CULTURALLY COMPETENT CARE FOR DIVERSE POPULATIONS IN AN ADULT DAY SETTING
A three-part webinar series
developed by the Virginia Commonwealth University’s Department of Gerontology in collaboration with the Virginia Department of Social Services
for professional caregivers working in Adult Day Care settings.
At the end of this training, participants will have an increased understanding and application of person-centered care theories and practices with diverse populations.
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Cost: $15 per person
Certificates will be available upon attending Part I, reviewing online Parts II, III and passing a quiz on the three-part series.
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Person-Centered Care - Part I Nov28 - notes
GEN SILENT – video referenced in the recording:
Issues: Brief – LGBT and Dementia (Alzheimer’s Association – US)
LGBT: Living with Dementia (Alzheimer’s Society – UK)
“Sexuality and Intimacy in Older Adults”: an overview of issues and barriers to supporting healthy sexual behavior in older adults residents of long term care communities