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2019 Events Calendar

Updated: JANUARY 14, 2019

 

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APR 29 - MAY 1 | CAADS Spring Conference | Berkeley

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Events / Deadlines for ADS Providers
JAN
16
WEBCAST
Signs of Elder Abuse, Neglect, and Exploitation

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (Pacific) | HOST: National Center on Law & Elder Rights (NCLER)
FEE: None | REGISTER

Lawyers and others who work with older adults should be aware of potential signs of abuse, neglect, and exploitation. This awareness requires an understanding of abuse signs, as well as the questions to ask when abuse is suspected. As the first part in the forthcoming National Center on Law and Elder Rights (NCLER) Elder Justice Toolkit, this webcast will help lawyers tune in to potential warning signals and learn key questions to ask when elder abuse is suspected.

The fast paced, one-hour program will include checklists of signs of physical, behavioral, emotional, and sexual abuse, self-neglect, caregiver neglect, and exploitation.

Closed captioning will be available on this webcast. A link with access to the captions will be shared through GoToWebinar's chat box shortly before the webcast start time.

PRESENTERS
David Godfrey, Senior Attorney, American Bar Association Commission on Law and Aging
Sarah Galvan, Staff Attorney, Justice in Aging

NOTE: This training will be presented in a WEBCAST format to accommodate more participants. Due to the high volume of participants, computer audio will be the only option to listen to the presentation. No telephone call-in number will be provided. Please plan accordingly.

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JAN
17
WEBINAR
How to Have a Meaningful and Successful Visit with your Person in a Long Term Care Facility

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (Pacific) | HOST: Alzheimer's Foundation of America (AFA)
FEE: None | REGISTER

During this presentation Joanna with help teach you how to walk away from a visit with your loved one in long term care feeling more peace and less guilt. Through sharing successful redirection tips for statement’s like “I want to go home” she will help you be prepared and enable you to understand what your loved one really may be saying and connect with them at the heart level. She will also provide communication tips and suggestions on how to help them feel more comfortable in their new environment. You will walk away with several new ideas of talking points, activities to share, and tips on creating special moments with your loved one so that you can enjoy each other more and create new memories.

PRESENTER
Joanna LaFleur has a Recreational Therapy degree from Eastern Michigan University. After spending over 10 years working at several nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and home care companies she felt there was a huge gap in dementia care and what was missing from elder care, was a client-focused approach to care from caregivers with training in how to support someone with dementia. That led her to start an in h ome care company in 2013 specializing in dementia and then open two specialized Memory Care homes call Memory Lane. Joanna is a passionate advocate for those with dementia and those caring for someon with dementia.


JAN
22
ALZHEIMER'S SERIES WEBINAR
Alzheimer's Disease Advocacy for Adult Day Services

12:00 PM (Pacific) | HOST: National Adult Day Services Association (NADSA)
FEE: NADSA Members $25; Non-members $49 | REGISTER

Join us as Alzheimer's disease and advocacy experts Christopher Masak (Alzheimer's Association); Kate Gordon (Splaine Consulting) and Senator Roy C. Afflerbach, Ret. (The Afflerbach Group/NADSA) discuss key policy issues and ways to get involved at the federal, state and local level, including agenda setting and effective approaches. Learn how to support staff, families and individuals living with Alzheimer's disease in advocating for expansion of research, resources and services. Speakers will share relevant tools, trends and opportunities for Adult Day Services to educate and take action. This webinar will appeal to both ADS providers and state association leaders alike.


JAN
23
WEBINAR
Understanding California's New Harassment Prevention Training Requirements

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (Pacific) | HOST: Shaw Law Group
FEE: None | REGISTER

California employers with five or more employees must now provide EEO compliance training to all staff members by the end of 2019. Wondering how to comply with the new California EEO training requirements (SB 1343)?

As one of the only California employment law firms that specializes in training, Shaw Law Group is uniquely qualified to help you understand your new obligations. Join Jennifer Shaw for this FREE session to ensure you are on track!


JAN
30
WEBINAR
Marketing Your ADS Services: How to Breakdown the Overwhelming

12:00 PM (Pacific) | HOST: National Adult Day Services Association (NADSA)
FEE: NADSA Members $49; Non-members $149 | REGISTER

Joel Bednoski, the Founder of Harpeth Consultant Advisory Group, presents an informative and tactical webinar on How to Breakdown the Overwhelming task of Marketing your ADS! This webinar is geared toward organizations that are trying to figure out how to develop and implement a marketing plan, as well as for organizations who may be looking to refine their existing approaches. You will leave this webinar with tatical steps on how to develop a plan unique for your organization, and hopefully feel less overwhelmed!


APR
6
CONFERENCE | Los Angeles, CA
Aging into the Future

Los Angeles Convention Center
Conference Registration - Early Bird Rates Close FEB 15
Sponsorships and Tech Expo Booths Available
For complete Conference details, visit www.agingintothefuture.com.

In 2019, AITF is pivoting to bring a conference & expo experience that gives Southern California's 50+ an opportunity to:

  • LEARN. Hear from expert speakers, attend workshops and learn something new.
  • EXPLORE. Experience the latest tech products and solutions at our Tech Expo.
  • CONNECT. Meet the organizations, resources and people that will help you get connected to tech.
  • INFLUENCE. Test up-and-coming new products and influence tech startups to develop better solutions.

APR
29-
MAY
1
CAADS SPRING CONFERENCE | Berkeley

Once again, CAADS will meet at the Double Tree by Hilton Hotel Berkeley Marina, 200 Marina Boulevard, Berkeley, CA 94710. Watch for details on room reservations, educational course offerings and conference registration coming in March...


OCT
24-26

 

NADSA CONFERENCE 2019 | Minneapolis, MN

Save the dates and watch for details to come for the 2019 National Adult Day Services Association (NADSA) Conference at the Minneapolis Marriott Hotel!


 

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