January 27, 2017
Break Out Sessions The Preventative Care and Possible Reversal of Dementia in Older People Speaker: Jerry Mixon, MD Normal aging is accepting the progressive decline in physical and mental capacity that normally accompanies aging. This is not how it needs to be. Dr. Mixon will review the changes in medicine that make it possible for […]Click for more information on 'Break Out Sessions 3:15 – 4:30 p.m.'
June 9, 2017
Break Out Sessions Having the right Medical Team – Case for including Geriatricians Speaker: Marty Levine, MD Case-based discussion about the knowledge, skills, and attitudes of an effective primary care medical team. Collaboration Creates Great Outcomes for Care: Resources to Help Your Clients Successfully Age in Place Speakers: Stan McKenzie, Janet Smith, Esq., Amy Egtvet, […]Click for more information on 'Break Out Sessions 9:00 – 10:30 a.m.'
Break Out Sessions Aging in Place, “It’s More Than a Grab Bar” Speaker: Natalie Anderson, OTR/L, CAPS AARP reports that overwhelmingly Americans prefer to remain in their homes as they mature, yet only one in 6 homeowners have made any modifications. Learn three components that are key to maintain safety, function, and independence in your […]Click for more information on 'Break Out Sessions 10:45 – 12:00 p.m.'
Break Out Sessions Dementia and End of Life Speaker: Mimi Pattison, MD Explore the many dimensions of dementia and the major health care challenges at the end of life. Learn how to create a comprehensive approach to dementia care over the entire course of the disease. Long Term Care Insurance – Its Many Forms & […]Click for more information on 'Break Out Sessions 1:30 – 2:45 p.m.'
Closing Remarks Speaker: Rajiv Nagaich, JD, LLMClick for more information on 'Closing Remarks 4:45 – 5:15 p.m.'