Facilitating Reminiscence with Older Adults - Apr 25, 2014 - Health, Human Interests and Reminiscence - UW-Superior News and Events

Health, Human Interests and Reminiscence

University of Wisconsin-Superior

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Superior, WI 54880

Health, Human Interests and Reminiscence

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Facilitating Reminiscence with Older Adults

When: Apr 25, 2014 8:45 AM to 11:30 AM
Hosted by: Lighthouse of Superior, 1915 N 34th Street, Superior, WI
Facilitating Reminiscence with Older Adults

A workshop especially for professionals working in long-term care to prepare them to safely conduct reminiscence with patients and families as part of their everyday care of older adults

Limited seating! Register Early! $35.00

This is a great opportunity to learn from a long-time expert in the field. Juliette Shellman, PhD, APHN-BC is an Associate Professor, University of Connecticut School of Nursing and a member of the International Institute of Reminiscence and Life Review, a program of UW-Superior, Center for Continuing Education. For Juliette, nursing care is all about paying attention to older adults' stories. She has extensive practice and has done a great deal of research in using reminiscence to reduce depression in older adults.

At this workshop you will:

Learn the types of reminiscence used in practice, interview techniques, active listening strategies, and safe practices

Reinforce your learning through role-playing activities

Receive helpful tips and potential questions to help them facilitate reminiscence with their patients/residents/clients

Leave with a new skill you can use immediately to enrich the lives of those you provide care for

Online Registration -
This class is Full. You may call Donna Sislo at: 715-394-8170 or email her at dsislo@uwsuper.edu to see if there were any cancellantions. Thank you for your interest.

Event Contact: Donna Sislo | 715-394-8170 | dsislo{atuws}
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