Berkeley County EMS Completes First Responders Dementia Training!
|Posted by Mfloyd on October 7, 2013 at 9:05 PM|
Marianne Warren, one of our Dementia training specialists, played a major role in educating over 100 Berkeley County EMS workers throughout the week. Presenting Dementia Training for First Responders, Marianne highlighted ways to recognize a person affected by dementia and ways to handle them on a call. Over a course of three days, responders also shared their many interactions with dementia residents in the Moncks Corner area and beyond.
Agape Senior is a leader in educating people throughout the state on senior care issues. Specializing in Dementia Training, Agape Hospice of the Lowcountry, as well as Agape Senior-which covers the entire state, are available to make presentations to emergency workers, facility staff members, church groups and the general public. For more information or to schedule a Dementia Training Seminar, please call 843-553-7122 in the Charleston are (Charleston, Berkeley and Dorchester counties) or 1-800-411-2427. For further information about Agape Senior and all of our entities throughout the state of South Carolina, please visit www.agapesenior.com.
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