This webinar will discuss the types of questions needed for effective Information and Referral. Participants will learn how to ask difficult questions, support clients in challenging situations, and practice active listening.
The Alliance for Health Policy is partnering with the National Institute of Health Care Management (NIHCM) for this webinar about the long-term care system. During the webinar, a panel of experts including ADvancing States Deputy Executive Director Camille Dobson will provide an overview of the current landscape of the long-term care delivery system. Panelists will review current funding mechanisms and relevant legislation. They will also discuss potential solutions to address future challenges.
This webinar is part of the National Coalition on Mental Health and Aging Webinar Series and will focus on dementia-related services and supports. During the webinar, participants will learn about the types of dementia-related programs that are available and the approaches that have been successful. Participants will also learn about the importance of building partnerships between health care professionals and family caregivers.
Presenter: Stephanie Hughes, M.P.P., Public Health Researcher, RTI International
This webinar will introduce the memory café model and discuss key features of a successful network. Presenters will review real-life examples, including how this model works in Florida and Massachusetts. The webinar will also emphasize the importance of a culturally responsive and linguistically appropriate memory café model in reaching minority individuals living with dementia.
This webinar is focused on navigating the benefits covered under Medicare Part B and understanding the basics of accessing these benefits. This webcast will look at three areas that can often cause confusion: Advance Beneficiary Notice, Part B Drugs, and Durable Medical Equipment. Note: this is an advanced training and assumes participants have a general understanding of Medicare benefits.
Presenter: Georgia Burke, Directing Attorney, Justice in Aging
This NCAPPS webinar will describe the importance of trauma-informed approaches to person-centered practices. It will explore the intersection of trauma and person-centered thinking, planning, and practice. Participants will learn about actionable steps they can take to ensure that they consider trauma when engaging in person-centered thinking, planning, and practices.
Tanya M. Richmond
This webinar provides additional information regarding the 2020 Medicare Advantage Learning Collaborative (MALC)
About the MALC: