Presenters: Megan Bailes, Kevin Grunden
As our population continues to live longer, the prevalence of dementia also continues to increase. Many of our clients desire to age-in-place, which presents a unique challenge to caregivers given the complex nature of dementia. Occupational therapists are in a position to help our clients with dementia and their caregivers remain successfully in the home. The presenters have created a program that combines in-depth caregiver training, home modifications, interdisciplinary medical and case management, with a focus on occupation-based interventions to facilitate safely aging in place for clients with dementia. Interventions, assessments, outcomes, and case studies will be reviewed.
After taking part in this webinar, participants will:
Seniors (65 years +)