Upcoming Help My Senior Events
SPECIAL EVENT FOR FIRST RESPONDERS ONLY - FREE
Overcoming Challenging Situations in Emergency Services for those Living with Dementia
Beth A. Nolan, Ph.D.
This is a special event for EMT's, Law Enforcement Personnel, Fire Fighters, Dispatchers, Hospital Security Officers
Location: CITY OF GLENDALE, Regional Public Safety Training Center
October 11th 2018
02:00 pm - 05:00 pm
The ability of emergency personnel to recognize the symptoms of dementia and knowing how to reduce the stress response is critical to a safe, successful outcome to an encounter. This session teaches EMTs, law enforcement personnel, fire fighters, dispatchers and hospital security officers.
Alzheimer’s Disease & Dementia Care Seminar for the Certified Dementia Practitioner Certification
Location: Mariposa Point at Algodon Center
October 18th 2018
07:30am - 05:30pm
This Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Care Seminar led by an approved NCCDP Instructor will help sharpen the skills of those who qualify and meet the requirements of CDP Certification. It is important to note: although this seminar is open for all to attend, not everyone will qualify for CDP Certification. For more information on CDP Certification please visit: https://www.nccdp.org/tracks.htm.
Best Practices in Dementia Care Learning to Give Care Without the Fight
Teepa Snow MS, OTR/L, FAOTA
Location: Glencroft Senior Living
November 2nd 2018
08:00 am - 04:00 pm
This in-depth intensive workshop will help learners use effective strategies for helping people with dementia during interactions, care delivery, and daily engagement.
Naomi Feil, M.S., A.C.S.W
November 8, 2019
Join Naomi Feil, M.S., A.C.S.W., noted author, teacher and lecturer as she shares simple validation techniques to support elderly persons with Alzheimer's-type Dementia. The process is a compassionate and effective approach to supporting disoriented people. This workshop is designed for health and human service workers, families and volunteers who want to learn how to communicate with persons with Alzheimer’s-type dementia. This technique is good for ANYONE!