I am an Alzheimer's & Dementia Educator. I own Serenity Alzheimer's & Dementia Training LLC. I have been giving care for over 16+ years for Alzheimer's and Dementia. I have gained most of my experience from caring for my granny, who resided at home with my family & myself. Once I moved out, I dedicated myself to caring for her every day until she died!
This exposure gave me all the hands-on experience I needed. I found out I love working with the elderly & being a caregiver. I have worked in every professional environment available.
My mission is to give you "peace of mind." I want to offer my wisdom and experience to caregivers, families, and health professionals who need to be educated about Alzheimer's/Dementia. Soon professional caregivers will be able to gain certification as National Alzheimer's Caregiver.
I offer free training and education in the Serenity Alzheimer's Group and on the Facebook Business Page. The paid training can be found here on the website under the course tab. I give the first Dementia consultation free (go to the Serenity Alzheimer's Facebook to book) I will reach you to approve by messenger. After this, all other sessions will be paid sessions found here on the Shop/Consultation tab. Once you have paid, go to the Serenity Alzheimer's Facebook Business Page to book. THERE IS NO PHYSICAL LOCATION FOR SERVICES. THIS IS A ONLINE BUSINESS FOR CLIENTS. Soon I will be open to healthcare facilities and home care agencies for teaching.
I want my students to feel equipped in the line of healthcare and to understand the Alzheimer's/Dementia client/patient. Lastly, to empathize with the client/patient and their families.
Thank you for entrusting Serenity Azheimer's & Dementia Training LLC for giving you a "peace of mind."
These facts will give you basic information about Alzheimer's and Dementia. You will discover the differences. Just a little trivia to get your mind going.
Dementia/ Alzheimer's is a cruel disease that takes the lives of many elderly daily. Don't let Dementia and Alzheimer's fool you. It doesn't just shop up in elderly patients but young adults as well.
The Mayo Clinic says that a whopping 95-percent of Alzheimer’s patients are aged 65-or older (that’s based on its assertion that only 5-percent of patients develop what is known as early-onset Alzheimer’s before age 65).
However, some other diseases that can develop earlier in life can lead to dementia, so symptoms can show up in middle age.
MORE THAN 6 MILLION AMERICANS ARE LIVING WITH ALZHEIMER'S. BY 2050, THIS NUMBER IS PROJECTED TO RISE TO NEARLY 13 MILLION.
IN THE UNITED STATES, ALZHEIMER’S AND DEMENTIA DEATHS HAVE INCREASED 16% DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC.
1 IN 3 SENIORS DIES WITH ALZHEIMER'S OR ANOTHER DEMENTIA. IT KILLS MORE THAN BREAST CANCER AND PROSTATE CANCER COMBINED.
ONLY 53% OF BLACK AMERICANS TRUST THAT A FUTURE CURE FOR ALZHEIMER’S WILL BE SHARED EQUALLY REGARDLESS OF RACE, COLOR OR ETHNICITY.
3 IN 10 HISPANICS DO NOT BELIEVE THEY WILL LIVE LONG ENOUGH TO DEVELOP DEMENTIA.
BETWEEN 2000 AND 2019, DEATHS FROM HEART DISEASE HAVE DECREASED 7.3% WHILE DEATHS FROM ALZHEIMER'S HAVE INCREASED 145%
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