Karen Fletchall, Administrator
Village Care Center
Maryville, MO 64468
Stephanie Stewart, MSN, RN-BC
Assistant Professor of Nursing
Nurse Simulation Lab Manager
Murphy Hall 308
Department of Nursing and Allied Health
Missouri Western State University
4525 Downs Drive
St. Joseph, MO
"Alive Inside: The Power of Personalized Music"
Video Presentation created by Dan Cohen, M.S.W.,
Viewing and Discussion Facilitated by Leslie Sebastian
More and more, nursing home administrators are realizing the importance of providing a person-centered long term care community that recognizes the dignity and autonomy of the individuals that reside there rather than treating them institutionally as medical patients. Music can be one of the approaches to decrease the use of antipsychotics. This presentation will teach participants how important music is to elders' lives and how it can replace many of the psychotropic medicines that are currently being prescribed. The most potent emotional response comes from the mixture of joy, gratitude and recognition of the passage of time visible on a handful of respondents' faces as they're experiencing a song from their younger days from watching this film, the participants can witness moments of musical awakenings that will motivate and encourage participants to help guide them along their culture change journey.
FREE Administrator (1.5 PC) CEUs (Approved)
FREE Activity Professional (Approved)
FREE Social Worker CEUs (Approved)
Date: Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Time: 9:15 - 9:30 a.m. Registration
9:30 - 11:30 Presentation
Location: East Hills Library
502 N. Woodbine Rd.
St. Joseph, MO 64506
There is no charge to attend.
Registration in advance would be appreciated.
Please RSVP to Stephanie Stewart at 816-271-4407 or email@example.com
2015 Meeting Dates
May 20 - "Alive Inside"