Coping with Change and Loss

COPING WITH
CHANGE AND LOSS:

REGAINING NORMALCY FROM THE IMPACTS OF COVID-19

This webinar is made possible through a generous Quality of Life Grant
from the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation
 Register Today!

10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Zoom Webinar

Audio is available either
by computer or phone.


The link to the webinar will be sent to you within 48 hours
 COST: $10**Special Discount Code**The Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation is committed to providing opportunities to individuals with paralysis. In keeping with their mission, webinar scholarships are available for those living with paralysis, their family members and caregivers. If you or a family member is living with paralysis, please enter the following code at check-out to receive a scholarship.  Code: Superman 2.0 Social Word CEUs Available
“NASW-PA Chapter is a co-sponsor of this workshop.  NASW has been designated as a pre-approved provider of professional continuing education for social workers (Section 47.36), Marriage and Family Therapist (Section 48.36) and Professional Counselors (Section 49.36) by the PA State Board of Social Workers, Marriage & Family Therapists and Professional Counselors.” Description
As aging seniors go through landmark ages, 60, 70, 80, change and loss is inevitable. Those experiences can bring about feelings of fear, anxiety, and anger. It is imperative that support staff are able to help bring balance between the losses and joy.
This training will discuss support an understanding of Dementia and Alzheimer’s. The below objectives will be covered in through supportive information and a video. The 5 Stages of Grief is a process that helps aging adults to acknowledge, process and express their experiences of loss. The Five Stages of Grief will be examined through a common loss of mobility. Families and staff will be provided with strategies to help aging adults cope with loss during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Objectives Understanding dementia and Alzheimer’s Defining communication Exploring change and loss in aging patients Grieving loss The 5 stages of grief Impact of COVID pandemic Coping strategies for change during COVID Identify the increased adverse affects with communication and the influence of  Social Determinants of Health to persons with motor impairments, as a result of Covid-19Review ways to create a disability-inclusive response during the pandemic Target Audience
This training is for older adults, and those living with paralysis, as well as those who provide care to individuals living with paralysis. In addition, this training is also for those who work in community settings such as aging care managers, housing staff, nurses, social workers, counselors, acute care and long-term care staff, substance abuse and mental health providers, as well as family members. Tuesday
April 5 REGISTER NOW  For a full list of upcoming webinars, please click the button below: Webinar Information PennCares can bring this training to your area. We provide training services across the state of Pennsylvania.  Call or email us for pricing information. Don’t see a topic you are looking for? Call or email us as we can customize your staffing needs.  Contact dallen@penncares.org or 717-632-5552, Ext. 1000FRIEND ON FACEBOOKVISIT OUR PAGE Copyright © *2022* PennCares Support Services, All rights reserved.
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