At a Glance: Reducing Disability in Alzheimer’s Disease
Check out this 1-page infographic for a quick, top-level overview of Reducing Disability in Alzheimer’s Disease (RDAD), a dementia caregiving program that offers 12 in-person (individual or group) exercise training and education sessions for caregivers and persons living with dementia. It’s focused on gentle exercise for the person with dementia and caregiver training to manage behavioral symptoms and identify pleasant events
RDAD is one of more than 40 dementia caregiving programs found in Best Practice Caregiving.
Feel free to print it out, save for reference or send to a peer or colleague who may be interested learning more about the program. You can find full information, including program components and characteristics, research evidence, sustainability strategies and more at the program’s full profile page at Best Practice Caregiving.
Best Practice Caregiving is a free online database that helps organizations identify, compare and adopt best-fit programs for their clientele and community. Every program is proven, vetted and ready for implementation – plus, many can be delivered remotely and/or are free to adopt. If your organization serves dementia caregivers, check out the database today – no login or account needed!