Council on Aging's 2018 Forum on Aging and Annual Meeting & Awards presented by Global Meals
Forum on Aging is attended by hundreds of professionals from southwest Ohio and northern Kentucky. The two-day event provides up to 12 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for professionals in the fields of aging and disability services, making it one of the most popular conferences for social workers, nurses, nursing home administrators and activity professionals in our region.
Tuesday, March 13, 2018
Wednesday, March 14, 2018
Tuesday, March 13, 12:30 PM
Keynote: To age well and in place, older people need health care and social supports. Our public policies regarding payments and priorities challenge our ability to meld these supports into comprehensive individualized plans of care. The root cause of many of our challenges is our continuing struggle to deliver and pay for long-term care.
Kathy Greenlee is the Vice President of Aging & Health Policy at the Center for Practical Bioethics, where she is responsible for promoting increased use of Transportable Physician Orders for Patient Preferences (TPOPP) in Missouri and Kansas. TPOPP is part of a similar effort in other states. The nationwide approach is called the POLST paradigm. She advocates for increased use of advance directives, engages with community based aging and disability organizations around issues relating to advanced illness and end of life care, works to improve transitions of care by bridging between health care providers and community based organizations, and provides visibility and support for regional work in the area of elder abuse prevention and response.
Wednesday, March 14, 8:30 AM
Annarose Ingarra-Milch is an award-winning author with an engaging personality. Her honest storytelling, quick sense of humor, and keen intellect make her a sought-after motivational speaker and frequent keynote speaker at international, national and local conferences.
Whether she is showcased on a conference stage, sharing time with a woman’s group, or chatting with a book club, Annarose's personal stories bring to life Lunch with Lucille's message of self-empowerment —You are your best asset — at any age!
Overcoming personal tragedy at the age of 4, Annarose has committed her personal and professional life to helping others smile through self-empowerment. She is a highly skilled facilitator and business management consultant. She is also a college educator, Department of Defense civilian workforce instructor, and retired law enforcement officer. Annarose is a member of the International Speakers Network.
Keynote: Join Loretta Veney as she provides her personal perspective to the medical aspects of dementia and its impact on relationships. She chronicles her current 11-year journey as her Mom’s caregiver and discusses how forgiveness, patience, preparation and humor all work together to effectively manage Caregiving challenges.
Loretta Woodward Veney was born with a love of life and a positive spirit. The three most important things in her life have always been her family, friends and faith. She loves adventures, traveling, learning something new every day and inspiring others.
Throughout her life, Loretta has chronicled family events through journals, photos, and videos, seeking to capture every moment. After her beloved mother Doris was diagnosed dementia in 2006, Loretta began documenting the details of doctor visits, and recording people, places, and things as a substitute for her Mom's lost memory. The combination of written documentation and her incredible memory became Loretta's first published work in 2012, entitled Being My Mom’s Mom.
Loretta’s second book published in 2017 entitled Refreshment for the Caregiver’s Spirit, is a collection of travel photos taken by Loretta and her late husband Tim. Each scenic photo contains an inspirational message from Loretta intended to lift caregiver’s spirits as they navigate life’s challenges.
Since 2014 Loretta has delivered more than 250 presentations on dementia and caregiving that have inspired audiences throughout the United States.
The following links will provide a listing of workshops for that specfic day and time.
Walk-in Registration Fees
Registration deadline is Tuesday, March 6, 2018
Registration fees are paid at the time of registration via the registration form. PayPal (via PayPal account or credit card) and check payments are accpeted.
Checks should be made payable to:
Twelve clock hours will be available to the following professions:
*Any continuing education activity that has been approved by Ohio Board of Social Workers is accepted by the Ohio Board of Nursing for all nurses in the State of Ohio.
Council on Aging's 47th Annual Meeting and Awards Ceremony
COA's Annual Meeting and Awards Luncheon will include a buffet lunch, a brief overview of COA's 2017 Annual Report, an awards ceremony, and a special keynote presentation.
The awards ceremony will recognize caregivers, volunteers and professionals in the fields of aging and disability services who work to make life better for older adults and people with disabilites. Awards will be presented in the following categories: Outstanding Professional in Aging; Outstanding Direct Service Provider; and Outstanding Caregiver.
If you know someone who should be honored, please complete a nomination form and submit it no later than January 15, 2018. Click here for nomination form.
11:45 a.m. Lunch
A block of rooms have been reserved for the Council on Aging Event at a discount for the Hyatt Place Sharonville Convention Center.
1. Guests are welcome to cut and paste the entire link below into their web browser for reservations. (Please ensure the last four characters (COAE) are included in the link). Guests should input their travel dates into the site and proceed with their reservation: https://cincinnatisharonville.place.hyatt.com/en/hotel/home.html?corp_id=G-COAE
2. Travelers may also call our reservations line toll-free: 513-771-1718 and ask for the Council on Aging event block
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