Annual "Beverly A. Chiron" Education Symposium - June 8th, 2010 at Hartville Kitchen
You will not want to miss this one!
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Length: One day, 8:30 - 4:45 Registration begins at 8:00a.m.
Cost: Rates include breakfast and lunch.
$99/person needing CE's
Direct Care Staff, Family Caregivers, Clergy, Non-CE's:
**Group rates available, Call for details.
CE's Approved: Nurses, Activity, LNHA, Social Work, Occupational Therapists, Marriage and Family Therapists
Registration: Please call 1-800-272-3900 or email [email protected]
Sponsorship Opportunities Available: Please call 800-272-3900
If you are a professional in the healthcare field or a caregiver of someone with Alzheimer's or related dementia, this symposum is for you. The program is designed to provide an update on current medical and psychosocial treatments for Alzheimer's disease and its symptoms. The focus will be on the aging and elderly population in respect to persons with dementia and their caregivers and family members; participants will learn how a dementia-related illness can impact the entire family unit and ways to cope to have the maximum benefit for all involved in the care plan. In addition, current research for diagnosis and treatment of Alzheimer's disease and dementia will be reviewed. Recommendations will be given for best care practices for nursing staff, social workers, and administrators in a care facility.
Call 800-272-3900 to register or be added to the mailing list for future events.
Who Should Attend
Professionals in the Long-term Care Continuum - Nurses, Social Workers, Administrators, Activity Professionals (we will be offering CEs for these professionals) and all related staff who want to learn more and network with others in the field.
Hospital and Acute Care Center Staff - Key group serving persons throughout all ages and stages of dementia.
Direct Care Workers (Aides, Activity Aids, STNAs) - direct care workers will receive a certificate of attendance.
Family Caregivers, Clergy, Community Members - Our conference is also designed for people who work with seniors who may have dementia but don’t see themselves as “dementia experts.”