Thursday, September 3rd (Session I5) - The State of Resident Engagement in a COVID19 World

Session I5

This session describes the impact of COVID-19 on activities and life enrichment and explore the best practices and methods to address preferences of senior living residents so they live with purpose.  Taking a data driven approach from various care settings and levels of expertise, the presented analysis will offer a unique understanding on where the challenges and opportunities stand. This session will explore how providers, caregivers, residents, and family members are partnering to enhance resident engagement no matter a person’s current interests or ability. Whether you are a front-line caregiver, a manager or someone overseeing resident engagement at a corporate level, this session will provide you with exclusive insights and access to actionable data in a COVID-19 world and beyond. 

1. Understand the impact of COVID-19 on today and tomorrow’s resident engagement efforts
2. Examine the types of post COVID19 challenges facing the field of engagement and explore the aspirations of the caregiver, the resident and their families
3. Be able to create and implement person-centered and effective resident engagement strategies within the context of COVID-19

Charles de Vilmorin

CEO & Co-founder, Linked Senior, Inc

Charles de Vilmorin is passionate about honoring the older adult in our society. From his master's thesis on nursing homes, his close connections with the older adults in his family, to creating and leading Linked Senior, a digital engagement platform for senior care, Charles is an advocate for the person-centered movement. With Linked Senior, he has more than ten years of experience buildings solutions that value meaningful engagement strategies that meet the changing needs and preferences of each older adult. As featured in Senior Housing News this past summer, Charles started the Old People are Cool project to combat rampant ageism in our society and build intergenerational conversations and collaboration.

Donielle Weatherholtz-Palmer

Director of Resident Services at Shenandoah Valley Westminster Canterbury

Donielle Weatherholtz-Palmer, Director of Resident Services at Shenandoah Valley Westminster Canterbury, oversees the social work, activities, creative arts, gift shop, beauty-salon, resident concierge and volunteer departments.  Donielle is a member of the Interdisciplinary Dementia Inclusive Committee and leads the Diversity committee.  She is the chair for the Advisory Committee for the Shenandoah Area Agency on Aging. Donielle has worked as a social worker for 8 years, nursing home administrator for 2 years and now the Director for 5 years.  She holds a VA LNHA license, CDP and CMDCP certificates.

Laura Beck

Host

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(I5) The State of Resident Engagement in a COVID19 World
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I5: The State of Resident Engagement in a COVID19 World
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2 Questions Please give us your feedback. Objectives: Understand the impact of COVID-19 on today and tomorrow’s resident engagement efforts Examine the types of post COVID19 challenges facing the field of engagement and explore the aspirations of the caregiver, the resident and their families Be able to create and implement person-centered and effective resident engagement strategies within the context of COVID-19
Quiz
10 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  8/10 points to pass
10 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  8/10 points to pass
Nursing Home Administrator Certificate
1.25 NAB credits  |  Certificate available
1.25 NAB credits  |  Certificate available The National Continuing Education Review Services (NCERS) of the National Association of Long Term Care Administrator Board (NAB) has approved Pioneer Network Envisioning the Future: 2020 & Beyond Virtual Gathering program for continuing education credit. Program Approval Code: 20210831-72.75-A68660-DL. A total of 51.0 credits have been approved. Please note that .25 additional hours will be awarded for successfully completed post-tests taken. Maximum number of credits possible is 63.0.
Certified Dementia Practitioners Certificate
1.00 credit  |  Certificate available
1.00 credit  |  Certificate available Certified Dementia Practitioners – The National Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners has approved the above named program for CEUs. A total of 51.00 attendee hours are possible.
Nurses Certificate
1.00 credit  |  Certificate available
1.00 credit  |  Certificate available Nurses – This nursing continuing professional development activity was approved by the MARYLAND NURSES ASSOCIATION, an accredited approved by The American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Activity Code: BP20-03-901-1018. A total of 51.0 contact hours are possible.
Social Workers Certificate
1.00 credit  |  Certificate available
1.00 credit  |  Certificate available Social Workers – This program is Approved by the National Association of Social Workers (Approval # 886499991-2996) for 51.0 continuing education contact hours.
Activity Professional Certificate
1.00 credit  |  Certificate available
1.00 credit  |  Certificate available Live Programming - This educational offering was reviewed and approved by the National Certification Council for Activity Professionals for continuing education credits. Pre-approval has been given for 15.0 instructional hours of continuing education. Approval #NCCAP500927-21 Recorded Programming - This educational offering was reviewed and approved by the National Certification Council for Activity Professionals for continuing education credits. Pre-approval has been given for 48.0 instructional hours of continuing education. Approval #NCCAP5009282-21NT Otherwise, 1.0 instructional hours will be given for each session attended.
General Attendance Certificate
No credits available  |  Certificate available
No credits available  |  Certificate available
Recorded Session Certificate
Up to 1.25 medical credits available  |  Certificate available
Up to 1.25 medical credits available  |  Certificate available