Dementia Care Best Practices at the Philadelphia Memory Care Forum

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I’d love to see you at the first-ever Memory Care Forum in Philadelphia.
I’ll be presenting a session called The Key Components of Memory Care Best Practice and Why They Matter.
If you provide dementia care or you’re entering the industry, you know that dementia care is one of the most complex types of care to provide. To do it successfully, you need a high degree of specialized skills, organizational preparation, and environmental planning.
In my session, we’ll examine the complexities of providing memory care and the skills and planning it takes to overcome challenges and achieve success. Taking place on Tuesday, May 24 from 9:45 a.m. to 10:45 a.m., the session will help you:
  • Identify common dementia care risks and challenges
  • Describe key components of memory care best practice
  • Understand the relationship between memory care best practice and quality outcomes  
This session is one part of the Memory Care Forum that’s being held by the Institute for the Advancement of Senior Care. Taking place May 23–24, the conference is bringing together 200 of the nation’s leading care providers to discuss topics including:
  • Staffing for memory care
  • Dementia care without drugs
  • Financing memory care delivery
  • Memory care culture change

Registration discount

The forum is going to be the perfect collaboration platform for likeminded professionals whose mission is to make life better for our seniors and their families. Join us by clicking below, and you’ll receive a 15% discount when you enter code DCS15.


Let’s collaborate

My favorite part of any conference is engaging one-on-one with long-term care professionals who strive to be the premier providers in their area. I’d love to talk with you about how to create the community you desire and our seniors deserve. Feel free to email me and we’ll schedule a time to connect at the conference.
Looking forward to seeing you there!
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“I implore you to demand the training and education essential to ensuring the physical and emotional health, function, and safety of persons with Alzheimer’s and related dementias.”

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