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Minimizing Behaviors for Dementia Patients During Transitions, or Marginalized Populations

Thursday 05/23/2019 04:30 PM - 07:00 PM
Fairmont Care
5061 N. Pulaski Rd., Chicago, IL 60630

Transitions can cause stress or anxiety for many of us, whether it is a move, participating in a new activity or being in an unfamiliar environment. People living with dementia process transitions in a unique way. Stress or anxiety can manifest in problematic behaviors such as verbal or physical outbursts, refusal or anger. Together we will share how can healthcare providers can plan for smooth transitions, minimize confusion and combative behaviors for clients with dementia. Learn new strategies and interventions to support wellness for your clients and team!
Presented by Jacqueline Boyd, BA, BS, CGCM, Owner – The Care Plan

4:30pm – 5:00pm Registration Sign-in
5:00pm -7:00pm Presentation
Dinner will be served

This program awards 2.0 CEU credits to Illinois nurses, professional counselors and social workers. License number required

A $10.00 fee payable to Elderwerks Educational Services, a 501C3 not-for-profit corporation, PO Box 92, Cary, IL 60013, is requested from all registrants prior to this event. Payments are non-refundable. To pay by credit card, an invoice will be emailed after registration.

To register, please email or call 847-462-0885

Fairmont Care
The Care Plan
Elderwerks Educational Services

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