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ExpiredWEBINAR: Seniors; Yes, They Can Be Bullies, Too!

  • August 29, 2019 9:00 am - 10:30 am

When the topic of bullying comes up, we often think of the younger crowd. Additionally, the high school cliques and oftentimes silent “cyber-bullying” are all too familiar concerns with many of today’s youth. There is; however, growing attention being seriously given to this same concern in today’s senior living communities. These adult communal living settings can breed bullying and clique-ish behaviors. Bullying and bully-type behaviors include the exclusion of other residents from activities, monopolizing public areas, and insulting comments and actions. This interactive session will assist business professionals with recognizing and understanding bully behaviors as well as learning specific techniques on how to handle very different and difficult situations in all types of senior living communities.

SPEAKERAnthony F. Vicari

Anthony is an active Quality of Life educator in today’s healthcare and business profession. His 2018 Presentation Venue includes the following cities: Colorado Springs and Pueblo, Colorado; Phoenix, Arizona; St. Cloud, Minnesota; Carson City, Nevada; Bismarck, North Dakota; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Anchorage, Alaska; and Garrett County, Maryland. Anthony is nationally certified as an Activity Consultant Certified/Education Specialization (ACC/EDU) through the National Certification Council for Activity Professionals; an Activity Consultant-Board Certified (AC-BC) through the National Association of Activity Professionals Credentialing Center; a Certified Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia Care Trainer (CADDCT) and Certified Dementia Practitioner (CDP) through the National Certification Council of Dementia Practitioners; and a Certified Eden Alternative Educator and Associate through Eden Alternative. Anthony’s 38 years of professional work and consulting includes adult and geriatric behavioral health hospitals, memory care neighborhoods, continuous care retirement communities, skilled nursing centers, and public/private education as school administrator and educator. He enjoys working and serving residents and families in a variety of healthcare settings and has presented education seminars dealing with Alzheimer’s disease/Dementia and Quality of Care/Life programming and services at the local, state and national levels. Finally, Anthony is a published author, specifically addressing Quality of Life issues, effective programming, leadership skills and essential strategies for professionals and families.

 Cancellation Policy

For a full refund, cancellation needs to be completed 7 days prior to the webinar training session date.  You will be charged full registration if cancellation is not done within that stated period.

If you have any questions, please feel free to email us at: training@ahma-psw.org