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Sixth Annual McHenry Dementia Conference

Wednesday 10/16/2019 07:15 AM - 04:30 PM

This educational conference is designed to provide knowledge and insight to professionals working in the healthcare field regarding dementia topics such as how to use therapeutic services with patients and clients, understanding their legal needs, managing client fears about dementia and information about the new Dementia Plus program.

7:15 am Registration and Breakfast
8:15 am Welcome and Intro
8:30 am Global Innovation: Thriving with Dementia, Benjamin Surmi
10:00 am Morning Break
10:15 am Managing Client Fears about Aging: A Legal Point of View, Marilyn Rowley
11:45am Lunch, Resource Booths & Door Prizes
12:45 pm Managing Client Fears about Aging: A Therapeutic Point of View
Patricia Stern, MSW, LCSW, MBA, PMP, CSM
2:15 pm Dessert Break
2:30 pm Elderwerks Dementia Plus, Christine Petrick
4:00 pm Conference Wrap-Up, Evaluations

Only $75 per person
Includes 6 Continuing Education Clock Hours for RN, LPN, NHA, LPC/LCPC & Social Workers

Seating is Limited, RSVP Today!

Events@Elderwerks.org or 847-462-0885
For further information and a copy of the application, go to:
https://www.elderwerks.org/fg/content/news-article/6th-annual-mchenry-dementia-conference-101619-fb1e4759-0450-4a8d-9721-292b3ba5a539-1.aspx

Sponsored by
Elderwerks Educational Services
Transitions Hospice


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