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2017 NADRC produced product:

Advance Planning Guides for Persons with Dementia and Caregivers on FOUR topics:

1. Health Care Planning: This guide will help you plan for your future health care needs
2. Planning for Care: This guide will help you plan for the care and services you may need
3. Financial Planning: This guide will help you plan how to manage your money and property
4. Making Decisions for Someone with Dementia

Also: Care Transitions: care management, continuity patient care, hospitalization, transition, End-of-Life: palliative, terminal care, hospice, care planning, resuscitation orders

PDF icon Planning_for_Care_3_13_17_FINAL posted 031517.pdf

2017 NADRC produced product:

Advance Planning Guides for Persons with Dementia and Caregivers on FOUR topics:

1. Health Care Planning: This guide will help you plan for your future health care needs
2. Planning for Care: This guide will help you plan for the care and services you may need
3. Financial Planning: This guide will help you plan how to manage your money and property
4. Making Decisions for Someone with Dementia

Also: Care Transitions: care management, continuity patient care, hospitalization, transition, End-of-Life: palliative, terminal care, hospice, care planning, resuscitation orders

PDF icon Financial_Planning_3-13-17_FINAL posted 031517.pdf

2017 NADRC produced product:

Advance Planning Guides for Persons with Dementia and Caregivers on FOUR topics:

1. Health Care Planning: This guide will help you plan for your future health care needs
2. Planning for Care: This guide will help you plan for the care and services you may need
3. Financial Planning: This guide will help you plan how to manage your money and property
4. Making Decisions for Someone with Dementia

Also: Care Transitions: care management, continuity patient care, hospitalization, transition, End-of-Life: palliative, terminal care, hospice, care planning, resuscitation orders

PDF icon Making_Decisions_3_13_17_FINAL posted 031517.pdf

2017 NADRC Webinar (January 17, 2017):
Cultural Awareness in Dementia Care (Weblink)

This NADRC webinar sharea information on the Minnesota Board on Aging’s “Cultural Awareness in Dementia Care” initiative designed to promote principles of health equity and enhance person-centered dementia care for diverse ethnic and cultural communities who have the highest health disparities. This program strives to create cultural awareness among service providers that will result in culturally responsive service to persons with dementia and their caregivers.

This web seminar shares the program’s design and steps for implementation through American Indian and Somali cultural consultants.
Participants in this web seminar will be able to:

• Cite two or more norms and values of American Indian and Somali cultural groups regarding dementia;
• Identify ways in which they can promote person-centered planning that incorporates cultural norms; and,
• Describe how to use a cultural consultant to enhance service delivery.

Also: Ethnic/Population Groups: minority group, groups, North American, Americans, Native, First Nation, Nations, African American, Arab, Arabs, Asian, Hispanic, Mexican, Latin, Inuit, Pacific Islander, Jews, Roma, LGTBQ , rural, frontier, women, diverse, underserved, diversity

Presenters: Steve Chapman, Farhiya M. Farah, Nancy E. Lee

The webinar can be viewed at: https://youtu.be/XUqOKLtlOoM

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PDF icon Cultural Awareness in Dementia Care

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 Financial_Planning_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

PLEASE NOTE: Captions will automatically appear on the bottom of your screen.

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

PDF icon Health_Care_Planning_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

PLEASE NOTE: Captions will automatically appear on the bottom of your screen.

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

PLEASE NOTE: Captions will automatically appear on the bottom of your screen.

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

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