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Thursday Spring Conference Sessions 1:30 PM - 2:45 PM
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Please note: Sessions May Be Subject To Change

 

Thursday, March 15, 1:30 - 2:45pm Concurrent Sessions

 

2019 Caregiver Recruitment Trends and Insights

HR & LEADERSHIP

Bobby Morelli; Vice President of Sales; HealthHire; Chicago, IL

We’ve collected data from more than 100,000 caregivers nationwide to deliver new insights that will transform recruitment strategies in 2019. Executives understand that the war for caregiver talent is here. Now it’s time to act. Companies that don’t compete won’t survive. Join us for an action-packed session to uncover the latest trends in job search and get under the hood to better understand a caregiver’s psyche, including the impact of wages, benefits training, the interview process, and your local market.

 

Nurse Delegation

RESIDENT RIGHTS, CARE & SERVICES

Bob Lightfoot; Attorney; Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren s.c.; Milwaukee, WI

In this session, the speaker, a registered nurse attorney, will discuss the steps in the nurse delegation process, including pitfalls and proper documentation.

 

Ways to Bring Meaning and Purpose to Those Living with Dementia

OPERATIONS & REGULATIONS

Patty Morter; Activity Director Certified; WI Representatives of Activity Professionals; Milwaukee, WI

We will discuss a variety of ways to engage and connect with those living with dementia, including activity program ideas and individual interventions and techniques. Through this session, you will be able to help these elders improve their well-being, maintain learned abilities, and stay socially connected.

 

Designing for Baby Boomers: When You Say “Lifestyle”

CEO & RESEARCH

Randy Bremhorst; Hoffman Planning, Design & Construction, Inc.; Appleton, WI

If only two words could be used to articulate the dominating trends in the senior housing market, they would be “integration” and “innovation.” Baby boomers are different than past generations in their demand for these two elements. They have a certain level of expectation for quality in all aspects of their care, and they know what they want. This presentation will explore how senior housing has moved away from a “one-size-fits-all” approach and how baby boomers are leading the way forward.

 

The Nitty Gritty of Psychotropic Medications

MEDICATIONS

Ann Coyle; Administrator; Gardenview, Inc.; Menasha, WI

In this session, we will discuss different categories of medications, common side effects, and appropriate uses. We will also discuss common unacceptable uses of these medications.

 

Energize Your Staff Training: Five Easy Tips

NEW TO AL

Donna Cochems; Professional Consultant; University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, CCDET; Madison, WI

Sharon Mylrea; Professional Consultant; University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, CCDET; Madison, WI

Do you find your staff nodding off during mandatory training sessions? Are you bored, too? Learn five tips and techniques designed to encourage participation, learning, creativity, and even a little fun. A facilitated discussion will allow participants to share their own tips and experiences, as well!

 

Answers with Alfred

OPERATIONS & REGULATIONS

Alfred Johnson; Director of BAL; Bureau of Assisted Living (BAL); Madison, WI

Attend this session for a frank and open conversation with the director of the state’s assisted living regulatory agency. Ask him about assisted living regulations, the licensing process, what’s happening nationally in assisted living, the bureau’s initiatives, the staffing crisis, and much more.

 

No Surprise Here!

RESIDENT RIGHTS, CARE & SERVICES

Lori Schlosser; CEO; EQUIP Training & Consulting; Janesville, WI

Surveyors and ombudsmen do not want to hear that families or residents are surprised at being discharged. This session will provide you tools and resources for managing those difficult discharges. You can control the process — we’ll show you how.

 

Emergency Preparedness 101

OPERATIONS & REGULATIONS

Liza Korry; Risk Manager; M3 Insurance; Madison, WI

Joel Moyer; Account Executive; M3 Insurance; Madison, WI

While we hope to never have an active shooter, fire, flood or other emergency situation we must be prepared. This session is designed to provide insights into real emergencies that have occurred. It will also provide guidance on where to start and how to educate your team to be prepared when disaster strikes.

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