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"A Mind Set to Care", the 5th Annual Caring for the Caregiver Symposium

Healings in Motion, Inc.

Saturday, November 10, 2012 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (PST)

"A Mind Set to Care", the 5th Annual Caring for the...

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a mindset to care

2012 Caregiver Symposium

 

November 10, 2012

9am-4pm

 

Moderator, Jeff Bell

CBS Radio Newscaster &

International Spokesperson for OCD

Founder, Adversity to Advocacy

 

Keynote Speaker, Gary Small, M.D.

Chair, Aging & Longevity Department, UCLA

Author, The Alzheimer’s Prevention Plan;

The Memory Bible and other bestselling books

 

~Exhibits~

A variety of resources and interesting businesses will share their products and services.


~Health and Wellness Coaches~

Far too often, Caregivers only need an ear to vent, express anger and anxiety.  The coaches will help you focus on yourself and desires.


~Workshops & Demonstrations~

"Prevent Burn-Out" by Embracing the Dual Mindset of Self-Care,

including the Mind, Body & Soul"

  Rita Vasquez, MA, BC, MFT-1, Villa Marche Senior Living


"Legal Consideration  of a  Caregiver"

DeLonda Coleman, Esquire


"Preventing Falls & Other Home Hazards"

Richard McGinty, Safety Coordinator, Community Hospice


"Managing the Psychological Stresses of Caregiving"

Roseann Hannon, PhD, Neuropsychologist


"Adversity2Advocacy" 

Jeff Bell shares the befits of turning a  medical misfortune into a purpose-driven life.


"How to Complete a Medical Directive"

Kym Codallos, LCSW, Social Worker, Community Hospice


"Whole Health:  Balance Your Mind and Your Life" 

Bret Lampman, The Choku-Rei Center


"Preparing the Family to Face a Crisis" 

Rebecca Robbins, MA, Marriage & Family Therapist

( Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Stress Management, Military Families, Bi-Polar)


" Enhance Your Thinking and Decision-Making Skills"

SueAnn Freeman, MA, CPCC, PCC, BCC


"Using Your Iphone APPS to Connect to  Resources for Caregivers"

presented by AT&T


*  This is only a partial list of the demonstrations and workshops offered at the Symposium.  The listed will be updated regularly.

 

***Special Tribute to Veteran’s Caregivers***

 

Massages and Breaks for Tea

hosted by Mimosa Salon & Spa

 

Exhibitor/Vendor Contact

Corie Moyers, Arcadia Home Care

209-477-9480 or 209-572-7650

 

Sponsorship

Jim Chong, Strategies for Life

209-534-8000

Mary Nicholson, Healings in Motion

916-213-9407

 

Early Bird Tickets

http://amindset2care.eventbrite.com

 

Any other questions contact

Healings in Motion

877-672-4480 

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Have questions about "A Mind Set to Care", the 5th Annual Caring for the Caregiver Symposium? Contact Healings in Motion, Inc.

When & Where


The Robert Cabral Building at the San Joaquin County Agricultural Center
E Earhart Ave
Stockton, CA 95206

Saturday, November 10, 2012 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (PST)


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Organizer

Healings in Motion, Inc.

Healings in Motion is a patient centric nonprofit agencyand an emerging Post Discharge Solution Provider that provides innovative and high quality services that fill a critical missing link vital to long term recovery of chronic ailments.

Healings In Motion focuses on improving stroke and brain injury care, addressing the disconnect that often takes place at discharge. Hospitals are not set up to manage post discharge care. The patient discharge process hands off the survivors to no entity with a game plan for continuous systematic recovery, even though the recovery process is just beginning. Such a disconnect makes the care process incomplete and leaves steps that follow to caregivers.

As an indispensable solution provider to the long term care process, Healings In Motion introduces solutions to address issues at the root causes, building scalable long term recovery processes. Services provided under the following disciplines:

1. Survivor Engagement (a type of caregiver service) that will reduce the workload of caregivers and provide a HIPAA compliant venue for medical institutions to handle post discharge communication.

2. Research Partnership

3. Social Networking

4. Awareness, which includes Education, Training and Advocacy

Partnerships include but are not limited to:

1. Survivor Engagement: hospitals, rehab centers, local/national support organizations

2. Research Partnership: medical schools, medical research institutes, policy researchers, public health think tanks, biotech companies, pharmaceuticals.

3. Social Networking: government agencies, rights advocacy organizations, local support organizations.

4. Awareness: local support organizations, rights advocacy groups, hospitals, public health agencies,retail partners, fire departments, faith organizations, North CA Neuro Nurses, Northern CA Stroke Coordinators, University of the Pacific, Department of Aging, Worknet, Health Plan of San Joaquin and others.

For the last 13 years, Healings in Motion has been offering programs supporting both pre-stroke and post stroke services, as well as being a premiere provider of education services for Caregivers. 

For more about Healings in Motion, click here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RnWdxJAeAbo&list=PL9qwDLeCVvS_8uYIVnXjsZRX47s6x3S1Q&index=2&t=0s

 

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