Since 2011, The National Religious Retirement Office (NRRO) and the Avila Institute of Gerontology (AIG) have been collaborating to offer webinars to Religious Communities. The webinar topics are chosen by NRRO and AIG, and reflect the expressed needs and interests of Religious Communities. The co-hosted webinars do not offer continuing education credit hours.
Developing a Resilient LifestyleContains 4 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 02/09/2021 at 1:00 PM (EST)
In this live 1-hour presentation, co-sponsored by the NRRO, Dr. Francis Battisti will direct participants in how to lead with a resilient, affirmative mindset as we forge into the "next normal." This webinar will promote developing individual practices for a resilient lifestyle for caregivers, leaders and community members.
The Spiritual Journey of Caregiving: Finding Compassion for Ourselves and OthersContains 2 Component(s)
This 1-hour webinar, presented by Denise Hess, MDiv, BCC-PCHAC, will look at the caregiving landscape in the US and then take a close look at one of the best spiritual guides for the transformative power of caregiving, author and Catholic priest Henri Nouwen.
The Relationship Between Staffing and Census: How to Tie Staff Levels to Your CensusContains 2 Component(s)
This 1-hour presentation will look at how to evaluate your staffing budget.
Beads, Bells and Blessings: Understanding why the Mass and Other Catholic Practices are EssentialContains 2 Component(s)
This 1-hour webinar, presented by Sr. Ginger Downey, OLVM, will look at the many different Catholic practices that are important to men and women religious and how staff can assist in their living their religious life, no matter their mental or physical circumstance.
Well-Being and DementiaContains 2 Component(s)
During this presentation Mr. Owen will discuss the pattern of the progression of Dementia and the five basic psychological and spiritual needs of people with dementia. Additionally, he will discuss the essential components of person-centered care, along with the utilization of visual and experiential arts in facilitating a sense of well-being in the person with dementia.
What Does Canon and Civil Law Have to Say About Health Issues?Contains 2 Component(s)
his presentation with Sister Sharon Euart, RSM, Executive Director of the Resource Center for Religious Institutes, and Associate Director Christopher J. Fusco, Esq., will briefly explore some canon and civil law issues that might accompany religious during these years: guardianship and its alternatives, such as durable powers of attorney; health care decision making; the role of the institute and leadership; member issues - psychological and behavioral; financial considerations; and, considerations surrounding operation of a motor vehicle.
How to Provide for the Social and Emotional Needs of those Living with Dementia through Person-Centered CareContains 2 Component(s)
In this presentation, Clare Horn will discuss person-centered care concepts as it relates to memory impairment and how it benefits both caregivers and community members.
Make Good Hearing a HabitContains 2 Component(s)
Join audiologist Dr. Juliëtte Sterkens, with the non-profit Hearing Loss Association of America. She will explain how to get the hearing care services that will ensure you will get the most out of your hearing aids. Learn about the problems with hearing loss and hearing aids, how to find the right hearing aid provider, worthwhile hearing aid features and what to do when hearing aids alone are not enough. You will receive a hearing aid buying guide at the end of the session to help you obtain the most cost-effective solution for your hearing issues with the greatest benefit and satisfaction.
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