Sep
3
Tue
Multi-Disciplinary Cognitive Disorder Study Group @ Alzheimer's Orange County
Sep 3 @ 9:00 am – 10:30 am
Multi-Disciplinary Cognitive Disorder Study Group @ Alzheimer's Orange County | Irvine | California | United States

The Multi-disciplinary Cognitive Disorders Study Group is an educational opportunity for graduate students and professionals to advance their knowledge of dementia, MCI, and all things related.

• Discussion case reviews prepared by participants and subject matter experts will occur during the 90 minute meetings.
• Participants are invited to bring interesting and/or complex cases to discuss.
• Participants will prepare and deliver 10 minute presentations on related topics.
• Graduate students and professionals in the fields of psychology, social work, nursing, occupational and physical therapy, and other academically inclined professionals are welcome to participate.

The Study Group is a supportive and encouraging environment with participants expanding their knowledge base and gaining a deeper understanding of the many aspects of this particular field. This initiative is intended to challenge people to learn and grow personally and professionally.

Participants are encouraged to attend as they are able, no reservations required. Meetings are held twice per month starting September 3rd, on every first Tuesday and third Wednesday.

For further information, feel free to email Nikki Barrett at nikki.barrett@alzoc.org with any questions.

 

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Sep
10
Tue
Webinar: The Cultural Diversity of Grief and Loss @ Online Webinar
Sep 10 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

The Cultural Diversity of Grief and Loss

As our world grows smaller, we are more frequently confronted with death and bereavement beliefs and customs that are different than our own. This webinar won’t just present a list of cultural stereotype characteristics (“Latinos do this, African Americans do that, and Muslims do this over here”). Instead, attendees will develop cultural competence by encountering a diversity of beliefs from key people groups and learn skills for assessing and intervening more effectively with families from groups unlike their own.

At the completion of the course, the participants will be able to:
• Describe the factors that inform one’s perspective on grief and loss
• Apply the personal qualities that prepare one to provide effective cross-cultural care
• Demonstrate skills that help us grow in cultural competence

  • Date: Tuesday, September 10, 2019| 11:30 a.m.
  • Location: Webinar
  • Presenter: Dr. William (Bill) Hoy, DMin, FT
  • One (1) CEU Offered: RCFE, NHAP, CAMFT/BBS & BRN
  • Fee: None

 

 

Sep
18
Wed
Multi-Disciplinary Cognitive Disorder Study Group @ Alzheimer's Orange County
Sep 18 @ 9:00 am – 10:30 am
Multi-Disciplinary Cognitive Disorder Study Group @ Alzheimer's Orange County | Irvine | California | United States

The Multi-disciplinary Cognitive Disorders Study Group is an educational opportunity for graduate students and professionals to advance their knowledge of dementia, MCI, and all things related.

• Discussion case reviews prepared by participants and subject matter experts will occur during the 90 minute meetings.
• Participants are invited to bring interesting and/or complex cases to discuss.
• Participants will prepare and deliver 10 minute presentations on related topics.
• Graduate students and professionals in the fields of psychology, social work, nursing, occupational and physical therapy, and other academically inclined professionals are welcome to participate.

The Study Group is a supportive and encouraging environment with participants expanding their knowledge base and gaining a deeper understanding of the many aspects of this particular field. This initiative is intended to challenge people to learn and grow personally and professionally.

Participants are encouraged to attend as they are able, no reservations required. Meetings are held twice per month starting September 3rd, on every first Tuesday and third Wednesday.

For further information, feel free to email Nikki Barrett at nikki.barrett@alzoc.org with any questions.

 

Multi-Discipline Study Group Flyer

 

Oct
1
Tue
Multi-Disciplinary Cognitive Disorder Study Group @ Alzheimer's Orange County
Oct 1 @ 9:00 am – 10:30 am
Multi-Disciplinary Cognitive Disorder Study Group @ Alzheimer's Orange County | Irvine | California | United States

The Multi-disciplinary Cognitive Disorders Study Group is an educational opportunity for graduate students and professionals to advance their knowledge of dementia, MCI, and all things related.

• Discussion case reviews prepared by participants and subject matter experts will occur during the 90 minute meetings.
• Participants are invited to bring interesting and/or complex cases to discuss.
• Participants will prepare and deliver 10 minute presentations on related topics.
• Graduate students and professionals in the fields of psychology, social work, nursing, occupational and physical therapy, and other academically inclined professionals are welcome to participate.

The Study Group is a supportive and encouraging environment with participants expanding their knowledge base and gaining a deeper understanding of the many aspects of this particular field. This initiative is intended to challenge people to learn and grow personally and professionally.

Participants are encouraged to attend as they are able, no reservations required. Meetings are held twice per month starting September 3rd, on every first Tuesday and third Wednesday.

For further information, feel free to email Nikki Barrett at nikki.barrett@alzoc.org with any questions.

 

Multi-Discipline Study Group Flyer

 

Oct
16
Wed
Multi-Disciplinary Cognitive Disorder Study Group @ Alzheimer's Orange County
Oct 16 @ 9:00 am – 10:30 am
Multi-Disciplinary Cognitive Disorder Study Group @ Alzheimer's Orange County | Irvine | California | United States

The Multi-disciplinary Cognitive Disorders Study Group is an educational opportunity for graduate students and professionals to advance their knowledge of dementia, MCI, and all things related.

• Discussion case reviews prepared by participants and subject matter experts will occur during the 90 minute meetings.
• Participants are invited to bring interesting and/or complex cases to discuss.
• Participants will prepare and deliver 10 minute presentations on related topics.
• Graduate students and professionals in the fields of psychology, social work, nursing, occupational and physical therapy, and other academically inclined professionals are welcome to participate.

The Study Group is a supportive and encouraging environment with participants expanding their knowledge base and gaining a deeper understanding of the many aspects of this particular field. This initiative is intended to challenge people to learn and grow personally and professionally.

Participants are encouraged to attend as they are able, no reservations required. Meetings are held twice per month starting September 3rd, on every first Tuesday and third Wednesday.

For further information, feel free to email Nikki Barrett at nikki.barrett@alzoc.org with any questions.

 

Multi-Discipline Study Group Flyer

 

Nov
5
Tue
Multi-Disciplinary Cognitive Disorder Study Group @ Alzheimer's Orange County
Nov 5 @ 9:00 am – 10:30 am
Multi-Disciplinary Cognitive Disorder Study Group @ Alzheimer's Orange County | Irvine | California | United States

The Multi-disciplinary Cognitive Disorders Study Group is an educational opportunity for graduate students and professionals to advance their knowledge of dementia, MCI, and all things related.

• Discussion case reviews prepared by participants and subject matter experts will occur during the 90 minute meetings.
• Participants are invited to bring interesting and/or complex cases to discuss.
• Participants will prepare and deliver 10 minute presentations on related topics.
• Graduate students and professionals in the fields of psychology, social work, nursing, occupational and physical therapy, and other academically inclined professionals are welcome to participate.

The Study Group is a supportive and encouraging environment with participants expanding their knowledge base and gaining a deeper understanding of the many aspects of this particular field. This initiative is intended to challenge people to learn and grow personally and professionally.

Participants are encouraged to attend as they are able, no reservations required. Meetings are held twice per month starting September 3rd, on every first Tuesday and third Wednesday.

For further information, feel free to email Nikki Barrett at nikki.barrett@alzoc.org with any questions.

 

Multi-Discipline Study Group Flyer

 

Nov
6
Wed
Memories in the Making Facilitator Training @ Alzheimer's Orange County
Nov 6 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Become a trained art facilitator and learn how to engage and communicate with someone with Alzheimer’s disease through painting.

After completing this course, you will:
-Recognize the symptoms of dementia
-Understand the principles and techniques of compassionate communication
-Describe how artistic expression can benefit people with dementia
-Practice techniques that improve communication with Memories in the Making® artists

Instructor: Ben Allen, Memories in the Making Coordinator, Alzheimer’s Orange County

CEUs: Three (3) CEUs, NHAP, RCFE & CAMFT
No cost to attend

For more information about the course description and objectives, instructor, instructions for requesting accommodations for a disability, certificates of completion, reporting a grievance, continuing education course approvals, and requesting a refund (if applicable), please go to: www.alzoc.org/professionals/mimcepolicies

Nov
20
Wed
Multi-Disciplinary Cognitive Disorder Study Group @ Alzheimer's Orange County
Nov 20 @ 9:00 am – 10:30 am
Multi-Disciplinary Cognitive Disorder Study Group @ Alzheimer's Orange County | Irvine | California | United States

The Multi-disciplinary Cognitive Disorders Study Group is an educational opportunity for graduate students and professionals to advance their knowledge of dementia, MCI, and all things related.

• Discussion case reviews prepared by participants and subject matter experts will occur during the 90 minute meetings.
• Participants are invited to bring interesting and/or complex cases to discuss.
• Participants will prepare and deliver 10 minute presentations on related topics.
• Graduate students and professionals in the fields of psychology, social work, nursing, occupational and physical therapy, and other academically inclined professionals are welcome to participate.

The Study Group is a supportive and encouraging environment with participants expanding their knowledge base and gaining a deeper understanding of the many aspects of this particular field. This initiative is intended to challenge people to learn and grow personally and professionally.

Participants are encouraged to attend as they are able, no reservations required. Meetings are held twice per month starting September 3rd, on every first Tuesday and third Wednesday.

For further information, feel free to email Nikki Barrett at nikki.barrett@alzoc.org with any questions.

 

Multi-Discipline Study Group Flyer