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Time Out Workshop presents MODERN AGING

Time Out Workshop presents MODERN AGING

Learn about Modern Aging and earn CEUs by attending a Time Out Workshop.

Date: Monday March 20, 2017
Place: Ability360
5025 E Washington Street, Phoenix, 85034
Price: $40
Registration at 7:45am; Starts at 8:15am
Program ends at 4:45pm
Lunch included

Modern Aging

  The Daily Practice of Mindfulness for a Hectic World – Maribeth Gallagher, DNP, FAAN
  The New Era of Prevention Research in Alzheimer’s Disease – William J. Burke, M.D.
  Getting Older, What Do I Need To Know? – Emily B. Kile, Elder Law Attorney
  Abuse and Neglect – Terri Rowe and Gabe V. Kory, Medical Malpractice Attorneys
  A, B, C, D’s of Medicare – Jerry Watterworth, Coordinator of Community Education
  The Uncovered Population – Todd Gray, Care Coordinator for Care By Design (Services for those with Limited Finances); Pamela Miller, LCSW      (Mental Health and the Elderly); Joei O’Grady, CPM, District Program Manager (Vulnerable Population)

Contact Ali Keil at ali@kilekuplaw.com with any questions or Register Online with a credit card.   Don’t wait.  There is only seating for 40 and this event will sellout.

Time Out Workshops are a low-cost opportunity to earn CEUs and are particularly geared towards social workers, discharge planners, administrators and those who serve the elderly and disabled populations. Application for CEUs will be made to NASW.

Time Out Workshop Flyer and Agenda available.

 

 

 

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