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Northeast Branch Meeting February 7, 2019
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2/7/2019
When: Thurs. Feb 7, 2019
6-8 pm
Where: Veterans Affairs Campus Bldg 60 - Interprofessional Education and Research Center
Maple Dr
Mountain Home, TN 


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NASWTN – Northeast Branch Monthly Meeting

2.0 CEUs

Date: Thursday, February 7, 2019

Time: 6:00 – 8:00 P.M.

Location: Bldg 60 - Interprofessional Education and Research Center

     Veterans Affairs Campus, Maple Drive, Mountain Home, TN

                 (https://www.etsu.edu/ehome/maps/)

Near Corner of Maple and 4th

                                   

Dementia Workshop and Virtual Dementia Tour

Workshop and Virtual Tour Description: What is normal in regard to brain function as we age? Are the bouts of forgetfulness we experience normal or should we be concerned? Are you caring for a loved one with a dementia-related disorder? If so, where do you go for tips on how to handle challenging situations, support and encouragement? Join us to find out the answers to those questions plus a whole lot more!

The Virtual Dementia Tour is a sensitivity training created by Dr. P.K. Bellville and the company Second Winds Dreams. It will give individuals insight into what an average day for a person with dementia may be like.

Learning Objectives:

By then end of the training, participants will

1.      Understand the different types of dementia and populations at-risk.

2.      Understand the early signs and progression of dementia.

3.      Learn about current interventions and community resources.

                4.      Increase empathy for clients by participating in dementia simulation experience.

About Our Presenter: Tracey Kendall Wilson is the Northeast TN Area Director for Alzheimer’s Tennessee, Inc.   Alzheimer’s Tennessee, Inc. is a 33 year old, Knoxville based Alzheimer’s non-profit, with offices in Knoxville, Cookeville and adding Northeast TN on 9/1/15.  They provide education, care, support, resources, and research funding for over 110,000 Tennesseans battling all forms of dementia.  Wilson has over 18 years of experience working within the aging community, specializing in Alzheimer’s disease and dementia care.  She has delivered hundreds of educational training programs to lay and professional caregivers, giving them the needed tools to manage and navigate the journey through dementia.Tracey’s Grandmother was the first person who opened her eyes to the effects of Alzheimer’s disease.  Now three family members, hundreds of “adopted family”, and thousands of “extended family” later, she is more committed than ever to doing her part in providing supportive care until a cure is to be found.

Cost of workshop: NASW members $0; Non-member $20; Students $0

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