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Alzheimer's and memory care - Managing Pain in People with Memory Loss
Learn about pain in people suffering from Alzheimer's and how to discover what’s wrong even if the person can’t directly tell you.
Course Objective
After completing this lesson, the student will be able to:  Interpret the non-verbal ways people with memory loss express pain or discomfort; Assess whether someone who cannot verbally communicate is experiencing pain; Utilize the Alzheimer's Association's recommendations for pain management and staff approaches.
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