Help Your Parents Navigate Dementia | Q&A: Self Care & Mindful Loving Touch

Help Your Parents Navigate Dementia | Q&A: Self Care & Mindful Loving Touch

hi everyone I am back my name is Laura Smothers – Chu and wanted to say happy last week of December we are almost through the holidays and I wanted to bring you the last video in the self care series so if you have not seen my past videos one of my fellow daughters […]

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Help Your Parents Navigate Dementia | Q&A: Self Care & Mindful Walking Outside

Help Your Parents Navigate Dementia | Q&A: Self Care & Mindful Walking Outside

Hi everyone! I hope you had a really nice Thanksgiving, and that’s whatever Thanksgiving may constitute for you. If it’s you and your spouse and your fur kids, if it’s you surrounded by lots of extended family members, or if it’s you and a parent, I just want to wish you a really great Thanksgiving! […]

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Help Your Parents Navigate Dementia | Q&A: Self Care & Mindful Reminiscing for the Holidays

Help Your Parents Navigate Dementia | Q&A: Self Care & Mindful Reminiscing for the Holidays

hi everyone it’s great to be back with you on this Facebook live and I’m going to continue my series the Q&A series on self-care and mindfulness but first to introduce myself if you have not met me before my name is Laura Smothers-Chu and I am the CEO and Founder of Befriended Heart I […]

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Brain Foods for Brain Health – Boost Brain Health with Good Eats

Brain Foods for Brain Health – Boost Brain Health with Good Eats

Alright i love the crowd already. You’re great. And the difference between you and the students is they’re 18 to 22 year-olds. You can figure out what makes you different after that but i don’t think we’re a whole lot different. Ok so what I want to start all of us thinking about is brain […]

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Healthy Aging: Using Data for Action to Promote the Health of Older Adults

Healthy Aging: Using Data for Action to Promote the Health of Older Adults

So more folks who are logging on and calling in so if you are having any trouble accessing the webinar, audio or visual, please feel free to send me an email, [email protected], however we have a full agenda and some great presenters so we are going to just go ahead and get started. First a […]

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The Empathy Simulator: Curtin develops hi-tech simulations for healthcare trainees

Dr Janet Beilby: How do you prepare health students to work in demanding, complex and often emotional situations? The best way is to place them in real-life clinical situations, or at least simulate these as closely as possible. Voice Over: Unfortunately, clinical placements are limited and very costly. Alternatively, such as using trained actors to […]

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Part 1 – Welcome and AARP

Part 1 – Welcome and AARP

>>WELCOME. VERY EXCITING DAY. ALWAYS ACTION PACKED. AND TODAY IS PARTICULARLY IMPORTANT BECAUSE IT DOES REFLECT THE CULMINATION OF MANY, MANY PHONE CALLS AND A LOT OF WORK GENERATING RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE PLAN. IF YOU LOOK AT THE AGENDA YOU’LL SEE THIS MORNING WE’LL BE TACKLING SOME VERY CRITICAL ISSUES AND NEW INITIATIVES THAT ARE […]

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Delirium – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment & pathology

Delirium – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment & pathology

Delirium is a common and very serious neuropsychiatric syndrome. Typically it affects older patients with multiple medical problems, in fact up to half of all elderly patients in the hospital will have an episode of delirium at some point, but being said it can affect anyone – even children, even though that’s much less common. […]

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