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Green Bay Fall Conference
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Presenting Sponsor:

Date: November 2, 2017
Location: Tundra Lodge 865 Lombardi Ave, Green Bay, WI 54303

For questions or to register via phone, call 800.272.3900

Presenters include Dr. David Kaufman, Neurologist at Bellin Health, exploring the different forms of dementias, as well as an interactive panel of caregivers who will share their personal experiences with Alzheimer's.


Dr. David Kaufman 

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Thank you to our generous sponsors for making this event possible!

Presenting

 

Gold

Silver

AGWell
Allergan Pharmaceuticals
Compassus Hospice
Home Instead Senior Care
Pine Manor Health & Rehabilitation
The Cottages Assisted Living & Memory Care
Theda Care - Shawano Friends of Hospice
St. Paul Elder Services

Bronze

Wisconsin Public Service Contribution Team

Speaker Handouts

Mind and Memory Matters:  Early Detection and Diagnosis for Persons with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities , Brenda Bauer
(1) National Task Group - Early Detection Screen for Dementia
(2) National Task Group - Early Detection Screen for Dementia II 
(3) Mind & Memory Matters: Early Detection
(4) Mind & Memory Matters: Early Detection II

All About Dementia; Dr. David Kaufman

Alzheimer's Association Resources

The Science and Soul of Dancing with Dementia, Dianne Brakarsh
(1) Benefits of Dance
(2) Supporting Research

Caring for Your Soul, Mind and Body While Caring for Others, Jill Hoven, RN, BSN
(1) PowerPoint Presentation
(2) Caring For Yourself Notes Sheet

Benefits of Using Aromatherapy, Barbara Lemke
(1) PowerPoint Presentation
(2) Aromatherapy Types and Uses


 

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