David Hutchings, Ph.D., will present a webinar, “Alzheimer’s, Dementia and Caregiving” through the Morning Pointe Foundation on Nov. 10 at 6:30 p.m.
The presentation is the latest in the Foundation’s Caregiver Café series and is free to caregivers around the world.
For the first time, through a partnership with the University of Tennessee Chattanooga, the Foundation is offering continuing education credit for registered nurses, licensed practical nurses and masters of social work. These professionals can sign up to earn 1.5 contact hours or 0.15 CEUs with a cost of $25. Following the presentation, they will take a brief survey to earn the credit.
Hutchings is a geriatric neuropathology and dementia specialist. The seminar will touch on types of dementia and the difference between them, as well as genetic risks, treatment, stages of dementia and managing advanced symptoms. Live attendees will also have a chance to ask questions at the end of the session.
“This is an exciting opportunity for The Morning Pointe Foundation and Morning Pointe Senior Living,” said Miranda Perez, Foundation executive director. “We are passionate about education for our caregivers, and being able to further our associates’ professional careers this way is taking what we do to the next level. We are thankful to UTC for partnering with us for this opportunity.”
To register, go to morningpointe.com/caregivercafe. The ongoing Morning Pointe Caregiver Café wellness series connects experts on senior living and care with those experiencing the physical and mental effects of aging. Registrants not using the webinar as a continuing education course can watch the webinar live or register and watch later at their convenience.
The Morning Pointe Foundation is the philanthropic arm of Morning Pointe Senior Living founded by Tennessee-based senior healthcare entrepreneurs Greg A. Vital and J. Franklin Farrow. The 501(c)3 nonprofit public service organization was created in 2014 to provide caregiver support programs, sponsor educational awareness events, and fund clinical scholarships to advance the care of seniors throughout the Southeast.
Founded in 1997 by Tennessee healthcare entrepreneurs Greg Vital and Franklin Farrow, Morning Pointe Senior Living owns and operates 37 senior living, personal care and Alzheimer’s memory care communities in five southeastern states and is celebrating its silver anniversary throughout 2022.