WEBINAR: Your Staff’s Role In Quality Dementia Care


Practical Principals for Quality Dementia Care in Long Term Care Communities

Date: Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Webinar time: 12:00PM – 1:00PM Central

1.0 CE for CEU credit for both nurses (AANAC) and administrators (NCERS/NAB)

On a regular basis, seniors with dementia are presenting a vast array of behaviors and personality traits that have unveiled the reality that there are many different types of dementia. These include Alzheimer’s Disease, Vascular Dementia, Lewy Body Dementia and others. It is imperative that staff stay trained and roles are defined in order to care for these diverse residents in a safe and comprehensive way.

One of the main factors is staff and their role as a distinct and important determinant of quality dementia care. As part of this webinar, we will review the steps that need to be taken in terms of staff, staff training, supportive work environment and family engagement. Once staff is onboard, effective and proven programs for quality dementia care will need to be developed. We will discuss the parameters of these programs and ways to make them successful.

Do you know…

  • the latest proven approaches and best practices that constitute an effective quality dementia care program?
  • what works and doesn’t work?
  • why communication, teamwork and on-going evaluations are key to the success of your program?
  • how to overcome the challenging behavior and communication issues between residents and staff?

Please join Dr. Jim Wooddell –

CEO of Dominion Enterprises as he shares his expertise with us and reviews ways that we can better care for Dementia Residents through improved staff training.

Please forward this invitation to others within your community involved within the care of dementia residents.

CLICK HERE » to register.

CLICK HERE » to download participation instructions.

Call Brenda Brinka at 708-710-3003 or email brenda.b@mmprx.com to learn how MMP can help your community succeed and grow.

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