|May 22, 2013|
|12:00 pm||to||1:00 pm|
1 CEU Provided
Evacuate or Shelter in Place?
Hurricanes, Long-Term Care, and Providing for People with Alzheimer’s Disease
Presenter: Janelle J. Christensen, Ph.D., M.P.H., M.A.
The Miami Area Geriatric Education Center will provide a free educational session via live webcast on risk reduction strategies, for health care professionals, caregivers assisting people with Alzheimer’s Disease, and Related Dementias before, during, and after a hurricane.
Deciding whether a facility should shelter in place or evacuate their residents to another location is a difficult decision as both options carry risks. This training will cover best practices for health care professionals assisting people with ADRD during, and after disasters such as hurricanes. Dr. Christensen will provide an overview of research on long-term care during hurricanes, and cover Federal and state (Florida) regulations, with special attention to the needs of people with ADRD.
Participants may earn 1 Continuing Education Unit (CEU) /Continuing Medical Education (CME) within the following disciplines: Physician, Psychology, Nursing, Nursing Home Administration, Social Work, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Dietetics and Nutrition and Professional Guardians.
This training session is free of charge. Health care professionals interested in participating in this training session are required to complete the online registration form. The registration deadline is May 19, 2013.
There is a limit for the number of participants! Complete your registration now.
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Registered participants will be able to access the educational training session via internet through the MAGEC Distance Learning Program website. All registered participants will receive an email with an user name, password and instructions to access the live webcast.
For more information, please contact MAGEC at (305) 355-9123 or firstname.lastname@example.org