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Upcoming Events (view description & register)

A new partnership between CPI/Dementia Care Specialists and the Alzheimer’s Association Illinois Chapter.

CPI’sDementia Capable Caretraining program, delivered by Dementia Care Specialists, integrates three primary frameworks. These frameworks are used to develop proactive, abilities-focused care/service plans and helps interdisciplinary teams problem solve and make decisions. The program yields excellent client results, such as improving levels of independence and facilitating activity engagement, and helps contain costs associated with staff turnover and enhanced revenue through reimbursable therapy services.

To learn more about this program, or to register,click here. Be sure to use the promo codeAA-GICREGon the promotion field at checkout. Note that group pricing is available for 3 or more attendees from the same organization; group pricing can only be done via telephone registration: 800.558.8976. Again, be sure to use the promotional codeAA-GICREG.Note that pre-registration for all programs is required.



Do you provide care for someone with dementia or Alzheimer’s?

The Alzheimer’s Association® essentiALZ™ certification program is a convenient way for individuals to be recognized for learning quality dementia care practices.

The essentiALZ program combines select HealthCare Interactive® CARES® online dementia care training with Alzheimer’s Association® online certification exams. The essentiALZ program was developed to recognize the knowledge of any caregiver who fulfills the certification requirements, regardless of whether they are paid or unpaid for their care of people with dementia.

Both family members and professional care providers can benefit from this program.


Alzheimer's Association

Our vision is a world without Alzheimer's
Formed in 1980, the Alzheimer's Association is the world's leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care, support and research.