Tuesday, April 2, 2019
NCTRC Job Analysis Code: FKW, ASP, IMP
Fees: $175/PRPS Member $200/Non-Member
Statistics prove that nearly 50% of the residents in long-term care have been diagnosed with Dementia/Alzheimer’s Disease. This number will continue to grow! Upon completion of the seminar, students will have the opportunity to apply to become a Certified Dementia Practitioner (CDP) at a discounted rate of $35! Details will be provided during the seminar.
• Introduction to Dementia: Diagnosis, Prognosis and Treatment
• Communication and Feelings
• Depression and Repetitive Behaviors
• Delusions, Hallucinations, Hoarding and Wandering
• Aggressive Behaviors, Catastrophic Reactions, Intimacy and Sexuality
• Personal Care: Pain, Nutrition, Bathing, Dressing, Toileting, Falls and Sleep Disturbances
• Activities and Recreation
• Staff and Family Support, Abuse and Neglect Prevention
• Diversity and Cultural Competence
• Spiritual Care and End of Life Issues
• Have an understanding of dementia
• Identify common causes of repetitive and sundowning behaviors in adults
• Describe interventions that may be used to prevent or reduce difficult care situations.
• Describe challenges related to caregiver stress and utilize stress reduction techniques
• Learn alternative interventions that are success oriented and failure free
• Receive certificate of attendance in seminar
• Learn how to become a Certified Dementia Practitioner by attending this seminar!
Carrie Chiusano has thirty plus years of long-term care experience with Presbyterian SeniorCare Network. Most of those years were spent helping to shape and implement the internationally renowned Woodside Place philosophy of specialty care for persons living with Alzheimer’s disease and other related dementias. Carrie has championed the Person Centered Care initiative as well as the Dementia Care Specialty initiative for Presbyterian SeniorCare Network to become CARF accredited. Carrie served nine years on the Board of Directors for the Pennsylvania Therapeutic Recreation Society. This knowledge and experience led her to become a mentor, motivator and dynamic catalyst to lead Presbyterian SeniorCare Network’s Dementia Care Center of Excellence.
Tuesday, April 2, 2019 8:30 am - 3:30 pm
Fees: $75/PRPS Member; $85/Non-Member
Fee includes .5 CEUs!
This workshop is designed to bring together elected officials, municipal staff, parks & recreation
professionals, watershed organizations, and other stakeholders to explore how incorporating Green
Infrastructure (GI) into parks, trails and other public amenities creates a variety of user experiences,
reduces flooding and sediment pollution, and improves water quality.
Participants will also learn about regulatory drivers facing local governments, the challenges facing
park systems, discuss case studies, and explore a range of pertinent issues including funding sources,
best practices for constructing and incorporating GI into parks, and management and maintenance of GI
features once they are in place.
Keynote Speaker Richard Dolesh, VP for Strategic Initiatives NRPA will start the day and attendees
will have the opportunity to choose two out of three afternoon educational sessions:
* Leveraging Funding Sources for Park Rehabilitation
* Changing Landscapes of Parks
* Maintenance & Management of Green Infrastructure