Seniors: Dealing With Dementia & Alzheimer's takes on a very common challenge faced by many Canadians. This course is divided into the following 5 sections:
- The Medical Side of Dementia & Alzheimer's
- Planning for the Inevitable
- Being Ready: Documentation
- Insurance Options
- Additional Resources for Canadians
In order to receive CE credits, you will need to receive a mark of 12 out of 20 or higher on the quiz. This course qualifies for the following continuing education (CE) credits:
AIC A&S: 5.0 hours.
AIC Life: 5.0 hours.
FP Canada: 5.5 hours (Financial Planning Category).
IAFE: 8.0 hours accredited by The Institute, including 1.0 hour which is ethics related.
ICM: 3.0 hours.
ICS: 8.0 hours.
IIROC Cycle 9: PD Category, 4.5 hours.
MFDA: 5.5 hour - Business Conduct, Other.
*CPA: 5.0 hour (recommended in all provinces and territories).
*More information about continuing education requirements is available here.