Free CEUs

#1600 Communicating with Compassion: Having the Difficult Conversation
Presenter: Visiting Nurse Association of Ohio
Sponsored by VNA, Emerald Village and UH St John Medical Center

As healthcare providers, we are entrusted to provide our patients with information that enables them to make choices
in their care. Sometimes that includes breaking difficult news about treatment and cure. This presentation will
help the clinician develop confidence when holding these crucial conversations. In order for our patients to achieve
the best outcome, they must be informed to make the best individualized healthcare choice.

Thursday July 7
5:30 pm Registration and refreshments
6:00 pm CE Program

Emerald Village
30344 Lorain Rd, North Olmsted

1.0 contact hours for nurses and social workers
RSVP-877-597-6348




#1601 Prognostication: Indicators and Tools
Presented by Compassus Hospice
Sponsored by Compassus Hospice, Genesis Healthcare West Bay and UH St John Medical Center


Participants will be able to define prognostication; state the impact of prognostication on patient care, discharge planning, and the use of hospice services; identify physician barriers to prognostication; and describe some of the tools to determine prognosis in specific diseases.

Tuesday July 12
7:30 am - Registration and refreshments
8:00 am - CE Program

West Bay Center and Rehabilitation Center
27601 Westchester Parkway, Westlake

1.0 contact hour for nurses and social workers
RSVP-877-597-6348




#1602 De-Escalation Tactics for Healthcare Professionals
James T. Kamholz, Jr., UH SJMC Security and Defensive Tactics Instructor
Sponsored by O'Neill Healthcare Bay Village and UH St John Medical Center


The purpose of this training is to teach employees techniques that will enable them to de-escalate a situation involving a person in crisis.

Wednesday July 13
7:30 am - Registration and refreshments
8:00 am - CE program

O’Neill Healthcare Bay Village (formerly Bradley Bay)
605 Bradley Road, Bay Village

1.0 contact hour for nurses only
RSVP- 877-597-6348




#1603 Palliative Care: How it Can Reduce Hospital Readmission Rates
Presenter: Tigue Oeflein, Hospice of the Western Reserve
Sponsored by Home Instead Senior Care, HWR, Lutheran Home at Concord Reserve and UH SJMC


At the end of this program you will be able to:
-Describe how palliative care meets the needs of the patient and family
-Discuss how out-patient palliative care can be utilized upon hospital discharge
-Discuss how palliative care might help to prevent frequent readmissions to the hospital
-Discuss any misunderstandings about hospice and palliative care

Thursday July 21
7:30am - Registration and refreshments
8:00am - CE Program

Lutheran Home at Concord Reserve
2116 Dover Center Rd, Westlake
 
1.0 contact hours for nurses and social workers
RSVP-877-597-6348

*An additional free online CEU will also be given to take home (compliments of Home Instead Senior Care).




#1604 Coma Communication
Presenter: Rachel Berry, Stein Hospice
Sponsored by Westlake Rehabilitation Center, Stein Hospice and UH SJMC


Learn how to work with people in remote states, such as coma, confusion, delirium, deep depression, Alzheimer’s and near-death. Techniques taught in this training improve the support and care given to these patients by helping them become more aware of themselves and their experiences. This specific kind of support has been show to help individuals complete unfinished business, make spiritual connections and to do their inner work.

Wednesday July 27
4:30 pm - Registration and refreshments
5:00 pm - CE Program

Westlake Rehabilitation (Formerly The Orchards of Westlake)
4000 Crocker Road, Westlake

1.0 contact hour for nurses and social workers
RSVP-877-597-6348




#1605 Dignifying Dementia with Therapeutic Interventions
Presenter: Hospice of the Western Reserve


Sponsored by Hospice of the Western Reserve, The Woods at French Creek and UH SJMC
This program will identify three characteristics of time for persons with the diagnosis of dementia, explain possible benefits applying Habilitation Therapy and discuss appropriate techniques to validate persons diagnosed with dementia based upon Naomi Feil’s method.

Wednesday August 3
7:30 am-Registration and refreshments
8:00 am- CE Program

The Woods of French Creek
37845 Colorado Ave, Avon

1.0 contact hours for nurses and social workers
RSVP-877-597-6348




#1606 Alternative Therapies for Alzheimer's and Dementia:

Presenter: Lisa Anthony, Marketing Director, Arden Courts Sponsored by; Arden Courts and UH St John Medical Center Learn how music therapy, art therapy, pet therapy and aroma therapy all play a significant role in helping persons suffering from Alzheimer's and dementia

Tuesday August 9
7:30 am- Registration and refreshments
8:00am-CE Program

Arden Courts
28400 Center Ridge Road, Westlake

1.0 CEU for nurses and social workers RSVP-877-597-6348




#1607 Entitlement and the Family: When Only the Best Will Do

Presenter: David Zientarski, RN – Clinical Nurse Manager, Senior Bridge
Sponsored by Senior Bridge, The Belvedere and UH St John Medical Center

Description: This program will address the concept of “entitlement” and its influence on behavior. It will define “entitlement,” identify categories and examine etiology. It will also use case material to explore the myriad of issues care managers must addressing in providing services to the aging dysfunctional family.

Wednesday August 10
7:30 a.m. Registration and Refreshments
8:00 a.m. CE Program

The Belvedere
29591 Detroit Rd, Westlake

1.0 contact hour for nurses and social workers (RSVP-877-597-6348)




#1608 Relaxed & Ready: Proactive Steps to Wellness
Presenter: Laura Hazen, Education Director, Hanson Services
Sponsored by Manor Care and UH St John Medical Center


This program arms you with a variety of strategies and best practices, from practical to philosophical, your clients may use to take charge of their physical and mental well being. Going beyond stress management, the techniques are great for general wellness and managing chronic conditions.

Tuesday, August 16
11:30 am Registration and Refreshments
12:00 pm CE Program

Manor Care of North Olmsted
23225 Lorain Road, North Olmsted

1.0 contact hour for nurses and social workers (RSVP-877-597-6348)




#1609 Differentiating Between Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia
Presenter: Visiting Nurse Association of Ohio
Sponsored by VNA, The Normandy Senior Living and UH St John Medical Center


Develop an understanding of the basic characteristics of Alzheimer's and various dementias and examine several pharmacological and non pharmacological interventions for behavior management. Explore resources for clients, families and caregivers to remain healthy and safe in their home.

Wednesday August 17
4:30 p.m. Registration and Refreshments
5:00 p.m. CE Program

The Normandy Senior Living Care Center
22709 Lake Ave, Rocky River

1.0 contact hour for nurses and social workers (RSVP-877-597-6348)




#1610 R – E – S – P – E – C – T (NEW TOPIC)
Presenter: Terri O’Reilly M. Ed, Lakeshore Educational
Sponsored by Brighton Gardens and UH St John Medical Center


“I’m not asking you to like me, but you have to respect me.” Have you ever heard something similar to this? Respect is a “buzz” word that seems to stay in style. R&B Queen, Aretha Franklin did a remake of the famous RESPECT song (originally performed by Ottis Redding), in 1967 and it continues to be a staple for listeners of all ages. Participants in this workshop will define respect and ways it is used in relationships; identify other character traits that foster respect in relationships; and explore how nonverbal actions can affect one’s perception of being respected or giving respect.

Thursday August 18
7:30 am - Registration and refreshments
8:00 am - CE Program

Brighton Gardens of Westlake
27819 Center Ridge Road Westlake OH

1.0 contact hour for nurses, counselors and social workers (RSVP-877-597-6348)




#1611 Recognizing the Patient at Risk
Victoria Kayatin, RN, BSN SJMC
Sponsored by O’Neil Healthcare North Ridgeville and UH St. John Medical Center


The objectives of this presentation are to recognize conditions and situations that can place elderly patients at risk for respiratory failure, cardiac arrhythmias and dehydration and to implement prevention strategies and interventions that can reduce or manage the risks for de-compensation and hospitalization.

Thursday August 25
7:30 a.m. Registration and Refreshments
8:00 a.m. CE Program

O’Neill Healthcare North Ridgeville (formerly Center Ridge Health Campus)
38600 Center Ridge Road, North Ridgeville

1.0 contact hour for nurses ONLY




#1612 Social Media and Professional Boundaries
Presenter: Stein Hospice
Sponsored by Avon Oaks, Stein Hospice and UH St John Medical Center

An interactive discussion on the application of practitioner’s boundaries, with the focus upon both patient centered care and the evolution of social media into both the consumer’s and healthcare professional’s everyday lifestyle and workplace. With rapid technological changes and methods of communication in healthcare and in society, and the subsequent issues that surface, we hope to give nurses and other healthcare professional’s insight into how they can be responsive to the needs of the patient, while maintaining conformance with professional boundaries.

Tuesday September 13
7:30 am - Registration and refreshments
8:00 am - CE Program

Avon Oaks
37800 French Creek Road, Avon

RSVP-877-597-6348 (Nursing CE 1 contact hour – meets 1 hr. of Category A Nursing Law and Rules) & (Social Work 1 clock hour – meets 1 hr. of Ethics Requirement)




#1613 TO TWEET, TO BLOG, TO POST, OH MY!
Therese Ashie, RN, BSN, CHPN, Crossroads Hospice
Sponsored by Crossroads Hospice, Manor Care of North Olmsted and UH St John Medical Center


Social media and healthcare bring together new risks and benefits for workers. These will be discussed along with measures to protect yourself while using this technology.

Tuesday September 13
11:30 am Registration and Refreshments
12:00 pm CE Program

Manor Care of North Olmsted
23225 Lorain Road, North Olmsted

1.0 contact hour for nurses and social workers (RSVP-877-597-6348)




#1614 He Said, She Said: Bridging the Gap Between Gender Communication Styles
Presenter: Susan Fee M.Ed., PCC, Lakeshore Educational
Sponsored by Life Care Center of Westlake and UH St John Medical Center


Is it true that men don’t listen and women repeat themselves? Do women talk too much while men don’t share enough? Research suggests there are distinct differences in the way men and women communicate. These gender differences can cause conflict, misunderstandings, and negatively affect patient care. Learn the biological and social reasons behind our differences and practical ways to communicate more effectively with the opposite sex.

Wednesday, September 14
5:00 pm – Registration and Refreshments
5:30 pm –CE Program

Life Care Center of Westlake
26520 Center Ridge Road, Westlake

1 contact hour for Social Workers, Counselors, and Nurses (RSVP-877-597-6348)




#1615 The Amazing Value of Peer Support (NEW TOPIC)
Presenter: Thomas O’Reilly MS, PCC-S
Sponsored by Brighton Gardens and UH St John Medical Center


The healthcare industry as we know it is changing on a daily basis. Given the changes in reimbursements and the quest to provide care for all Americans, there is a strong push to find the most effective ways to help others get well, and to employ best-practices in that care. Fortunately, peer support is one of those best-practices and has shown amazing benefits to not only the patient, but also the care giving facility and the peer supporter. In this workshop, participants will explore an overview of “Recovery Model” in healthcare. They will consider definitions and get a clearer picture of the role of peer support as an intervention. They will explore both well-established and uncharted ways to most effectively utilize a peer supporter as part of the care team.

Thursday September 15
7:30 am - Registration and refreshments
8:00 am - CE Program

Brighton Gardens of Westlake
27819 Center Ridge Road Westlake OH

1.0 contact hour for nurses, counselors and social workers (RSVP-877-597-6348)




#1616 Tips and Tools for Better Interaction with Persons with Alzheimer’s and Related Dementias
Presenter: Laura Hazen, Educational Director for Hanson Services
Sponsored by Westlake Village and UH St John Medical Center


Looks at changes that occur to the brain during progressive dementia and how those changes affect memory and communication specifically. A variety of tips and visual tools are suggested to improve interactive communication including ways to make the most of spared bits of memory. Tips for the hospital setting included.

Tuesday September 20
7:30 am - Registration and refreshments
8:00 am - CE Program

Brookdale Senior Living-Westlake Village
28550 Center Ridge Road Westlake OH

1.0 contact hour for: Case Managers, Social Workers, Counselors, and Nurses (877-597-6348)




#1617 GRANDMA IS THE MEAN GIRL
Therese Ashie, RN, BSN, CHPN, Crossroads Hospice
Sponsored by Crossroads Hospice, The Gardens at Westlake and UH St John Medical Center


Bullying conjures up images of high school students picking on other students, but mean spiritedness is not limited to adolescents. It can be a concern to seniors living in communal communities. This presentation addresses the specific needs of seniors and facility tips to deploy situations early on.

Thursday September 22
7:30 am - Registration and refreshments
8:00 am - CE Program

The Gardens at Westlake
27569 Detroit Road Westlake OH

1.0 contact hour for nurses and social workers (877-597-6348)




#1618 The Three Ds: Dementia, Depression and Delirium
Presenter: David Zientarski, RN – Clinical Nurse Manager, Senior Bridge
Sponsored by Senior Bridge, The Normandy Senior Living and UH St John Medical Center


Description: This session will discuss and describe the symptoms, epidemiology, assessment tools and cultural considerations that need to be understood when working with an aging population who may have these complex mental health issues. The increasing incidence and the complexity of differentially diagnosing these diseases in the elderly make it critically important for care managers to have basic knowledge about depression, dementia and delirium and learn how to differentiate one from the other.

Monday September 26
4:30 p.m. Registration and Refreshments
5:00 p.m. CE Program

The Normandy Senior Living Apartments
22701 Lake Ave, Rocky River

1.0 contact hour for nurses, CCM and social workers (RSVP-877-597-6348)




#1619 Louder Than Words: Understanding and Responding to Unpredictable Behavior in Persons with Cognitive Impairment Presenter: Laura Hazen, Education Director, Hanson Services
Sponsored by Riverview Pointe Care Center and UH St John Medical Center

 
This program offers a better understanding of unpredictable behaviors by seeing them, not as problems to be solved, but as communication to be understood. Includes discussion on causes and triggers, and provides a variety of approaches for responding to and interacting with persons with dementia aimed at improving their well being.

Wednesday September 28
7:30am-Registration and refreshments
8:00am- CE Program

Riverview Pointe Care Center
9027 Columbia Rd, Olmsted Falls

1.0 contact hours for Case Managers, Social Workers, Counselors, and Nurses (RSVP-877-597-6348)




#1620 Unraveling the Mysteries of Wills and Trusts 25
Presenter: Janet Lowder, Attorney-Hickman and Lowder Co.
Sponsored by O’Neill Healthcare Bay Village, Hickman & Lowder Co. and UH St John Medical Center


It is estimated that 70% of Americans die without a will and families are left to sort out the often complex and challenging legal, financial and personal details following the death of a loved one. Professionals in the field of aging and disability are often in a position to advise clients about planning for their future and that of their loved ones. This session will address the type of advance planning documents available, the scope of such documents and the value of pre-planning.

Thursday September 29
7:30 a.m. Registration and Refreshments
8:00 a.m. CE Program

O'Neill Healthcare Bay Village (formerly Bradley Bay)
605 Bradley Road, Bay Village

1.0 contact hour for social workers
RSVP-877-597-6348

NOTE: Ohio Board of Nursing rules (#4723-14-05, Item A-6) state that a nurse can receive credit for “a continuing education activity that has been approved by an agency that regulates a health care profession or discipline in Ohio or another jurisdiction.”




#1621 Ethical Wills – Sharing Values Across Generations
Presenter: Terry Fries- Maloy MSW LISW, Hickman and Lowder Co
Sponsored by O’Neill Healthcare North Olmsted, Hickman and Lowder CO and UH St John Medical Center


Ethical wills have been around for centuries as a means of communicating one’s wisdom, values and love to one’s descendants. This class will review the history of ethical wills and address the resurgence of ethical will making. It will outline the purpose, value and design of these documents and give participants a basis for promoting the development of ethical wills with their clients. Talk is given by a licensed social worker.

Tuesday October 4
4:30 p.m. Registration and Refreshments
5:00 p.m. CE Program

O'Neill Healthcare North Olmsted (formerly known as Wellington Place)
4800 Claque Road, North Olmsted

1.0 contact hour for social workers, counselors, marriage and family therapists
RSVP-877-597-6348

NOTE: Ohio Board of Nursing rules (#4723-14-05, Item A-6) state that a nurse can receive credit for “a continuing education activity that has been approved by an agency that regulates a health care profession or discipline in Ohio or another jurisdiction.”




#1622 PROFESSIONAL BOUNDARIES IN THE WORKPLACE
Presenter: Therese Ashie, RN, BSN, CHPN, Crossroads Hospice
Sponsored by Crossroads Hospice, Genesis Healthcare West Bay and UH St John Medical Center


This program discusses how to maintain boundaries with coworkers to keep a professional work environment and good working relationships.

Thursday October 6
7:30 am- Registration and refreshments
8:00 am- CE Program

West Bay Center and Rehabilitation Center
27601 Westchester Parkway, Westlake

1.0 contact hour for nurses and social workers (counts as a social work ethics)
RSVP-877-597-6348




#1623 DID I REALLY SAY THAT
Presenter: Therese Ashie, RN, BSN, CHPN, Crossroads Hospice
Sponsored by Crossroads Hospice, Manor Care of North Olmsted and UH St John Medical Center


HIPPA and confidentiality are examined. This policy was updated and a must for all health professionals.

Tuesday October 11
11:30 am Registration and Refreshments
12:00 pm CE Program

Manor Care of North Olmsted
23225 Lorain Road, North Olmsted

1.0 contact hour for nurses and social workers
RSVP-877-597-6348





#1624 Taking Charge After Discharge: Helping Patients Stay Healthy at Home
Presenter: Laura Hazen, Educational Director, Hanson Services
Sponsored by Lutheran Home at Concord Reserve and UH St John Medical Center

This program offers healthcare professionals information and resources to help guide their patients toward better self-management of chronic conditions, once they leave the doctor’s office or hospital room. It provides educational tools and resources to offer clients to help them make healthy lifestyle choices and then turn those choices into lifelong healthy habits.

Wednesday October 12
7:30am-Registration and refreshments
8:00am-CE Program

Lutheran Home at Concord Reserve
2116 Dover Center Rd, Westlake

1.0 Case Managers, Social Workers, Counselors, and Nurses
RSVP-877-597-6348





#1625 Ethical Boundaries: Sacred Trust, Dual Relationships and Social Media
Presenter: Thomas O’Reilly MS, PCC-S
Sponsored by Brighton Gardens and UH St John Medical Center

While we would agree that ethics is an important element in virtually every part of society, it is an essential part of the healthcare profession. In this workshop, participants will revisit what healthy ethical boundaries are and are not. We will take a closer look at the sacred trust placed in us by those we serve and the need for healthy boundaries regarding confidentiality. The definition of what constitutes dual relationships in each profession will be considered. We will also wrestle with the function of healthy ethical boundaries in the world of social media. Lastly, we will apply these ethical boundaries to case-scenarios.

Thursday October 20
4:30 pm - Registration and light dinner
5:00-8:00 pm - CE Program

Brighton Gardens of Westlake
27819 Center Ridge Road Westlake OH

Three contact hours for nurses, counselors and social workers (RSVP-877-597-6348)




#1626 Holy Hell: Suffering by Another Name 25
Hospice of the Western Reserve
Sponsored by Hospice of the Western Reserve, Riverview Pointe Care Center &UH St John Medical Center

The objectives of this program are to:
• Define Anger at End of Life
• Identify the signs and symptoms of Anger in End-of-Life patients
• Describe appropriate interventions to help patients deal with anger

Tuesday October 25
5:00 pm- Registration and Refreshments
5:30 pm- CE Program

River Pointe Care Center
9027 Columbia Road, Olmsted Falls 44138

1.0 contact hour Nurse, Social Worker, Physician
RSVP-877-597-6348




#1627-Understanding Dementia Related Behavior
Presenter: Alzheimer’s Association
Sponsored by The Alzheimer’s Association, O’Neill Fairview and UH St John Medical Center

Behavior is a powerful form of communication and is one of the primary ways for people with dementia to communicate their needs and feelings as the ability to use language is lost. However, some behaviors can present real challenges for caregivers to manage. Join us to learn to decode behavioral messages, identify common behavior triggers, and learn strategies to help intervene with some of the most common behavioral challenges of Alzheimer's disease.

Tuesday November 1
7:30 am Registration and refreshments
8:00 am - CE Program

O'Neill Healthcare Fairview Park,
20770 Lorain Rd Fairview Park

1.0 hour for nurses and social workers (RSVP-877-597-6348)




#1628 SEXUALITY IN THE OLDER ADULT
Presenter: Therese Ashie, RN, BSN, CHPN, Crossroads Hospice
Sponsored by Crossroads Hospice, Life Care Center of Westlake and UH St John Medical Center

Discusses with professionals the basic human needs of individuals and incorporates how sexuality is among them. Teaches families and healthcare team how to professionally recognize and discuss sexual issues

Wednesday, November 2
5:00 pm – Registration and Refreshments
5:30 pm –CE Program

Life Care Center of Westlake
26520 Center Ridge Road, Westlake

1.0 contact hour for Social Worker and Nurses
RSVP-877-597-6348





#1629 An Overview of Home Care
Presenter: Visiting Nurse Association of Ohio
Sponsored by VNA, The Gardens at Westlake and UH St John Medical Center

Gain a better understanding of "skilled need" and "homebound status" and their relationship with obtaining home health care services. Review Medicare documentation related to conditions of participation. Examine specific home healthcare interventions to help prevent re-hospitalizations.

Thursday November 3
7:30 am - Registration and refreshments
8:00 am - CE Program

The Gardens at Westlake
27569 Detroit Road Westlake OH

1.0 contact hour for nurses and social workers
RSVP-877-597-6348





#1630 Safe Transitions: Care Coordination
Presenter: David Zientarski, RN – Clinical Nurse Manager, Senior Bridge
Sponsored by Senior Bridge, The Normandy Senior Living and UH St John Medical Center

Description: This interactive session will focus on providing safe transitions based upon a strengths based and interdisciplinary approach to care. First, we will explore the factors that impact transitions from the hospital to home in a negative manner and cause unnecessary re-hospitalizations or other adverse outcomes. Then we will explore those factors in the work relationship between the client system and the care manager that facilitates a healthier approach to stabilizing the plan of care. Finally, we discuss the positive outcomes that result to the hospital, the client system and the case managers by providing a safe transition home.

Monday November 7
4:30 p.m. Registration and Refreshments
5:00 p.m. CE Program

The Normandy Senior Living Care Center
22709 Lake Ave, Rocky River

1.0 contact hour for nurses and social workers
RSVP-877-597-6348




#1631 A Soldier Always
Presenter: Stein Hospice
Sponsored by Avon Oaks, Stein Hospice and St John Medical Center

The purpose of this training is to provide education on the unique needs of caring for our Veterans at end-of-life. An awareness of their culture and history and the documented impact of that on their behavior and presenting symptoms is essential to understanding best practices and approaches to care for this unique group of individuals.

Tuesday November 8
7:30 am - Registration and refreshments
8:00 am - CE Program

Avon Oaks
37800 French Creek Road, Avon

1.0 contact hour for Nurses and Social Workers
RSVP-877-597-6348




#1632 Support in Your Sweatpants: The Pros and Cons of Online Groups
Presenter: Julia Ellifrit, LISW, Program/Education Director Cornerstone of Hope
Sponsored by Westlake Village and UH St John Medical Center

Traditional therapies take place in clinician’s offices, during regular business hours. Some programs even have in-home support available, but only during traditional office hours. Peer based support is available 24 hours/day via the internet. While most of these groups are not monitored or even facilitated by a licensed clinician, they can often be a source of comfort during times that traditional counseling services are not available. However, there are pitfalls in utilizing this type of support. This program will address the pros and cons of seeking support outside the traditional method of counseling and social services, including liabilities and ethical considerations.

Tuesday November 15
7:30 am - Registration and refreshments
8:00 am - CE Program

Brookdale Senior Living-Westlake Village
28550 Center Ridge Road Westlake OH

1.0 contact hour for nurses and social workers
RSVP-877-597-6348





#1633 Pharmacogenetics
Presented by ViaQuest Home Health and Hospice
Sponsored by ViaQuest, West Bay Care Center and UH St John Medical Center

This program is an introduction to pharmacogenetics, the study of how the genes can impact medication, eliminating the guesswork out of prescribing the most effective medication for an individual. This course includes the overview of pharmacogenetics, the clinical application of pharmacogenetics, panels tested in pharmacogenetics (including pain management, behavioral health, cardiac medications and insurance coverage).

Wednesday November 16
4:30pm- Registration and refreshments
5:00pm- CE Program

West Bay Center and Rehabilitation Center
27601 Westchester Parkway, Westlake

1.0 contact hour for nurses and social workers
RSVP-877-597-6348




#1634 Sadness and Depression
Presenter: Matt Williams MA, PCC-S
Sponsored by Brighton Gardens and UH St John Medical Center

Everyone is sad from time to time, but depression is different. What is sadness and when does this normal every day emotion spiral into a clinical diagnosis? This workshop will explore the difference between sadness and depression. We will discuss when it is appropriate to refer and when medication may be necessary. We will also explore the staggering numbers that show the growing numbers of individuals experiencing depression.

Thursday November 17
7:30 am - Registration and refreshments
8:00 am - CE Program

Brighton Gardens of Westlake
27819 Center Ridge Road Westlake OH

1.0 contact hour for nurses, counselors and social workers
RSVP-877-597-6348








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