Alzheimer's Arkansas Programs and Services Supporting Arkansas Families since 1984
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81.1% of our income is spent on programs and services to support Arkansas families

OUR VISION is a world in which all persons affected by Alzheimer’s disease have the services that they need.

OUR MISSION is to provide the information and support needed so that all Arkansans affected by Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias are able to live with dignity and comfort until a cure is found.

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201 Markham Center Drive
Little Rock, AR 72205-1409
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Educational Programs - Presentations and In-Service Training for Professional Caregivers

The presentations are listed in categories, but most are interchangeable and will appeal to a variety of audiences. The topics may also be combined. Each presentation is one-hour in length, but the content may be shortened or expanded as needed. Presenters are Alzheimer’s Arkansas staff members.

Presentations to family caregivers, the general public, and non-profit organizations are free. However, attendees who want Continuing Education Credit (CEUs) must each pay $10.00 per hour.

CEUs are available only for presentations lasting one-hour or more. Participants must sign in and complete the evaluation form.

In-service training for direct service staff in for-profit in-home care agencies, day care centers, nursing homes, assisted living residences and other organizations cost $50.00 per hour (or any part of an hour), plus mileage. $50.00 plus mileage is the minimum charge.

For information contact Priscilla Pittman, Program Director, Alzheimer’s Arkansas


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