Our comprehensive toolkit provides simple but powerful information needed by law enforcement and other first responders to become:
- Dementia Knowledgeable
- Dementia Sensitive
- Dementia Responsive
M4A is proud to make this resource available for download on our website. M4A provides a 2 hour CEU training program which is available at no cost. Upon completion of the training, local law enforcement and first responders will be officially designated as a “dementia friendly department”. M4A will provide certificates, posters, and stickers to promote this official designation across local communities.
Contact Robyn James at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a group training event or to get more information on our Dementia Friendly initiative.
A short video portraying a good dementia-friendly response by law enforcement.
Watch the video of the training in action here: Aging Sensitivity Exercise
Shelby County Sheriff’s office receives the first dementia-friendly designation in Alabama.
BLOUNTSVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT TRAINING AND OFFICIAL DESIGNATION.
Watch the Live ABC 3340 News Story Here: http://abc3340.com/news/abc-3340-news-iteam/police-officers-trained-in-dementia-friendly-programs
Read the ABC 3340 news story here: http://abc3340.com/news/abc-3340-news-iteam/police-officers-trained-in-dementia-friendly-programs
PELHAM FIRE AND POLICE DEPARTMENT TRAINING
The Alabaster Fire and Police Departments have each obtained certification as a “dementia-friendly-department.”
The City of Bessemer partnered with M4A to complete week-long Dementia Friendly Training