SUMMER SYMPOSIUM 2018
Saturday, July 28, 2018
The Oaks on Parkwood
2651 Laurel Oak Drive
Bessemer, Alabama 35022
7:15-7:50 am Registration Lite Breakfast (Sponsored by The Oaks on Parkwood
7:50-8:00 am Welcome and Introduction
Carlette C. Smith, RN, NHA, MA, BSN, BA, Human Resource Options LLC, Owner, Facilitator, Coordinator, Speaker
8:00-9:00 am Oral Health for Seniors
Tricia Keith, BA, Dental Hygienist, UAB Dental Group
9:00-10:00 am Managing Diabetes
Viola Woods, RD, LD, CDE, Dietician, VA Hospital
10:00-11:15 am Parkinson's Disease: Knowledge for Healthcare Professionals
from a PT Perspective. Karlie Brantley, PT, DPT, NCS
Encompass Lakeshore Rehabilitation Hospital
11:15-11:30 am Break
11;30- 12:30 pm Protecting Yourself from Identity Theft
Scott Akin, BA, Financial Wellness and Education Coordinator
12:30- 1:00 pm Lunch (Sponsored by Pro Home Health)
1:00-2:15 pm Working While Sleepy: Shifting the Way You Sleep
2:15- 3:45 pm Are You Practicing Ethics When No One is Watching
Cynthia Watts, BA, DISC Personality Profile Certification,
Certified Life Coach, Watts Management Solutions
3:45- 4:00 pm Break (Snack sponsored by Kindred Home Health)
4:00-5:00 pm The Road to Rehabilitation
Mary Bogan, BSW, Case Manager, Grandview Hospital
5:00 pm Evaluations (MUST be signed to receive a certificate of
attendance). Certificates awarded for hours attended.
Contact Hours: Nurses: 9.6 contact hours
Social Workers and Case Managers: 8 contact hours
Occupation and Physical Therapists/ Assistants: 8 hours
8.0 Nursing Home Administrators.
Assisted Living Administrators, 8.0 contact hours, (0.0 may be applied toward the Category II requirements for cognitive impairment/ dementia education.,
Fee: $75.00 Mail to Human Resource Options, Post Office Box 310996, Birmingham, Alabama 35231. Pay with credit card on the attached Pay Pal Button:
For questions or concerns: email Carlette C. Smith at hro@humanresourceoptions or call (205) 567.791.0772. ______________________________________________________________
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------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Directions to The Oaks on Parkwood: 2651 Laurel Oak Drive, Bessemer, Alabama 35022. The event will be held on the campus at the “NOLAND HALL” building. Phone number: 205-497-4560. From the Riverchase Galleria: Take Highway 150 about 5 miles. Go pass the Lake Cyrus entry on the left, then turn left on Parkwood Road for .5 miles. The entrance is on the right side of Parkwood Road. From I-459 South: Take the Highway 159 Exit (Exit 10) and bear right, Go approximately 2.8 miles. Go pass the Lake Cyrus entry on the left, then turn left on Parkwood Road for.5 miles. The entrance is on the right side of Parkwood Road. From I-459 North: Take the Morgan Road Exit (Exit 6) and bear right. At the first traffic light turn left on Parkwood Road and go 2.3 miles. The entrance is on the Parkwood Road. From Downtown Bessemer: Take Highway 150 East toward Hoover. Go through the Parkwood Community and turn right on Parkwood Road. Go approximately .5 miles. The entrance is on the right side of Parkwood Road.
SPEAKERS FOR SUMMER SYMPOSIUM 2018
Tricia Keith, Registered Dental Hygienist, The UAB Dental Group Private Practice. Tricia has seventeen years of experience in Dentistry. She has been employed in hospitals, nursing homes and other long term care facilities. Over ten years as Recreational Therapist where she utilized the best practices to improve the overall quality of life for her patients. Her experience has given her an understanding of people who suffer with chronic illness and how it affects their individual lives.
Oral Health for Seniors Objectives: At the completion of this presentation, participants will have knowledge of: **Understanding the relationship between oral health and the systemic system **Identify the dental needs of individual patients within different healthcare settings **Recognize and implement strategies that address the oral healthcare needs of individual patients with diverse medical conditions ** Self-care habits for the healthcare provider **To gain a greater understanding of our patient’s oral health care and how to improve their overall health and well- being.
Viola Woods, RD, LD, CDEis a registered and licensed Dietician. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Nutrition, with preparation in Food and Nutrition and Institutional Management and is a Certified Diabetes Educator. Ms. Woods is currently employed at Birmingham VA Medical Center as Outpatient Diabetes Management Program Coordinator. Her professional affiliations are Registered and Licensed Dietician, American Diabetic Association, Alabama Board of Examiners for Dietetics/Nutrition Practice, American Association of Diabetes Education, and National Certification Board of Diabetes Education. Viola has spoken at many churches, health fairs, and for Boy Scout troops.
Managing Diabetes At the conclusion of this presentation, participants will have knowledge of: ** The difference between saturated and unsaturated fats. **Definition of LDL, HDL, and triglycerides. **How to make food choices that contain mono and polyunsaturated fats, and omega 3 fatty acids. **How to read labels for fat, cholesterol and total carbohydrates.
Karlie L. Brantley, PT, DPT, NCS, BA, Inpatient Physical Therapy manager, Encompass Lakeshore Protecting Health and Rehabilitation Hospital. Karlie earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy at University of Alabama at Birmingham and Bachelor of Arts in Exercise Science at Willamette University. She is currently Interim Clinical Coordinator of Clinical Education (CCCE) in Neuro Rehabilitation, one of six Neurological Certified Specialist in Alabama, and assists with corporate events in HR Recruiting at UAB and Emory job fairs, and liaison CEU events. Karlie has been a speaker for Human Resource Options since 2011. She has previously worked as Professor in the Physical Therapy Aide (non-degree) program at Jefferson State College. Parkinson’s Disease: Knowledge from a PT Perspective: At the completion of this presentation, participants will have knowledge of: **Increased in-depth knowledge of Parkinson’s Disease **Understanding of pathology/etiology, classification an disease progression **Treatment plan **Community Resources.
Scott Akin serves as the Financial Wellness Coordinator for the Anniston, Gadsden, and Birmingham markets. A native of Mississippi attended Mississippi State University. In the role of Financial Wellness Coordinator, Scott partners with local branches to promote Financial Wellness and Education o the communities Regions serves through organizations and businesses. Prior to working with regions, Scott served as Financial Planner with Northwestern Mutual, focusing on life and disability insurance protection for individuals and their families. Protecting Yourself from Identity Theft. At the completion of this presentation, participants will have knowledge of: **Types of identity theft **What is fishing **What do you do if you are a victim of identity theft.
Donnie Brown Hill, AAS, RPSGT, RST, CPC; Registered PolysomnographicTechnologist, Certified Life Coach, UAB Geriatric Scholar. Founder and President, lecturer, and motivational speaker of Donnie Brown-Hill & Associates. Donnie has completed over 8,700 sleep studies in her 14 year career. Her lifestyle design coaching boutique guides women through how to use their own insightful thinking so that they can live their best life ever. Working While Sleepy: Shifting the Way You Sleep. At the completion of this presentation, participants will have knowledge of: **Why sleep is important **An understanding of how lack of sleep affects one while at work **How to create an overall wellness schedule. This session will provide greater insight into the connection of sleep with overall wellness and the importance of sleep to maximize mind and body functions to provide quantity and quality sleep to enhance performance to attain a more productive work ethic.
Cynthia Watts, BA (Samford University), DISC Personality Profile Certification, Certified Life and Work Coach, Watts Management Solutions. Cynthia is the Children’s Director at The First Baptist Church of Birmingham on Lakeshore Drive (1917-present). Previous employment: Director of Quality and Compliance, University of Florida, College of Pharmacy (2014-2016); Watts Management Solutions (1999-present, where is a consultant, speaker, team facilitator and corporate trainer for businesses with accreditation preparation, Quality Improvement, Patient Experience, Leadership Development, Employee Coaching, and Customer Relations.
Are You Practicing Ethics When No One Is watching? At the conclusion of this presentation, participant will have knowledge of: **Examples of ethical and non-ethical behavior **Set goals and deadlines for any correction or improvement that might be needed in their workplace **How to include ethical behavior in their mission/vision.
Mary Bogan, LBSW, Case Manager, Grandview Medical Center. A University of Alabama at Birmingham graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Social Work. Mary has worked at Grandview Medical Center) previously trinity Medical Center for over 14 years. Her previous experience was at Beverly Health Center as Social Worker Director and Dementia Coordinator. Mary trained under Dr. Richard Powers at University of Alabama Dementia Training and Behavior Health in Behavioral Direction and Elopement Redirection. She has provided training classes on Advanced Directives to the Birmingham City Council and other community programs.
The Road to Rehabilitation At the conclusion of this presentation, participants will have knowledge of: ** How to identify the different levels of rehabilitation available illness or injury. ^^Doctor’s Office or Hospital ^^Outpatient Rehabilitation ^^Home Health Care ^^Skilled Nursing facility ^^Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility ^^Long Term Acute Care Hospital.