Continuing Education Program

Accredited continuing education for CSAC, CSW, APSW, LCSW, CISW, LPC, and LMFT professional licensures.

Tuesday
April 27, 2022

Time: 7:00 AM
Location: Online

In the year 2030, the last of the baby boomers will turn 65 and represent more than 20% of the total U.S. population. Numbering nearly 60 million people, this growing population has had a significant impact on long-term care models and senior housing developments.

In this NASW-approved CEH we will examine how the growing senior population in Wisconsin has affected care models and the impact of the different DHS licensures on the continuum of care.

Presenter:
Brian C. Gregg, DHS Administrator, PMP

Accredited continuing education for CSAC, CSW, APSW, LCSW, CISW, LPC, and LMFT professional licensures.

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Tuesday
May 10, 2022

Time: 12:00 PM
Location: Online

The U.S. is, by and large, a “death-denying” culture; meaning we have a hard time confronting our own mortality and that of our loved ones. By extension, grief due to the loss of a loved one is often denied, dismissed or avoided at all costs. However, we do know that what we resist persists.

This CEH will explore different types of grief, different kinds of grieving styles, ways to cope with your grief, the suffering of others and when to make appropriate referrals to the people we serve. Join us in the movement to create a cultural shift in how we handle death, dying and grieving.

Presenter:
Elizabeth DenDekker, MSW, LCSW

Accredited continuing education for CSAC, CSW, APSW, LCSW, CISW, LPC, and LMFT professional licensures.

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Tuesday
May 24, 2022

Time: 7:00 AM
Location: Online

Memory care for a loved one is not something many families think about until that need is imminent. Unfortunately, this often results in situations where the need for immediate care does not allow families more time to review their memory care options. This CEU will help you identify the indicators of a good memory care program and examine strategies for assisting families in making informed decisions about the memory care needs of a loved one.

Presenter:
Connie Thimming, MSOLC
Brian Gregg, PMP

Accredited continuing education for CSAC, CSW, APSW, LCSW, CISW, LPC, and LMFT professional licensures.

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Wednesday
June 15, 2022

Time: 12:00 PM
Location: Online

Many people are now purchasing or have purchased LTCI policies but have a very difficult time understanding the covered benefits. Some have difficulties filing a claim without inadvertently disqualifying themselves for coverage on the initial claim call because they did not fully understand their policy before making the call. And others who qualify for VA Aid and Attendance Benefits never know.

During this presentation, we will examine the basics of long-term care insurance policies and how to properly initiate a claim to maximize benefits. We will also discuss VA Aid and Attendance Benefits, who qualifies and how much you can expect.

Presenter:
Brian C. Gregg, DHS Administrator, PMP

Accredited continuing education for CSAC, CSW, APSW, LCSW, CISW, LPC, and LMFT professional licensures.

Click Here To Register

Wednesday
June 22, 2022

Time: 7:00 AM
Location: Online

It is estimated that for every case of elder abuse that is reported to authorities about five more go unreported. The importance of elder abuse prevention becomes even more apparent when you consider that those 85-years-old and older are five times more likely to suffer from abuse than those aged 65-70.

In this NASW-approved CEH, you will learn about the different types of elder abuse so you can identify, intervene and protect the elderly from neglect and abuse.

Presenter:
Brian C. Gregg, DHS Administrator, PMP

Accredited continuing education for CSAC, CSW, APSW, LCSW, CISW, LPC, and LMFT professional licensures.

Click Here To Register

Tuesday
April 27, 2022

Time: 7:00 AM
Location: Online

In the year 2030, the last of the baby boomers will turn 65 and represent more than 20% of the total U.S. population. Numbering nearly 60 million people, this growing population has had a significant impact on long-term care models and senior housing developments.

In this NASW-approved CEH we will examine how the growing senior population in Wisconsin has affected care models and the impact of the different DHS licensures on the continuum of care.

Presenter:
Brian C. Gregg, DHS Administrator, PMP

Accredited continuing education for CSAC, CSW, APSW, LCSW, CISW, LPC, and LMFT professional licensures.

Click Here To Register

Tuesday
May 10, 2022

Time: 12:00 PM
Location: Online

The U.S. is, by and large, a “death-denying” culture; meaning we have a hard time confronting our own mortality and that of our loved ones. By extension, grief due to the loss of a loved one is often denied, dismissed or avoided at all costs. However, we do know that what we resist persists.

This NASW-approved CEH will explore different types of grief, different kinds of grieving styles, ways to cope with your grief, the suffering of others and when to make appropriate referrals to the people we serve. Join us in the movement to create a cultural shift in how we handle death, dying and grieving.

Presenter:
Elizabeth DenDekker, MSW, LCSW

Accredited continuing education for CSAC, CSW, APSW, LCSW, CISW, LPC, and LMFT professional licensures.

Click Here To Register

Tuesday
May 24, 2022

Time: 7:00 AM
Location: Online

Memory care for a loved one is not something many families think about until that need is imminent.  Unfortunately, this often results in situations where the need for immediate care does not allow families more time to review their memory care options.  This CEU will help you identify the indicators of a good memory care program and examine strategies for assisting families in making informed decisions about the memory care needs of a loved one.
 
Presenter:
Connie Thimming, MSOLC
Brian Gregg, PMP
 
Accredited continuing education for CSAC, CSW, APSW, LCSW, CISW, LPC, and LMFT professional licensures.

Click Here To Register

Wednesday
June 15, 2022

Time: 12:00 PM
Location: Online

Many people are now purchasing or have purchased LTCI policies but have a very difficult time understanding the covered benefits. Some have difficulties filing a claim without inadvertently disqualifying themselves for coverage on the initial claim call because they did not fully understand their policy before making the call. And others who qualify for VA Aid and Attendance Benefits never know.

During this presentation, we will examine the basics of long-term care insurance policies and how to properly initiate a claim to maximize benefits. We will also discuss VA Aid and Attendance Benefits, who qualifies and how much you can expect.

Presenter:
Brian C. Gregg, DHS Administrator, PMP

Accredited continuing education for CSAC, CSW, APSW, LCSW, CISW, LPC, and LMFT professional licensures.

Click Here To Register

Wednesday
June 22, 2022

Time: 7:30 AM
Location: Online

It is estimated that for every case of elder abuse that is reported to authorities about five more go unreported. The importance of elder abuse prevention becomes even more apparent when you consider that those 85-years-old and older are five times more likely to suffer from abuse than those aged 65-70.

In this NASW-approved CEH, you will learn about the different types of elder abuse so you can identify, intervene and protect the elderly from neglect and abuse.

Presenter:
Brian C. Gregg, DHS Administrator, PMP

Accredited continuing education for CSAC, CSW, APSW, LCSW, CISW, LPC, and LMFT professional licensures.

Click Here To Register

The SSRCH Continuing Education Program

At the Sharon S. Richardson Community Hospice, we understand that the best patient outcomes are achieved through a collaborative effort with our community partners. That is why we want to share our experiences and knowledge with you through a series of online CEHs.

Please bookmark this page as we will be introducing new CEHs designed to provide information which can be used to educate patients and their families on a variety of topics. From available resources and healthcare technology to care options and advance directives, our CEHs will span the entire continuum of care.

The SSRCH Continuing Education Program

At the Sharon S. Richardson Community Hospice, we understand that the best patient outcomes are achieved through a collaborative effort with our community partners. That is why we want to share our experiences and knowledge with you through a series of online CEHs.

Please bookmark this page as we will be introducing new CEHs designed to provide information which can be used to educate patients and their families on a variety of topics. From available resources and healthcare technology to care options and advance directives, our CEHs will span the entire continuum of care.