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2020-2021 Events Calendar

Updated: May 22, 2020

 


PAST WEBINAR RECORDINGS / HANDOUTS
ORDER FORM: Fill-In :: Write-On
  • Coronavirus Emergency Update | MAR 30, 2020 (this CAADS Webinar was FREE to ALL)
  • Questions? Contact Pamela Amundsen, Manager of Education & Events pam@caads.org


    CAADS EVENTS / DEADLINES AT-A-GLANCE a
    MAY
    26
    CAADS COVID-19 Guidance Webinar Series Part 9

    Tuesda,  May 26 | 10 - 11:30 AM PDT | CAADS COVID-19 Guidance Webinar Series
    Part 9

    Save the Date for Part 10 - June 1, 2020

    WHAT WE WILL COVER
    Join us for an advocacy focused webinar and learn what you can do to save ADHC from elimination. Meet our new communications consultant and how to use social media and a new advocacy tool that we will unveil during the webinar. Hear about media successes to date and what you can do to help get the word out. Come prepared to take action!

    PRESENTERS
    Christin Hemann, Executive Director, CAADS
    Lydia Missaelides, MHA, Executive Director, Alliance for Leadership and Education
    Maureen Erwin, Communications and Campaign Consultant
    Panel of Providers

    CAADS Members: No Charge for the entire series
    Non-member: Register for Part 9 for $129 OR both Part 9 & Part 10 for $199.00, per email/registrant
    Non-Member Registration Form: FILL IN :: WRITE ON

    Registration Questions: Contact Pamela Amundsen, Manager of Education & Events pam@caads.org



    Upcoming Webinars and Events by Others
    MAY
    20 and 27
    OVERVIEW
    UCSF WEBINAR SERIES: DEMENTIA CARE DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

    These dementia care webinars are intended to provide practical information for family caregivers impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, and the professionals who support them. The webinars will be offered weekly on Wednesdays, via Zoom, and facilitated by members of the UCSF Memory and Aging Center’s (MAC) Behavior Task Force, in partnership with family caregivers and Institute on Aging. The format will be a 45-minute presentation followed by a Q & A session where questions from participants will be answered. Sessions will be recorded and made available at memory.ucsf.edu/covid.

    CE CREDITS:

    One CE credit available for RNs, LCSWs, MFTs, LPCCs, LEPs and attorneys.

    Continuing Education Information (1.0 Continuing Education Unit): BRN; CAMFT; MCLE. Also note that BBS no longer delivers CEs. CAMFT is an approved BBS provider and offers CEs to MFTs and LCSW, LPCCs and LEPs.

    If you seek 1.0 professional Continuing Education Unit, please indicate this when you register through Zoom. There will be no charge for this.

    For further information, grievances, concerns, and special accommodations for disabilities, please contact Caitlin Morgan, Education Manager, Institute on Aging, at cmorgan@ioaging.org, or (415) 750-4114.

    Introductory Level: No knowledge of the specific content area is required—you need not have in-depth knowledge or skills. The activity will provide information in accordance with basic knowledge of the topic.

    All Continuing Education certificates will be delivered digitally, within 7 working days of the event. An evaluation-test will be sent electronically to all CE registrants who attend the entire webinar. This electronic evaluation must be completed in order to qualify for a CE certificate.

    Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing (BRN), Provider # CEP13610, for 1.0 Contact Hour.

    CAMFT: Institute on Aging is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists to sponsor continuing education for this program. IOA maintains responsibility for the course and its content. Course meets the qualifications for 1.0 hour of continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and/or LEPs. CAMFT provider number is #135377.

    State Bar of California (MCLE): Course meets the qualifications for 1.0 hour of continuing education credit for Attorneys (Provider #13264).


    MAY
    20
    WEBINAR: COVID-19 and IHSS Updates

    MAY 20 | 11 AM -12:30 PM PDT | Justice in Aging | FREE to ATTEND

    Older adults, people with disabilities, and their families and caregivers are among those hardest hit by both the COVID-19 virus and the resulting social distancing orders. IHSS providers and consumers are both affected and may have questions about what has changed.

    This free webinar, co-organized by Justice in Aging and Disability Rights California and hosted by Disability Rights California, will discuss changes to IHSS rules during the COVID-19 pandemic, including the moratorium on negative actions, increased IHSS hours, assessment/reassessments, provider orientation and enrollment, parent-provider restrictions, Electronic Visit Verification, and more.

    Who should attend:
    Legal services attorneys and aging and disability service providers.

    Presenters:

    • Claire Ramsey, Justice in Aging
    • Nicholas Levenhagen, Disability Rights California
    • Vi Tran, Disability Rights California

    This webinar is hosted on Zoom. To join by video: https://zoom.us/j/99097577404?pwd=ekJqb2JYdElZUWNmUi9nZDFKSW11UT09
    To join by phone: 1 (669) 900-6833

    If you’d like to sign up for Disability Rights California updates, go to https://www.disabilityrightsca.org


    MAY
    20

     

    UCSF WEBINAR SERIES: DEMENTIA CARE DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
    “Maintaining Medication Safety at a Distance”

    MAY 20 | 11:30 AM PDT | Institue on Aging | FREE to ATTEND

    These dementia care webinars are intended to provide practical information for family caregivers impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, and the professionals who support them. The webinars will be offered weekly on Wednesdays, via Zoom, and facilitated by members of the UCSF Memory and Aging Center’s (MAC) Behavior Task Force, in partnership with family caregivers and Institute on Aging. The format will be a 45-minute presentation followed by a Q & A session where questions from participants will be answered. Sessions will be recorded and made available at memory.ucsf.edu/covid. One CE credit available for RNs, LCSWs, MFTs, LPCCs, LEPs and attorneys. (see CE CREDITS above).

    PRESENTER
    Lisa Morse , RN, CNRN, and Amy Liu, PharmD, UCSF Memory and Aging Center

    Objectives:

    • Describe at least three potential medication safety concerns that may arise for family caregivers during shelter in place
    • Identify medication access and organization options to make it easier for caregivers to manage medications from a distance
    • Discuss medication administration strategies for individuals with cognitive impairment


    MAY
    27

     

    UCSF WEBINAR SERIES: DEMENTIA CARE DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC | “Managing Dementia-related Behaviors While Sheltering in Place”

    MAY 27 | 11:30 AM PDT | Institue on Aging | FREE to ATTEND

    These dementia care webinars are intended to provide practical information for family caregivers impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, and the professionals who support them. The webinars will be offered weekly on Wednesdays, via Zoom, and facilitated by members of the UCSF Memory and Aging Center’s (MAC) Behavior Task Force, in partnership with family caregivers and Institute on Aging. The format will be a 45-minute presentation followed by a Q & A session where questions from participants will be answered. Sessions will be recorded and made available at memory.ucsf.edu/covid. One CE credit available for RNs, LCSWs, MFTs, LPCCs, LEPs and attorneys. (see CE CREDITS above).

    Presenter:
    Jennifer Merrilees, RN, PhD, and Mary De May, MD, UCSF Memory and Aging Center

    Objectives:

    • Describe the impact of dementia on changes in personality and behavior
    • Explore non-pharmacological and pharmacological strategies for managing behaviors such as agitation, resistance to care, delusions and wandering while sheltering in plac
    • Identify at least three community resources that can be helpful to caregivers dealing with challenging behavior symptoms


    MAY
    28

     

    Master Plan for Aging (MPA) Stakeholder Advisory Committee (SAC) meetings will resume

    MAY 28 | 9 AM - 12 PM PDT | Ca. Dept. of Aging | Webinar Details Available Soon

    The California Department of Aging is pleased to announce that after a pause due to a focus on COVID-19 rapid response efforts, Master Plan for Aging (MPA) Stakeholder Advisory Committee (SAC) meetings will resume on Thursday, May 28th. Due to continued physical distancing recommendations, this SAC meeting will be held virtually via Zoom. This will be a public meeting with time reserved for public comment.

    The agenda will include updates on the response to COVID-19 by the Department of Aging and partnering organizations, as well as a discussion about how to collectively move forward with the Master Plan for Aging.

    Questions: Contact EnGAGE@aging.ca.gov

    Thank you for your continued interest in the Master Plan for Aging! Please stay safe and stay connected.

    JUN
    10

     

    Webinar — Expanding Palliative Care in Rural Settings: Challenges and Strategies

    JUN 10 | Noon - 1 PM PDT | California Health Care Foundation
    REGISTER for FREE

    As the demand for palliative care has expanded into California’s immense and disparate rural areas, health plans and palliative care providers have faced unique challenges. This webinar will address some of the common barriers and strategies to address them, based on experiences from the California Health Care Foundation's recent rural palliative care initiative.

    Presenter:
    Kathleen Kerr, Kerr Healthcare Analytics

    By signing up for this event, you are providing consent for CHCF to contact you with updates that are relevant to your work. You will always be able to unsubscribe to the updates if they are no longer relevant to you



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