360 Elder Solutions, LLC
Sue S. Wilson, Licensed Master Social Worker, Care Consultant, Dementia Care Educator & Advocate
Call 512-799-5043 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
I am available to consult with family members and staff of long-term care communities using Zoom conferencing. I have a Zoom account and can easily connect with you and your team.
Call today to discuss the dementia-care needs of your residents and to schedule a consultation. Scroll down for a description of the In-service Training Programs offered.
Person-Centered Dementia Care Training Programs
Make your organization more dementia-friendly for customers & company employees. I am self-contained and will come to your community or organization. I bring course materials, certificates of completion for HR files, props for instruction, competency tools and evaluation forms, audio visual equipment, complete Inservice Documentation Reports, and provide summary reports and recommendations all at a very fair, negotiable price! In-service trainings can be offered in large or small groups or with individual staff.
Course offerings include:
“Dementia Care In-service for Nursing Home Staff”
Sue's inservice training sessions are interactive, hands-on, and earn high praise from DONs, social workers, Activitiy professionals, CNAs and other direct care staff! Sue helps your staff better understand and recognize changes in conditions and abilities of individuals living with dementia and has your staff pair up and practice techniques designed to reduce distress and support abilities. She focuses on recognizing and positively responding to “unmet physical and emotional needs” that are person-centered and improve satisfaction.
NCCDP - Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia Care Seminar -- Required to Apply to Become a Certified Dementia Practitioner
As a Certified Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia Care Trainer (CADDCT), Sue is available to teach the 8-hour NCCDP seminar and assist your staff to apply to become Certified Dementia Practitioners. This seminar is open to all health care professionals and front line staff. Completion of this seminar is a requirement before individuals may apply to the National Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners (NCCDP) to become a Certified Dementia Practitioner (CDP). Call to discuss details 512-799-5043.
Meaningful Activities for Elders Living in Care-Communities
Activities are best viewed as everyday recreations that are meaningful for the resident and which are the responsibility of all staff. Yes, the Activity Director leads planning but all staff must participate in the implementation of everyday activities. The key is for activities to be meaningful (person-centered) and enjoyable for residents and doable. "when am I supposed to do this? There just isn’t time!!!’ Sue will help your staff work together to plan and incorporate person-centered activities into the daily routines of residents and their staff.
Dementia 101 for Family Members
Family members need help understanding and positively responding to the ongoing changes in conditions and abilities experienced by a loved one with dementia. Sue provides understandable dementia education for family members to help them stay positively engaged with a loved one with dementia. Through enhanced dementia knowledge, communication skills, and ways to stay engaged we can help family members be supportive, satisfied members of a care community.
Helping Family Members have Positive Visits
This program is FUN and designed for SNF and AL staff to help family members better understand the changing conditions and abilities of their loved one with dementia and learn new simple, doable ways to engage with a loved one during and in between visits. Sue shares simple tips and tools on how to incorporate fun, meaningful activities into visits.
Call 360 Elder Solutions, LLC to discuss your particular needs, pricing and to schedule a program that is just right for your staff or family members.
Sue S. Wilson, LMSW, CADDCT, CDP
360 Elder Solutions, LLC