Rothkoff Law Group is excited to announce that we will be hosting our Inaugural Symposium for Eldercare Professionals in 2018.
For the convenience of our clients and colleagues we are offering the program in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania, respectively. All are invited to attend to hear our world renowned speaker Eloy van Hal, Founder of The Hogeweyk. Professionals are eligible for 5 CEU credits for the day.
October 25, 2018
8:30 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.
Sheraton Bucks County in Langhorne, PA
Eloy van Hal is an internationally acclaimed speaker & founder of the world renowned dementia village, The Hogeweyk, in the Netherlands.
These day-long symposiums will highlight current topics about the care of seniors presented by a host of leading experts in the field of eldercare.
The presentations and panel discussions will provide professionals who work with the elderly an opportunity to learn valuable information, network with their peers and gain a better understanding of eldercare issues. Attendees will gain knowledge and skills that will enable them to help seniors and their families navigate through the difficult issues involving the aging process.
Symphony Manor of Feasterville
Artis Evesham & Huntington Valley
ManorCare Oxford Valley and Huntingdon Valley
Preferred Home Health Care and Nursing Services
SarahCare of Jenkintown
101 Mobility of Greater PA
Always Best Care Senior Services
Atria Center City Senior Living
Brandywine Living at Dresher Estates
Crossroads Hospice & Palliative Care
Holy Redeemer Life Care
Serenity Hospice Care
Vitas Healthcare, Philadelphia
Following registration, an hour of networking and opening remarks, each symposium will begin with an expert panel discussing the current landscape of eldercare. Next, Mr. van Hal will provide a dynamic look at dementia villages he has created in the Netherlands and discuss how his concepts can impact eldercare in the United States. During a buffet lunch, Rothkoff Law Group will present its inaugural Professional Caregiver Award. The afternoon will be comprised of three breakout sessions concentrating on forward-thinking care and treatment options for the elderly and a plenary session focusing on Enhancing Meaningful Living with Dementia: Building Community Through the Arts presented by Susan Shifrin, PhD, Founder and Executive Director of ARTZ Philadelphia. Throughout the day there will be opportunities for attendees to experience a Virtual Dementia Tour presented by Arden Courts of Cherry Hill.
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