Use it or Lose it – “Successful Aging”
Memory loss is a universal concern. What is normal and abnormal memory loss? What can be done to reduce the risk of memory loss? How is memory loss diagnosed and treated? This presentation will answer these questions and offer tips for coping with memory loss and related issues.
March 21, 2018 – 1501 Ellinwood Ave, Des Plaines, IL 60016
9:00 a.m. Registration/Breakfast
9:30 a.m. Presentation
Free and Open to the Public
Tom Chaplin 847 823-0453 x 1004
Daniel Kuhn, LCSW, is Vice President of Education at All Trust Home Care, with offices in Hinsdale and Deerfield. Since 1987, he has focused exclusively on dementia care issues and has been an educator in the field of health and aging in various settings in the Chicago area. He has authored more than 50 publications, along with his book Alzheimer’s Early Stage: First Steps for Family, Friends, and Caregivers.
Scott Tolan, MA Gerontology, is a Senior Services Case Manager at the Center of Concern. Scott’s background includes positions in home care, assisted living, and skilled nursing. He has managed various dementia residences utilizing his expertise in working with residents who have the disease and their family members. Scott works closely with clients serving people with dementia, as well as the older adults in general.
Bill Waller, with New York Life, will be presenting “Effective Budgeting for Long-Term Care” at 10:30 am.
This program will provide 1 Hour of Continuing Education Credit for the disciplines listed: (1) Continuing Education Hour will be provided to Nurses, Social Workers, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselors, Physical Therapists, and Nursing Home Administrators. Please have your License Number with you so you can receive your Continuing Education Certificate at the presentation.