Enhancing Care Conference
April 3, 2019
Person centred care planning, working in multigenerational teams, policy and ethical decision, reducing stress and burnout, respecting individual choice, and improving the mealtime experience.
The annual Enhancing Care Conference is an educational experience for Health Care Professionals that helps to provide the tools and specialized training that one needs when caring for persons with dementia. The conference is ideal for those providing care in the homes of those living with dementia, in Special Care Homes, Nursing Homes, and Acute Care.
Day One: Clinical and Leadership Focus
Day Two: Practical "hands on" focus
(Both days will have plenary keynote speakers, a number of breakout sessions and workshops to choose from)
Topics covered on the two days include person centred care planning, working within a multigenerational workforce, policy and ethical decision making, reducing stress and burnout, respecting individual choice, and improving the mealtime experience.
Behind every person with dementia, there are hundreds of people dedicated to helping. That help comes in many ways.
The Alzheimer Society of New Brunswick is the leading not-for-profit health organization in the province dedicated to improving the quality of life for people living with dementia. Since 1978, we've provided help and support to people living with Alzheimer's disease and other dementias, their families and their caregivers.
We also advance the search for the cause and cure for dementia.
Active in communities right across New Brunswick, the Society has programs and services near you.