Friday, April 10th • 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. EST

Leveraging fascinating life stories and examples to explore what trauma is, and who is at risk for it, while covering how to provide trauma informed care will all be covered in this hour-long webinar.  Learn why there are updated requirements regarding it and gain an understanding and appreciation of the effects of trauma.  We will cover key elements for assessing older adults and tips for care strategies.  After you will walk away with best practices for integrating a trauma informed approach into your processes and implementing a person-centered trauma informed culture that benefits your residents.

Objectives

  1. Identify key elements for consideration when assessing older adults for possible trauma related experiences.
  2. Discuss traumas and stressors commonly encountered by older adults
  3. Distinguish between “what’s wrong with you?” and “what’s happened to you?” for trauma informed care

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CLIENT TESTIMONIALS

"Our relationship with Harmony has definitely increased our RUG rates through education and communication. Our current RUG rate has increased 11% and has more than covered any related costs of doing business."

Roger Sliby, VP Finance & CFO
The Jewish Home (Fairfield, CT)

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Kim Malloy-Salmon, Director of Rehabilitation Services
Salmon Family of Services (Beaumont, MA)