Person-centered care Programming for Retired Religious

Designing programs for those we care for must be grounded in person-centered care. This care, based on the needs and strengths of the sisters and brothers we care for, goes beyond the "check mark" of an assessment. Providing person-centered care is vital, giving meaning and fulfillment to the lives of our elders, allowing them a sense of purpose as they age.

During this 1 hour webinar, Sr. M. Peter Lillian Di Maria, O.Carm. will discuss the importance of person-centered care programming and the best practices for designing and implementing quality programs. Alfred Norwood, President of Behavior Science, Inc. will accompany Sr. Peter to discuss the effect of aging on developing person centered programming.  

This program is recommended for those in elected leadership and those who are in ministry to their retired members.

 

About the Speaker:

Speaker: Sr. M. Peter Lillian Di Maria, O.Carm., BA, LNHA, DCP
Director of the Avila Institute of Gerontology in Germantown, New York

Sr. M. Peter Lillian has been the Director of the Avila Institute of Gerontology in Germantown, New York since January 1997. The Avila Institute is the education arm of the Carmelite Sisters for the Aged and Infirm. The Institute creates opportunities for individuals to share experiences and knowledge regarding their work with the aged and contributes to the field of gerontology through workshops, publications and studies. Sister M. Peter Lillian has been in the Continuing Care ministry for over 30 years often working in many administrative capacities. She has lectured many times on Alzheimer's Disease, Palliative Care, Geriatric Spiritual Care, Family Care Issues, Stress Reduction and Team Building. Sr. Peter has developed successful Dementia Care Programs, Dementia Care Curriculums and assisted in developing a Palliative Care Resource Manual that is specific for Geriatric Care. Sr. Peter Lillian has lectured in the United States and Ireland. Sr. Peter Lillian has worked with many Congregations concerning Aging Issues.

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