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Whether you’re a veteran in the field or just getting started, the ALCA Forms Book is for you -- with more than 100 forms covering topics such as Assessment, Intake, Money Management, Conservatorship, Mental Status, Agreement for Services, and more. The disc provides information which can also be tailored to your business. Compatible with PCs and MACs.
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2011 Conference Manual (Flash Drive)
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The Flash drive contains the 2012 NAPGCM Conference speaker presentation materials. The table of contents and search function allows you to find each speaker's documents quickly and easily download them onto your computer, and/or print as many of the pages as you like.
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Show off your professionalism with a personalized high-quality name badge with magnetic backing (3" L. x 2" H.) that includes ALCA Member Logo. Color options: White OR Brushed Silver PLEASE NOTE, UPON COMPLETION OF YOUR ORDER, STAFF WILL CONTACT YOU TO CONFIRM THE COLOR OF YOUR BADGE, AND HOW YOU WOULD LIKE YOUR NAME LISTED ON THE BADGE.
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FOR PURCHASE BY MEMBERS ONLY - Login for Pricing. This digital version includes two customizable PowerPoint presentations that will help you market your business. Each presentation outlines the services and expertise of an Aging Life Care Professional. One is geared for the layperson and the other is for presenting to other professionals.
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FOR PURCHASE BY MEMBERS ONLY - Login for Pricing. Do you need a tool to help you differentiate your business from the "free" services? This Marketing PowerPoint Presentation provides slides with speaker notes, and customizable handout to illustrate the difference between Aging Life Care services and "free" services. Minimum System Requirements: Microsoft PowerPoint 2010.
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This invaluable booklet contains ALCA's Code of Ethics and Standards and Practice. In addition to being an excellent reference for you and your staff, this booklet can be distributed to clients and other professionals. The booklet clearly sets forth the code and standards to which you subscribe.
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2009 Conference General Session: Overview of Treatment for Patients with Dementia Lori Daiello, Pharm.D, BCPP Case studies presented showing the medical management of cognitive behavioral issues with dementia clients. Participants learn how to assess a client and extract important information to become more effective in managing the difficult behaviors. Assessment for side effects of medication also is included. This session also provides successful strategies in managing pain... Details
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2010 Conference General Session: A Life of Being, Having, and Doing Enough Wayne Muller, M.Div. Join Wayne Muller, therapist, public speaker, minister, and author of Legacy of the Heart, as he explores the resilience of spirit in the face of human sorrow. Wayne is the founder of Bread for the Journey, a national nonprofit organization, and he is currently leading story circle retreats for racial reconciliation in Mississippi and story circle retreats for Congressional Staffers in... Details
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2011 Conference General Session: Aging as an Art Sherwin Nuland, MD, FACS Dr. Nuland is committed to the idea that there is an art to aging - aging is not just something that happens to us. There are things most of us can do to make our later years better through maintaining good physical health, brain function, and important relationships. He will speak to the issues of family, love, work, wisdom in aging, and sense of community. The art of aging must be creative and it must... Details
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2012 Conference General Session: The Compassionate Life - Aging and Caregiving. Marc Ian Barasch, Boulder, CO Barasch poses vital questions: What if the great driving force of our evolution were actually "survival of the kindest?" Marc will talk more about the scientific basis for empathy and perspective taking while exploring the interfaith dimensions of compassion. You'll learn about studies of the altruistic personality and what can be learned from them that are relevant to... Details
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2013 Conference General Session: Dr. Nash will demonstrate that health care in the future will be characterized by the practice of a new type of medicine called "population health" - the health outcomes of a group of individuals, including the distribution of such outcomes within the group. It is an approach to health that aims to improve the health of an entire population. An important theme in population health is the importance of social determinants of health and the relatively... Details
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2014 Conference Keynote Speaker - Marc Agronin: Aging is too often viewed solely as a process of physical and cognitive decline. These perils of aging must be balanced, however, with the promises of aging, including creativity, wisdom, and a host of other emergent strengths. This session will identify how the aging process spurns growth and development across a range of abilities and attributes.
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2015 Conference General Session: Alive Inside: How the Magic of Music Proves Therapeutic for Patients with Alzheimer's and Dementia. Could a pair of headphones change the lives of millions of Americans suffering from Alzheimer's and dementia? Social worker and Music & Memory, Inc. founding Executive Dan Cohen will join us to share his experiences related to the Alive Inside: A Story of Music & Memory, documentary about the launching of his campaign to bring iPods and the therapeutic... Details
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2009 Conference General Session: The Fate of the Baby Boomers Jeff Goldsmith, Ph.D. The President of Health Futures, Inc. and author of "The Long Baby Boom" takes a twenty-year look forward at the impact of the Baby Boom generation on the health system and society. Will they trigger a boom in the demand for health services, and in doing so, wreck our safety net programs - Medicare and Social Security? What will they need and how will we market to them? What are the plans of the... Details
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2010 Conference General Session: Embracing "Slow Medicine", The Compassionate Approach to Caregiving Dennis McCullough, M.D. Dr. McCullough uncovers the significance of the later part of the lifespan and the benefits of "Slow Medicine" in this enriching general session. He will discuss how the type of aggressive medicine that dominates our healthcare system is not necessarily in the best interest of the elderly patient and explains how aggressive medicine is not designed to do... Details
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2012 Conference General Session: Unlocking the Generational Codes: Understanding What Makes the Generations Tick and What Ticks Them Off Anna Liotta, CEO Resultance, Seattle, WA Whether you're a Traditionalist, Baby Boomer, Gen X-er, or Millennial, Generational expert Anna Liotta will change how you perceive others and enhance your relationships with everyone you know. She is the author of Unlocking Generational CODES - a key to understanding the people around you-young and old and ... Details
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2013 Conference General Session - Integrated Depression Care for Homebound Older Adults with CHF and COPD: Lessons from the Tele-HEART Trial Zvi D. Gellis, Ph.D. Director, Center for Mental Health & Aging, University of Pennsylvania School of Social Policy & Practice, Philadelphia, PA This presentation describes the Telehealth Homecare Education Activation Rehabilitation Treatment (Tele-HEART) program, an innovative Telehealth initiative that integrates depression care into routine ... Details
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2014 Conference General Session - Charla Long: Too often, geriatric care managers can get caught up in the daily demands of the job and forget the reason for pursuing their chosen career. Dr. Charla Long will share inspiring stories and offer six strategies for helping you to embrace your commitment and spread your compassion for serving those in need.
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2015 Conference General Session: Got Bounce? The Art of Resilience & Compassion. At birth, I think we should all be issued a set of heavy duty shock absorbers with detailed instructions on how and when to use. I know of no one who has been able to avoid the bumps and resultant bruises of life. As human beings, we will experience the highs and lows of life -- and the transitions between the peaks and valleys are rough. It is during the stressful, difficult times that we realize the... Details
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2009 Conference General Session: A Whole New Life: Promoting Positive Change in the Lives of Elders Wendy Lustbader, B.A., MSW Lori Daiello, Pharm.D, BCPP Overcoming resistance to change poses a challenge through the lifespan, especially when patterns have become entrenched over the decades. At the same time, illness, frailty, and the approach of death can motivate an individual to embrace change. This presentation examines how care managers can ally with the forces of... Details
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2010 Conference General Session: The Myth of Alzheimer's: New Stories in Brain Aging Peter J. Whitehouse, MD-Ph.D. As one of the best known Alzheimer's disease (AD) experts in the world and one of America's top doctors, Dr. Whitehouse provides wisdom and guidance honed over his last three decades of clinical practice to current patients with various cognitive conditions, their caregivers, and to all of us who may potentially be affected by labels such as AD and Mild Cognitive... Details
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2012 Conference General Session: Toward Gentler Care of the Frail Dr. John Sloan, MD, Vancouver, BC Canada Dr. John Sloan is a published author and family physician who works primarily with the elderly. For more than twenty years, Dr. Sloan has treated frail elderly people in their own homes. His latest book, A Bitter Pill: How the Medical System is Failing the Elderly is an investigation into why the health care system does not work for older people who are in fragile health and... Details
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2013 Conference General Session - Looking Forward: Addressing Legal, Emotional, and Medical Issues of Aging LGBT Individuals Judy Morrissey, MSW, Behavioral Health Services Director Dr. Robert Winn, MD, Medical Director Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) individuals face additional barriers due to social stigma and discrimination. As we age, these issues are amplified by isolation, lack of familial structure, and shame. The panel of knowledgeable professionals from the ... Details
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2014 Conference General Session - Kimberly Pace: How we communicate influences how others perceive and understand our work and how effective we are in serving others. The more effective we are in communicating with others, the better we will meet the needs of our patients and families. In this session we will learn how to establish a strong executive presence to communicate and lead effectively.