Wednesday, May 24, 2017
K. E. White Graduate Center
1704 Weeksville Road
Elizabeth City, NC
This conference will enable health care professionals integrate what is known about brain function and the changes that happen with dementia with person-centered therapeutic approaches to foster positive outcomes. Content will focus on normal aging changes, forgetfulness and depression versus Alzheimer’s and related dementias; lost and preserved skills in all areas of brain function from initial symptoms of dementia to end of life; the value of connecting to an individual using multi-model, ability-sensitive supportive and validating communication techniques; the latest on dementia screening and assessment; and how to enhance mobility and reduce fall risks.
Registration Information: Pre-registration is required to assure space in this program. The registration fee includes program materials, breaks, lunch and credit.
Registration Fee Health Professionals (received by May 10, 2017) $65.00
Health Professionals (received after May 10, 2017) $80.00
Law Enforcement/First Responder (received prior to May 10, 2017) $40.00
Law Enforcement / First Responder (received after May 10, 2017) $55.00
Register online or for further information, contact Eastern AHEC Elizabeth City Office (252)-335-4399