS:
	SLIDE 23:
		Workforce Training
			TALKING POINTS:
	SLIDE 24:
		Discussion Question
			TALKING POINTS:
	SLIDE 25:
		Workforce Training: Health Care & Direct Care
			TALKING POINTS:
	SLIDE 26:
		Discussion Question
			TALKING POINTS:
	SLIDE 27:
		Workforce Training: Public Health
			TALKING POINTS:
	SLIDE 28:
		Discussion Question
			TALKING POINTS:
	SLIDE 29:
		Workforce Training: First Responders
			TALKING POINTS:
	SLIDE 30:
		Workforce Training: Other Professions
			TALKING POINTS:
	SLIDE 31:
		DEMENTIA FRIENDLY COMMUNITIES
		TALKING POINTS:
	SLIDE 32:
		Discussion Questions
		TALKING POINTS:
			Video supplement: Alzheimer’s Society (UK) (3:35 minutes)
	SLIDE 33:
		Dementia Friendly Communities ,
			TALKING POINTS:
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		Dementia Friendly Communities
			TALKING POINTS:
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		Dementia Friendly: Middleton, WI ,
			TALKING POINTS:
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		Dementia Friendly: ACT on Alzheimer’s
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		Dementia Friendly America (DFA)
			TALKING POINTS:
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		Dementia Friendly Tempe
			Video supplement: Video highlighting Tempe’s Initiative (5:06 minutes)
	SLIDE 39:
		Conclusion: Dementia Capable and Dementia Friendly
			TALKING POINTS:
	SLIDE 40:
		For More Information
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Document Text Contents
Page 1

A PUBLIC HEALTH APPROACH
TO ALZHEIMER’S AND OTHER DEMENTIAS

MODULE 4:

DEMENTIA CAPABLE SYSTEMS AND DEMENTIA
FRIENDLY COMMUNITIES

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Table of Contents


About Module 4………………………………………………………………………………………………………..3

Learning Objectives…………………………………………………………………………………………………..3

Competencies…………………………………………………………………………………………………………...4

Layout of Module 4 Faculty Guide….………………………………………………………………………...5

How to Use the Materials………………………………………………………………………………………….5

Student Engagement Options…………………………………………………………………………………...6

Discussion Questions………………………………………………………………………………………………...6

Learning Activities……………………………………………………………………………………………………..6

Additional Reading…………………………………………………………………………………………………….7

Slide Guide………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..8

PowerPoint Slides…………………………………………………………………………………………………...64

Sample Test Questions………………………………………………………………………………………...….84

Selected Case Studies-Module 4………………………………………………………………………….....85

Alzheimer’s Disease Video Resources……………………………………………………………………100

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Dementia Friendly America (DFA)27

 Raising awareness about dementia

 Having supportive options that foster quality
of life

 Supporting caregivers and families

 Meaningful participation in community life

 Reaching the underserved



TALKING POINTS:

The Dementia Friendly America (DFA) initiative is a national
effort to equip all sectors of the community to support people
with dementia and their caregivers and family.

The focus of DFA includes:

 Raising awareness about dementia and transforming
attitudes and understanding of the conditions

 Having supportive options that foster quality of life on
a community level

 Supporting caregivers and families

 Promoting meaningful participation in the community
by people with dementia and their caregivers

 Reaching those in the community who are
underserved

DFA is modeled after the community process developed by
Minnesota’s ACT on Alzheimer’s. They provide a “Dementia
Friendly Toolkit”, sector specific guides, healthcare provider
practice tools, and training videos for their partner
communities to utilize as those communities work to become
dementia-friendly. In 2015, 7 communities launched DFA’s


27 Dementia Friendly America press release, Dementia Friendly America
Initiative Launches in Communities Across the U.S., from Maryland to
California, July 13, 2015.

Image source: Dementia Friendly America

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initiative, and another 80 communities across 30 states are
looking to join them in 2016.



Visit: http://www.dfamerica.org for more information

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11) “Dining with Friends: an Innovative Approach to Dining for People
with Dementia,” Alzheimer’s Resource Center of Connecticut, Inc &Terra
Nova Films (2012).

 Video Link: http://terranova.org/film-catalog/dining-with-friends-an-innovative-

approach-to-dining-for-people-with-dementia/

 Run Time: 20:00 minutes

 Key Terms: caregiver burden, dining, connections, communication,

independence, modified food choices

 Purchase Price: $99.00

Description:
Dining with Friends emphasizes how to optimize the dining environment for a
dignified experience including the importance of establishing connections between
staff and people with dementia, understanding the stages of Alzheimer's disease,
how caregivers may develop effective ways to communicate and support
independence, and how to easily prepare modified food choices that appetizing and
nutritious.



12) “Whose Death Is It Anyways?” Christopher Lukas (2011).

 Video Link: https://www.amazon.com/Whose-Death-Anyway-Nancy-

Snyderman/dp/B004TH7BZW?ie=UTF8&keywords=Whose%20death%20is%20it

%20anyway%20DVD&qid=1429010157&ref_=sr_1_2&sr=8-2

 Run Time: 56:00 minutes

 Key Terms: end of life care, legal rights, family conflicts, advance directives,

palliative comfort care, hospice care, death

 Purchase Price:

o Amazon Video $19.95

o Purchase DVD $39.95-69.95

Description:

A studio audience hosted by Nancy Snyderman, physician and Chief Medical Editor
for NBC News, with a live audience including people who have had to make end-of-
life decisions. The program examines patients’ legal rights, family conflicts about
end-of-life care, advance directives, palliative care, and dying at home, in the
hospital, or with hospice care.



13) “More than Words: A New Culture of Care and Communication with

Persons Who Have Dementia,” Terra Nova Films (2011).

 Video Link: http://terranova.org/film-catalog/more-than-words/

 Run Time: 25:00 minutes

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http://terranova.org/film-catalog/dining-with-friends-an-innovative-approach-to-dining-for-people-with-dementia/
http://terranova.org/film-catalog/dining-with-friends-an-innovative-approach-to-dining-for-people-with-dementia/
https://www.amazon.com/Whose-Death-Anyway-Nancy-Snyderman/dp/B004TH7BZW?ie=UTF8&keywords=Whose%20death%20is%20it%20anyway%20DVD&qid=1429010157&ref_=sr_1_2&sr=8-2
https://www.amazon.com/Whose-Death-Anyway-Nancy-Snyderman/dp/B004TH7BZW?ie=UTF8&keywords=Whose%20death%20is%20it%20anyway%20DVD&qid=1429010157&ref_=sr_1_2&sr=8-2
https://www.amazon.com/Whose-Death-Anyway-Nancy-Snyderman/dp/B004TH7BZW?ie=UTF8&keywords=Whose%20death%20is%20it%20anyway%20DVD&qid=1429010157&ref_=sr_1_2&sr=8-2
http://terranova.org/film-catalog/more-than-words/

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 Key Terms: person centered care, communication

 Purchase Price:

o Watch On-Demand 24 hours $19.95

o Watch On-Demand 2 weeks $45.00

o Rent DVD $59.00

o Purchase DVD $179.00

Description:
More Than Words demonstrates how person-centered care and knowledge of
residents can reduce dementia related symptoms, such as sundowning, aggressive
reactions when bathing, and wanting to leave. Shows valuable tips to redirect and
lessen anxieties for persons with dementia while preserving their personal
autonomy and dignity. Topics covered include building and maintaining a
relationship, dealing with difficult situations, communicating to show respect,
accepting their realities, respecting the person’s preferences, and encouraging use
of remaining abilities.





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