Dementia Friendly Sierra Madre Training

june, 2019

18jun1:00 pm5:00 pmDementia Friendly Sierra Madre TrainingPositive Approach to Care - Training by John Graham

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Event Details

Objectives

• Learn communication techniques to help you connect
with those living with dementia.
• Learn the five sensory input and processing systems,
highlighting the dominant role of vision, and the major
differences between protective and discriminating
sensations in each.
• Discuss the impact of changing sensory awareness and
processing as dementia progresses.

Our agenda covers skills from verbal strategies to
affirming touch to Positive Approach by Teepa Snow.
About John D. Graham: With a life spent in senior services,
author John D. Graham is a compassionate voice. His
perspective is informed with his vast array of experience in senior
advocacy and in leadership of senior living organizations. In
sharing his expertise via his book, Cheeseburgers for Seniors: Top
10 Reasons Your Parents Don’t Want to Move to Senior Living,
with the burgeoning baby boomer population, he outlines pitfalls
and warning signs, and offers alternative, proactive approaches.
While some of these things can be uncomfortable to consider,
lack of understanding and proper planning often leads to an
undesirable outcome—an unpleasant lifestyle that could be
avoided by making informed life choices.

Time

(Tuesday) 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Location

The Kensington Sierra Madre

245 West Sierra Madre Blvd.

Organizer

Steve Sciurbassciurba@kensingtonsl.com

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