Creative Engagement: Brainstorming Fresh Activities and Engaging Staff Members
Creative Engagement: Brainstorming fresh activities and engaging staff members

Join us as Sagely welcomes Rachael Wonderlin of Dementia By Day. Rachael will share expert advice on engagement programming including ideas that attendees can take back and implement at their communities.

— How programming is a team effort
— How to get your staff involved
— Actual programs you can implement and where to source more ideas
— A preview of Rachael’s book, Creative Engagement

Rachael Wonderlin has a Master’s in Gerontology from UNC Greensboro and a Bachelor’s of Psychology from the University of Mary Washington. Rachael’s first book, “When Someone You Know Is Living in a Dementia Care Community” is published with Johns Hopkins University Press and her second book, “Creative Engagement: Activities for People Living with Dementia” is due out this June. She offers education and consulting for senior living companies looking to improve their dementia care programs. Her podcast, blog and YouTube channel are popular outlets for dementia education.

Apr 29, 2020 01:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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“I often hear from senior living professionals that they ‘can’t get their staff engaged’ with the residents with a regular basis. Having worked as a programming professional myself, I know that it often falls on the programming department to do the legwork when it comes to activities. Having worked in senior living, I also know that there’s a better way! I’ll be providing some tangible, actual tips and tricks you can implement to try new programming AND get your care staff more involved in resident day-to-day dementia programming.” 

Rachael Wonderlin

 

 

 

 

Creative Engagement: Brainstorming Fresh Activities and Engaging Staff Members

 

Join us as Sagely welcomes Rachael Wonderlin of Dementia By Day. Rachael will share expert advice on engagement programming including ideas that attendees can take back and implement at their communities.

— How programming is a team effort
— How to get your staff involved
— Actual programs you can implement and where to source more ideas
— A preview of Rachael’s book, Creative Engagement