consumer-based webinar on May 16, 3:30 P.M. EST on behalf of the
National Private Duty Association (NPDA).
Capacity is limited. Reserve your Webinar seat now here.
Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias (ADRD) cause grief for families and increasingly complex cases for home care agencies. The Alzheimer's Association and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts have developed an innovative new program to train family and caregivers in the use of Habilitation Therapy to reduce the care challenges in these difficult cases. Come learn about best practices in the industry as we face this growing challenge.
Bios of Presenters
Dr. Deborah Bier has been certified to train dementia caregivers and coach dementia families in Habilitation Therapy -- an approach recommended by the Alzheimer's Association that serves as the basis of a cutting-edge program recently developed by the Alzheimer's Association of Massachusetts and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. As District Director of Caring Companion Home Care, Dr Bier was in the first class certified in this new program. She has a 25-year career as a counselor and agency director helping multi-generational families apply wellness approaches to managing chronic illness.
Jim Reynolds, CEO of Caring Companion Home Care outside Boston MA, has established CCHC as a leader in developing innovative technology and care solutions applied to elder care. CCHC has been praised for their unique proprietary family communications platform as well as its focus on wellness and use of Habilitation Therapy to care for ADRD clients.
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