Illinois Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementia Training Requirements as of June, 2019


Illinois Caregiver and Supervisor Continuing Education Mandates for Memory Loss Caregiving

Illinois Alzheimers and Related Dementia's Training requirements as of June, 2019 are the following:

  • 6-Hours Training for Caregivers within the first 60-days of Hire Date
  • 3-Hour Annual Renewal Training for Caregivers
  • 8-Hour Annual Renewal Training for Supervisors

Caregiver Training University account managers simplify the new Illinois Alzheimer's and Dementia Care Training in this video.

Click to watch video above or here: WATCH VIDEO explaining the new Illinois training law for caregivers working with clients with memory loss and explaining both the requirements for new caregivers, current caregivers and supervisors.

Dementia care training videos and editorial content assist caregivers to learn how to both identify and care for seniors experiencing memory loss and Alzheimer's Disease.

Illinois Caregivers may take the training course online with Caregiverlist's training, with all of the topics following the new state mandate.

Senior care companies may train their caregivers and receive free marketing tools, with a subscription to the Caregiverlist Learning Management System.

As the only caregiver training created just for caregivers working in the home and by senior care professionals, you will enjoy the unique tools (and pricing) that only Caregiver Training University offers.

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