Live Webinar: "Beyond Alzheimers Disease: What Else Could It Be?"

July 10, 2020 ~ 2PM - 3PM

This webinar is hosted by the Virginia Assisted Living Association (VALA) in partnership with Jenerations Health Education.

**In order to track your CEU's electronically you must be logged in to VALA website.

VALA Member Rate: $25
VALA Nonmember Rate: $50

"Beyond Alzheimer's Disease: What Else Could It Be?"

Alzheimer’s Disease is the most well-known type of dementia but there are many others that impact both older and younger adults.  What can be done to prevent dementia?  How can we help families through the devastating diagnosis?  Join us for this informative and interactive program to further your understanding of the types, treatments and causes of dementia.

Webinar Format: Live Webinar
Participants will be able to interact with the presenter during the presentation. Participants will be expected to attend all of the training to receive continuing education credits. Interactive polls may be conducted during the webinar as a form of attendance verification and will require answers by participants. 

Continuing Education Credits - 1 Hour
  • NAB: This program has been approved by the National Continuing Education Review Service (NCERS) of the National Association of Boards of Examiners of Long Term Care Administrators (NAB) for 1 credit/contact hour. Program Approval Code: 20210709-1-A67898-DL.
  • Social Worker: Jenerations Health Education is an approved sponsor of the Maryland Board of Social Work Examiners for continuing education credits for licensed social workers in Maryland. VA Board of Social Work accepts these credits for Virginia social workers. Jenerations Health Education maintains responsibility for this program to offer 1 credit/contact hour.

Stephanie Goldstein, BSW, LBSW, Jenerations Health Education

Stephanie is a member of the Jenerations’ speakers bureau as well as our CE compliance director. She is on faculty at Baltimore County Community College and works in care management with Ferretto Eldercare Consulting. Her experience includes both working directly with patients and as a manager in mental health and long term care for over 20 years. When not working, Stephanie enjoys going to farmer’s markets and the beach. She also keeps busy juggling her kids’ swim meet schedules.

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Upcoming VALA Webinars

VALA is proud to offer upcoming webinars for assisted living administrators, regional staff members, caregivers, nurses, and other staff members. The webinars will offer a variety of continuing education credits dependent upon the topics (i.e. NAB, Nursing, Social Work). Many of the webinars are held live with the ability of participants to interact with the presenter during the webinar. 

Virginia Board of Long-Term Care Administrators Continuing Education Requirements and Guidance
Per 18VAC95-30-70(A)(1) and 18VAC95-20-175(A)(1), Up to 10 of the 20 hours may be obtained through Internet or self-study courses and up to 10 continuing education hours in excess of the number required may be transferred or credited to the next renewal year. 

03/19/2020 CE guidance: During the six month extension of continuing competency requirements that must be obtained for the licensure period between April 1, 2019 - March 31, 2020, programs delivered via teleconference or webcast where there is an opportunity to interact wtih the speakers in real time ("interactive course") will count toward the 10 hours of continuing competency requirements that must be taken in addition to the 10 hours of internet or self-study hours.