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Estimated Length: 1 hour(s) and 30 minute(s)


This 1.5 hour course will discuss ways your organization and clinicians can improve the care of dementia patients in the community setting. Debra Cherry, BA, MA, PhD, Executive Vice President of Alzheimer’s Greater Los Angeles, will share how to use components from a Dementia Cal MediConnect Project that her organization found to be successful. She will discuss indicators, barriers, and strategies to improve the dementia care provided by your organization. This course is appropriate for leadership and healthcare clinicians.

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To be eligible for the nursing continuing education credit(s), the learner must complete each portion of this educational course. The continuing education credits are valid for this course from: 10/19/17 – 10/19/19.

All of the following educational activities must be completed: 

  • Watch a webinar (60 min)
  • Complete a post-test and an evaluation (30 min)

This educational course resolved any conflicts of interest from the planners, presenters, faculty, authors, and content reviewers.    

This course has 1.5 CEs for Nursing (ANCC) and Social Workers (NASW).  A certificate will be provided for all other disciplines that some states or national organizations will accept (please check with your state and associations).

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After completing this course, the learner will be able to:

  • Identify two key indicators of a dementia-capable system.
  • Describe why community partnerships are beneficial for successful dementia-capable systems of healthcare.
  • Identify two ideas to begin to improve clinical training to care for patients/families with dementia.   


  1. Creating Dementia-Capable Systems of Health Care (Online Lesson)
  2. Creating Dementia-Capable Systems of Health Care Evaluation (Online Lesson)


  1. Creating Dementia-Capable Systems of Health Care
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