Business Sustainability, COVID-19 Recovery & Adult Day Health Care
FREE Webinar Series
Thursdays from 1 - 3 p.m.
June 4, 11, 18, 25, 2020
Recordings will be available after the series.
Please note that a separate registration is required for each webinar in the series.
June 4 (Recorded)
Infection Control in ADHC: What We’ve Learned from COVID-19 and How to Utilize It in Our Practice
Join Infection Control (IC) expert Dawn Carter, RN, for an in-depth review of the basics of IC, PPE, the most current guidance on IC practices, the impact of COVID-19 on IC practices and special considerations for ADHC registrants and their families.
Dawn Carter, RN, ProCare Consultant, LeadingAge New York ProCare, Latham
June 11 (Recorded)
The COVID-19 Aftermath: Team Building and Responding to Trauma
This webinar will provide must-know guidance for ADHC programs on sustainable leadership, team rebuilding and appreciating the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on staff, families and registrants. Areas to be reviewed include reactions to trauma, post-traumatic stress disorder and the concept of post-traumatic growth. A better understanding of these areas will help ADHC staff respond to what has the potential to be an anxiety-producing homecoming for many of their peers and the individuals they serve.
Dr. Robert Figlerski, Director of Behavioral Health Services, Mid-Atlantic Region, TeamHealth, Inc., White Plains
June 18 (Recorded)
ADHC Without Walls: Benefits, Barriers and the Business of Telehealth
Like it or not, the delivery of ADHC services has changed. A clearly defined telehealth program is something that all providers will need to develop and sustain, even after on-site services resume. This presentation will equip ADHC staff with the information and tools they need to establish and strengthen their telehealth program. Three panelists will share best practices, and a national view on telehealth will provide context to this new side of your business.
Panelists: Kathleen DiPietro, Director of Adult Day Health Services, Middle Island West ADHC and Middle Island East ADHC; Candice Duffy, Director of Adult Day Health Care Program, Schofield ADHC; Brendan Flinn, Director of Medicaid and Home and Community-Based Services Policy, LeadingAge; Rola O’Meally, Director of Adult Day and Dementia Services, St. Ann’s Community, Home Connection
June 25 (Recorded)
Rebooting ADHC Programs: Planning and Preparation for Reopening Safely in a Coronavirus Environment
This presentation will provide attendees with guidelines for planning, preparing, developing and implementing the necessary components to safely reopen their ADHC programs in a changed environment, as well as strategies for maintaining the ongoing operation in a manner which keeps registrants and staff safe.
Gail Weinstein, MS, LNHA, CTRS, ProCare Consultant, LeadingAge New York ProCare, Latham
This webinar series has been brought to you by a grant from Mother Cabrini Health Foundation.