All our Zoom trainings are considered "LIVE" presentations for the purpose of credits.

Presents:
Human Trafficking:
A Community Epidemic 

Thursday, April 8
11:30 am - 1:00 pm


1.5 Contact Hours & CEs Nursing & Social Work


This presentation meets the mandatory requirements of LARA
  • Discuss sex trafficking and how it effects the community.
  • Identify behavioral, physical and psychological characteristics, seen in both victims of human trafficking and traffickers.
  • Discuss how and why sex trafficking is prominent in all communities
  • Discuss reporting mechanisms and how to fight sex trafficking.
Or contact Donnamacdonald@wayne.edu or 248-719-0640
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Anxiety, Depression & Despair have Consequences
Free Virtual Presentation

Tuesday, April 13
11:30 am - 1:00 pm


Earn 1.5 CEs or Contact Hours

  • List and discuss barriers to treatment for both anxiety and depression
  • Identify treatment modalities and goals for both depression and anxiety
  • Understand the impact of environmental factors that influence these mental challenges

Or contact Donnamacdonald@wayne.edu or 248-719-0640
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Managing Chronic Pain before It Manages You

Free Virtual Presentation
Wednesday, April 14
11:30 am - 1:00 pm


Earn 1.5 CEs or Contact Hours
Objectives:
  • Recognize the incidence and prevalence of pain in the population
  • Identify conditions that mask pain
  • Differentiate between addiction, dependence, tolerance and pseudo-addiction
  • Identify indication for use of antidepressants or alternative therapies in pain management

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Or contact Donnamacdonald@wayne.edu or 248-719-0640

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The Balancing Act: Managing Burnout in Unmanageable Circumstances


Virtual Presentation
Tuesday, April 20
5:30 - 7:00 pm


1.5 CEs or Contact Hours
Objectives:
  • Define burnout and identify factors that influence depression and anxiety
  • Examine personal and workplace impacts of burnout and how to cope
  • Demonstrate aptitude in implementing tools and strategies to mitigate burnout
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Or contact Donnamacdonald@wayne.edu or 248-719-0640
Present

Culture, Sensitivity & You

Wednesday, April 21
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Virtual Presentation


1.5 Contact Hours Nursing & CEs Social Work
Objectives:
  • Understand the complexity of cultural competency 
  • Discuss the impact of cultural competency on service delivery 
  • Identify common barriers to becoming culturally competent and how to address them 

Or contact Donnamacdonald@wayne.edu or 248-719-0640

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Bringing Calm to the Chaos of Life

Thursday, April 22
11:30 am - 1:00 pm


  • Define the Impact of stress on health
  • Identify key stressors in self care
  • Practice of deep breathing exercise
  • Identify practical applications of mind-body therapies in personal self-care

1.5 CEs Social Work or 1.5 Contact Hours Nursing
or 248-719-0640


Presents:
Human Trafficking Part 2:
The Making of a Victim 

Tuesday, April 27
11:30 am - 1:00 pm


1.5 Contact Hours & CEs Nursing & Social Work


This presentation meets the mandatory requirements of LARA
  • Recognize behavioral and physical traits of sex trafficking victims
  • Discuss the process of grooming and examine methods that are employed
  • Explore ways to prevent and fight sex trafficking at home and in your community



Senior Bullying: 
Addressing the Elephant in the Room
April 29 Virtual Training
5:30-7:00 pm

Associate Dean
Wayne State University
College of Fine, Performing & Communication Arts

1.5 Contact Hours & CEs Nursing & Social Work

Health care providers play a major role in educating older adults and those who work with them about bullying among older adults and strategies for preventing or coping with it. Learn ways to identify and train staff members to make sure they are aware:

  • It is not okay for residents to exclude one another from games or groups
  • It is not okay to deride someone for their clothing, smell, hairstyle or skin color
  • You should set limits that prevent any resident from violating another residents’ rights.

We will also demonstrate way to encourage and train older adults and staff to safely intervene when they observe bullying.
or 248-719-0640