Start Date: 7/28/2020 1:00 PM EDT
End Date: 7/28/2020 2:30 PM EDT
Venue Name: Web-Based Program Location:
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Maine Health Care Association
MHCA Members are invited to register for our monthly E-Learning Seminars. For details about CEU requirements, process and more, you may refer to the E-Learning Program Overview. Here's what we have planned for the APRIL seminar:
Title: Collaborative Problem Solving: Becoming an Adaptive Dementia Care Team
Date: July 28, 2020
Time: 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
Wise caregivers realize that knowledge alone is inadequate to resolve the challenges that arise in memory care centers. In the face of the growing intensity and complexity of resident care needs, does your team know what to do when real-world challenges defy "by the book" solutions? Award-winning occupational therapist and dementia care specialist, Heather McKay, offers a new approach to on-the-job dementia education, which focuses on the team's collaborative process of problem-solving without ignoring the need for new knowledge and skills. Heather will share current research including case examples of teams gathering knowledge, sharing it with each other, and using it to resolve their most challenging cases. Participants will learn simple strategies for re-designing education to yield positive outcomes for memory care residents and enhanced team development.
How to Register: The Invitation to Register for this seminar will be sent to our MEMBER Education Email List. If you are an MHCA Member, and would like to receive notifications about the E-Learning Program, send your contact information to Dianne Chicoine at firstname.lastname@example.org. To enroll in this session, use the link in the Invitation to complete the online registration form and process your credit card payment through PayPal®, MHCA’s online payment system. Please note, you don’t need a PayPal® account to use this service; you can process your payment as a PayPal guest.
Fee: $30 per registrant
Web Platform: MHCA will utilize the ZOOM platform to conduct this e-learning seminar. To participate, all you need is an electronic device, internet access and audio capability (via phone or built in speakers); a webcam is also helpful but not required. If you’re new to Zoom, we encourage you to visit their Help Desk in advance.
If you have questions, feel free to reach out to us at 207.623.1146 or email me at email@example.com.