This Direct Supply webinar features Cameron J. Camp, Ph.D. – Director of Research & Development, Center for Applied Research in Dementia, and Kelly Sullivan – Senior Product Consultant, Direct Supply.
In this session, we discuss an approach to ensuring residents can achieve the highest quality of life in Memory Care settings. We’ll focus primarily on enabling residents to make choices throughout the day, encouraging them to join committees to create a sense of community, and connecting with a large social network, including the use of inter-generational programming for persons with dementia.
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