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2017 NADRC Webinar (8/8/17):
Advance Planning for People with Dementia: Legal Services Voucher Program in Delaware and New Consumer Planning Guides (WebLink)

The Advance Planning for People with Dementia: Legal Services Voucher Program in Delaware and New Consumer Planning Guides webinar focuses on how the Division of Services for Aging and Adults with Physical Disabilities (DSAAPD) developed their legal services voucher program, as well as the legal training seminar for Delaware’s attorneys that took place before program roll-out.

A new series of consumer guides, developed by the National Alzheimer’s and Dementia Resource Center, are also reviewed. These guides cover advance-planning topics and are designed specifically for people with dementia.

Presenters: • Julie P. Miller, Patricia Justice and Stephanie Hughes
Also: legal planning, advance planning, patient rights

Webinar can be accessed at https://youtu.be/GkFFiGBarN0

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Also: Care Transitions: care management, continuity patient care, hospitalization, transition

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2017 NADRC Webinar (8/8/17):
Advance Planning for People with Dementia: Legal Services Voucher Program in Delaware and New Consumer Planning Guides (WebLink)

The Advance Planning for People with Dementia: Legal Services Voucher Program in Delaware and New Consumer Planning Guides webinar focuses on how the Division of Services for Aging and Adults with Physical Disabilities (DSAAPD) developed their legal services voucher program, as well as the legal training seminar for Delaware’s attorneys that took place before program roll-out.

A new series of consumer guides, developed by the National Alzheimer’s and Dementia Resource Center, are also reviewed. These guides cover advance-planning topics and are designed specifically for people with dementia.

Presenters: • Julie P. Miller, Patricia Justice and Stephanie Hughes
Also: legal planning, advance planning, patient rights

Webinar can be accessed at https://youtu.be/GkFFiGBarN0

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Also: Care Transitions: care management, continuity patient care, hospitalization, transition

PDF icon Making_Decisions_3_13_17_FINAL posted 031517.pdf

2017 NADRC Webinar (8/8/17):
Advance Planning for People with Dementia: Legal Services Voucher Program in Delaware and New Consumer Planning Guides (WebLink)

The Advance Planning for People with Dementia: Legal Services Voucher Program in Delaware and New Consumer Planning Guides webinar focuses on how the Division of Services for Aging and Adults with Physical Disabilities (DSAAPD) developed their legal services voucher program, as well as the legal training seminar for Delaware’s attorneys that took place before program roll-out.

A new series of consumer guides, developed by the National Alzheimer’s and Dementia Resource Center, are also reviewed. These guides cover advance-planning topics and are designed specifically for people with dementia.

Presenters: • Julie P. Miller, Patricia Justice and Stephanie Hughes
Also: legal planning, advance planning, patient rights

Webinar can be accessed at https://youtu.be/GkFFiGBarN0

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Also: Care Transitions: care management, continuity patient care, hospitalization, transition

PDF icon Planning_for_Care_3_13_17_FINAL posted 031517.pdf

2017 NADRC Webinar (9/12/18):
Identifying and Supporting Dementia Caregivers in Healthcare Settings (Weblink)

This webinar, Identifying and Supporting Dementia Caregivers in Healthcare Settings, will define the challenges and benefits of including family caregivers as members of the healthcare team.
Through this webinar, participants will be able to:
• Describe the benefits of improving family caregivers’ representation in the Electronic Health Record (EHR) of persons living with dementia
• Discuss multiple ways in which healthcare systems could better identify family caregivers in EHRs and other forms of Health IT
• Access tools care managers can use to identify, assess and support family caregivers of people with dementia within healthcare systems
• Identify policies that can be leveraged to improve caregiver identification

Presenters: Debra Cherry and Alan B. Stevens
Also: Caregiver: caregivers, care giver, givers, caregiving, family, spouse, informal, formal, professional, health personnel, healthcare facilities

Webinar can be accessed at https://youtu.be/I2j19oPZt40

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Also: caregivers, care giver, givers, caregiving, family, spouse, informal, formal, professional, health personnel, healthcare facilities

2017 NADRC Webinar (July 19, 2017):
Building Dementia Capable Communities: An Orange County, North Carolina Case Study

This webinar will share the core components of what makes a community dementia capable, and how Orange County is addressing each of the components at the individual, organizational and community levels. With an emphasis on community level engagement, this case-study webinar describes programs implemented over the past year and a half, as well as challenges they continue to face.

Those who view this web seminar will be able to:
• List core elements required of a dementia friendly/capable community;
• Understand that each community’s needs are unique, and that the application of these core elements will take a different trial-and-error path for each; and,
• Acknowledge that community-level education needs to be provided in a variety of formats for different target populations.

Presenters: Mary Fraser and Marie Dagger

Also: dementia-capability, staff training, identifying cognitive impairment, quality assurance, resource, service provision

This webinar can be viewed at https://youtu.be/GqTlt4OocZQ .

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PDF icon NADRC Webinar July 2017 Building Dementia Capable Communities

2017 NADRC Webinar (June 20, 2017):
Using BRFSS Data from the Cognitive Decline and Caregiver Modules for Action (weblink/PDF)

The subject of this webinar is the CDC's Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS). BRFSS is a nationally representative survey of states and territories in the United States. The BRFSS is used to collect data about U.S. adults regarding their health-related risk behaviors, chronic health conditions and use of preventive services. Results of the BRFSS have been used to develop health promotion activities across the country. States can leverage findings from the BRFSS cognitive decline and caregiver modules to influence changes in their long-term services and supports systems, and to educate decision makers.
Participants in this web seminar will be able to:
· Discuss the BRFSS’ background, purpose, and types of data collected;
· Describe the BRFSS cognitive decline and caregiver modules and their purpose; and,
· List ways to translate BRFSS data into outcome-oriented actions.

Presenters: Lisa C. McGuire, PhD and Wayne Tormala

Also: Federal systems, survey

Webinar can be accessed at https://youtu.be/OB3SKBAoQmw

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PDF icon NADRC June 217 BRFSS Webinar

2017 NADRC Webinar (March 7, 2017):
Methods and Techniques for Early Dementia Screening for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Presenters: Kathleen Bishop and Sandra Fournier
This webinar will discuss various forms of dementia that are found in the IDD field and the frequency of its occurrence and the importance of early detection. Also discussed will be the early signs that are often overlooked ad techniques to incorporate the early dementia screening tool into the routine healthcare regimen.

Also: IDD/Down: Down syndrome, intellectual disability, development disorder; Diagnosis: diagnoses, examinations, screening, patient assessment, needs assessment, test, testing

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https://youtu.be/SntvAuHte_g

2017 NADRC Webinar (September 27, 2017):
HIPAA Regulations and Sharing Sensitive Information about Clients with Dementia (Weblink/PDF)

The goal of this web seminar is to review how HIPAA and its Privacy Rule permits the sharing of patient information with family members, friends and caregivers, as well as the components of the HIPAA right-of-access and ways in which it enables individuals and their caregivers to be more involved in their own care.

Participants in this web seminar will be able to:
• Understand how HIPAA permits the sharing of patient information with one’s “personal representative,” family members, friends and caregivers;
• Describe how and when protected health information may be used and shared;
• List the components of the HIPAA access right, including an individual’s ability to direct a copy of their health information to a third party; and,
• Describe how the HIPAA right of access enables individuals and their caregivers to become more involved in their care.

Presenters: Charles Sabatino, Rachel Seeger
Also: privacy, patient rights

Webinar can be accessed at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_i44eQ_vySk

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2017 NADRC:
2017 ADSSP Grantee Orientation
ADSSP grantees who view this webinar will: (1) learn about the ADSSP grant program; 2) understand cooperative agreements and the role of your ACL project officer 3) hear about technical assistance available through the National Alzheimer's and Dementia Resource Center 4) understand reporting requirements including OMB data collection. The presenters for this webinar are Erin Long, Administration for Community Living, Kate Gordon, National Alzheimer's and Dementia Resource Center, and Stephanie Hughes, National Alzheimer's and Dementia Resource Center.

Training: program(s), education, activity, activities

PDF icon 2017 ADSSP Grants Orientation 8.23.17.pdf

2017 NADRC:
2017 ADSSP Grantee Orientation
ADSSP grantees who view this webinar will: (1) learn about the ADSSP grant program; 2) understand cooperative agreements and the role of your ACL project officer 3) hear about technical assistance available through the National Alzheimer's and Dementia Resource Center 4) understand reporting requirements including OMB data collection. The presenters for this webinar are Erin Long, Administration for Community Living, Kate Gordon, National Alzheimer's and Dementia Resource Center, and Stephanie Hughes, National Alzheimer's and Dementia Resource Center.

Training: program(s), education, activity, activities

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