HopeHealth conferences are designed for leaders in the health care field — focused on a variety of topics including care delivery models, pain and symptom management, grief and loss, emerging research in Alzheimer's and other dementias — and other topics pertinent to caring for people coping with serious illness. We engage a roster of experts in their field to offer insights and practical information relative to new research and treatments.
19th Annual Alzheimer’s Awareness Conference
Thinking Outside the Box
Innovative Strategies for Dementia Care
Friday, November 18, 2016
Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Cape Cod - Hyannis
You asked and we listened. You want to learn new and creative strategies for working with dementia to improve your caregiving experience.
Our 19th Annual Alzheimer’s Awareness conference will help you think outside of the box by introducing an array of fresh approaches to caregiving.
Registration required. Call (508) 775-5656 for more information or register online today.
Continuing Education: 6 CEs for RN/LPN, LICSW, LPC/LMHC, Psychologists and Marriage and Family Counselors.*
Cost: $130.00 Includes materials, breakfast and lunch and 6 CEs.
Want to sponsor the conference or have an exhibit table? Call (508) 957-0282 or purchase a sponsorship online.
Thank you to the generous businesses who have already contributed!
*Commonwealth Educational Seminars provides accreditation.
Click here for further information.
Free educational program for town and community employees
Help yourself and your community become more dementia friendly. This is the training you've been asking for. It is designed to provide a basic understanding of how to work with individuals and families who have Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia.
Registration is limited. Priority attendance is given to nonprofit, police, fire, ambulance services and town employees on Cape Cod. Reserve your seat today for this important training!
Registration is required. Please bring your lunch.
Learn more by calling (508) 775-5656.
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Heatherwood at King's Way, Route 6A, Yarmouth Port, MA 02675
Program funding generously provided by Cape Cod Healthcare Community Benefits and The Cape Cod Foundation.
Massachusetts Pain Initiative