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2019 Events Calendar

Updated: November 7, 2019

 

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CAADS 2019 Fall COnference
NOV 12-14 | CAADS FALL CONFERENCE | Torrance Marriott Redondo Beach Reservations Link

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Adult Day Services Related Events / Deadlines
NOV
5

 

Webinar — Key Findings from “Help Wanted: Californians’ Views and Experiences of Serious Illness and End-of-Life Care”
12-1PM | California Health Care Foundation (CHCF) FREE REGISTRATION

In 2019, CHCF commissioned a statewide survey to better understand the type of medical care and services Californians would prefer to receive if they had a serious illness or if they were approaching the end of life, and to explore the experiences of those actually dealing with these issues themselves or with loved ones. Join us on Tuesday, November 5, from noon–1 PM PST for a webinar discussion of key findings from the survey report, Help Wanted: Californians’ Views and Experiences of Serious Illness and End-of-Life Care.

This event is designed for media, state and national policymakers, health plans, health systems, researchers, advocates, and anyone interested in serious illness care or end-of-life care.

A video recording of this webinar, along with presentation slides and other materials, will be posted on this page after the event.

By signing up for this event, you are giving permission to have your name added to our mailing list to receive updates from CHCF. You always have the option to opt-out of these mailings at a later time.


NOV
5

 

What Matters Most in Driving Cross-Sector Partnerships for Complex Populations | 12-1PM | Center for Health Care Strategies Inc. (CHCS)
FREE REGISTRATION

It is widely recognized that good outcomes for patients with complex care needs are achievable when health care providers work locally and in tandem with community, government, and other partners. Interprofessional, cross-sector, and cross-agency collaboration between organizations that share responsibility for serving a group of individuals living in a community or particular geography is an effective way to stabilize health, decrease unnecessary utilization, improve care delivery, and reduce avoidable costs.

Why then, is it so challenging to build these collaborative partnerships and what does it take to establish partnerships that work for patients, providers, health plans, government, and community-based organizations?

This 60-minute webinar, brought to you by the Better Care Playbook and the Camden Coalition’s National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs, will cover how to establish cross-sector partnerships, using the work of Adventist Health’s Project Restoration and the Camden Coalition as case studies. Shelly Trumbo, Community Integration Executive for Adventist Health, and Victor Murray, Director of Field Building and Resources at the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers, will engage in a discussion facilitated by and co-presented with Lauran Hardin, Senior Advisor for the National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs. Shelly will focus on partnerships with multiple sectors, including police and emergency medical services, and Victor will focus on partnerships with community-based health and human services organizations.

Participants will learn how to:

  • Establish cross-sector, interprofessional collaboratives in high- and low-resource communities to address the needs of community members;
  • Identify key components for a successful cross-sector community collaborative and ways to reduce barriers to collaboration and partnership in their own work;
  • Develop strategies for mapping need, and sharing data and outcomes across organizations and communities; and
  • Design key process improvements to address social determinants of health that affect patient care, health, and wellbeing.

For more information about this webinar and the presenters, click HERE.


NOV
8

 

Navigating LBD: Is This a Crisis? - Webinar
11AM PST | Lewy Body Dementia Association (LBDA) | FREE REGISTRATION

Join LBDA for an important webinar about navigating through stressful episodes that can arise in the life of someone with LBD.

This event will help prepare LBD families for situations that sometimes result in a crisis and will offer guidance that may be useful in the moment. Our experts will explore issues like delirium and psychosis, seizures and unresponsiveness, anxiety and panic attacks, worsening depression and suicidal thoughts, and safety issues like driving.

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NOV
12

 

Self-Neglect and Hoarding Disorders | National Center on Law & Elder Rights | 11AM-12PM | FREE REGISTRATION

Lawyers working with older adults are likely to encounter challenges related to self-neglect and hoarding. Intervening in self-neglect cases can be very complicated. Clients who have a hoarding disorder may be living in conditions that make it impossible for them to live in safety, resulting in self-neglecting behaviors. This Legal Basics session will discuss the most common root causes of self-neglect and hoarding disorders, provide insight into the complexity of the issues, and offer suggestions of how to offer help. The webcast will also explore legal issues and the lawyer’s role when working with older adult clients.

The webcast will cover:

  • Understanding self-neglect and helping without harming.
  • The line between self-neglect being a human services issue and a legal issue.
  • Assessing possible hoarding disorder cases.
  • Suggestions when working with a person with hoarding disorder.
  • When hoarding becomes a legal issue.

This webcast is being presented as part of NCLER’s forthcoming Elder Justice Toolkit. Stay tuned for more!

Presenters:

  • David Godfrey, Senior Attorney, ABA Commission on Law and Aging
  • Eileen Dacey, MSW, LCSW, Clinical Specialist, North Shore Center for Hoarding and Cluttering Program

Closed captioning will be available on this webcast. A link with access to the captions will be shared through GoToWebinar’s chat box shortly before the webcast start time.

NOTE: This training will be presented in a WEBCAST format to accommodate more participants. Due to the high volume of participants, computer audio will be the only option to listen to the presentation. No telephone call-in number will be provided. Please plan accordingly. Thank you.


NOV
12-14

 

CAADS FALL CONFERENCE | Torrance Marriott Redondo Beach Reservations Link
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This three day conference is an information-filled opportunity to pursue cutting edge learning and sharing among Adult Day Services colleagues, managed care partners, California state regulators and others who make our work possible. The agenda includes ample networking opportunities with vendors, colleagues, and managed care partners. Whether you are new to the field or an experienced provider, there is something for you.

 

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