Person-Centered Coffee Chat

The last couple of years have been t-o-u-g-h! Just because there is a pandemic, doesn’t mean Alzheimer’s disease or dementia went away. We would like to offer you a chance to take a break, sip some coffee (on us!) and have a chat about person-centered care for people living with dementia.

We’ll provide the coffee and treats; you provide a team of willing listeners who want to increase person-centered care for people living with dementia in your community. This will be an action-oriented discussion focusing on one area of the Dementia Care Practice Recommendations such as person-centered care, medical management, dementia-related behaviors or workforce

During the chat, Coaches will lead:

  1. Introduction to the Alzheimer’s Association and the Dementia Care Practice Recommendations

  2. Discussion of current state of person-centered care

  3. Setting goals for desired state of person-centered care

  4. Identifying one practice behavior that each team member can start working on immediately

Coffee breaks are a great chance to treat your staff and learn about person-centered dementia care! We can host up to nine staff at each community. Staff will leave with a great understanding of person-centered care for people living with dementia and something they can dig in on immediately!

Spots are filling up fast! To reserve a 2021 date contact:
Jessica Welsch at 206.529.3887 or jewelsch@alz.org.