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2014 UNIVERSITY OF MAINE CLINICAL GERIATRICS COLLOQUIUM
HELPING OLDER ADULTS IN CRISIS
MONDAY, MAY 12, 2014
The 2014 University of Maine Clinical Geriatrics Colloquium will address such topics as:
- Classic life crises and transitions in the aging process
- Trauma and aging
- Rapid response, crisis intervention, and stabilization techniques and methods
- Suicide prevention - Principles of practice
- Intensive short-term case management and counseling methods
- Harm reduction and concurrent disorders services
- The verbally and physically challenging older client
- Recognizing the signs and symptoms of impending crisis in older adults
- Working with the frail, isolated/marginalized, at risk, hard to serve, and hard to reach elders
- Multidisciplinary and interprofessional perspectives on older adult crisis
- Person-centered approaches to crisis intervention
- Creating controlled and safe environments for elders at-risk
- Determining when elders are a danger to themselves and/or others
- How to talk with older adults in a crisis
- Helping older adults cope with disaster
- Principles of crisis telephone support
Members of the Maine Gerontological Society qualify for a reduced registration rate.
More information and registration materials coming soon.