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Supporting the Mental Health of Staff and Residents

Part 1: Recorded Tuesday, October 13, 2020

How trauma-informed care can help support employees and residents

Senior care providers are facing increased pressures and the COVID-19 pandemic has only compounded your day-to-day challenges. Workloads have increased, treatment planning is more complex, and funding is tight.With turnover rates on the rise, healthcare organizations are recognizing the obligation to improve employee retention and wellness.High staff turnover can lead to lower quality of care, and residents may already be feeling the physical and psychological effect of institutionalization.

In these webinars we discuss the importance of preserving the mental health of your staff and your residents.

Part One: Staff Mental Health
October 13, 2020 | Time: 12:00 p.m. CT

  • Understand the theory and application of trauma-informed care.
  • Learn how to become an active listener and communicate authentically with those living in your community.
  • Walk away with tips and tools to support the everyday self-care of caregivers.

Part 2: Recorded Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Part Two: Resident Mental Health
October 20, 2020 | Time: 12:00 p.m. CT

  • Identify the effects of institutionalization.
  • Learn ways to be active listeners and to communicate authentically with those living in our communities.
  • Walk away with tips and tools to support the everyday self-care of your residents.

Speakers

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Leslie Pedtke
Healthcare Consultant, Dignity Quotient

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Diana Martinez
President & CEO, Texas Assisted Living Association

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Jayne Warwick, RN, HBScN
Sr. Dir. Medical Records Compliance, PointClickCare

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Bronwyn Hockersmith, MA, LPC
Owner, Counselor, Boost Counseling & Consulting

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Toni Moran, MA, LPC
Owner, Counselor, Boost Counseling & Consulting

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Carmen Tilton, MGPS
VP of Public Policy, Texas Assisted Living Association

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Misty Miller, MSN, RN
Chief Operating Officer, Civitas Senior Living