Free webinar explains how to create a supportive environment for dementia

//Free webinar explains how to create a supportive environment for dementia

Free webinar explains how to create a supportive environment for dementia

More than any other question, I am asked how to make low-cost, simple changes to the environment.

The truth is, you don’t have a to have a huge remodeling budget to make changes to the care community that will help elders thrive.

We are thrilled to bring you this new FREE webinar sponsored by Linked Senior. I recorded it live, and now it’s available for you to listen to at any time. We’d love to hear what other topics you would be interested in, so please contact us and share your thoughts.

Let’s make things happen together!


How to Create a Supportive Environment for Older Adults and People with Dementia

Featuring Jennifer Brush, MA, CCC/SLP, Award-Winning Dementia Educator, Author and Consultant

The physical environment is an important tool that can help individuals engage in life and be independent. Older adults and people with dementia need special modifications to the home or long-term care environment to assist them in functioning at their best possible level. In this video presentation, you will learn how to incorporate simple, low-cost, evidence-based design guidelines into your community to help residents thrive.

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About the Author:

Jennifer Brush
Jennifer Brush, MA, CCC/SLP is an award-winning Dementia Educator, author and consultant. Passionate about enriching the lives of people with dementia, Jennifer is on a mission to put the focus of care on the person’s preferences, interests and abilities. With her nearly three decades of industry experience, including leading countless live national and international trainings, facilitating ground-breaking research, and managing innovative person-centered projects for the Ohio Council for Cognitive Health, Jennifer flawlessly bridges the gap between care communities and the individuals they serve. Jennifer serves on the Association Montessori Internationale (AMI) Advisory Board for Montessori for Aging and Dementia and she is the only AMI Certified Trainer of Trainers for Montessori for Aging and Dementia in the US. She is also adjunct faculty at St. Nicholas Montessori College in Dún Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, Ireland. Jennifer is the author of several nationally recognized books on dementia including the silver-medal winning Creative Connections in Dementia Care and I Care, the gold-medal winning work that also received a 5-star rating as a Reader Favorite. Jennifer is widely known for her innovative work in the Spaced Retrieval memory intervention, pioneering this area of study in speech-language pathology and publishing 2 books on the subject. Look for Jennifer’s new co-authored book about Person-Centered Care, to be published by Wiley in 2020.
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