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The Understanding Family Dynamics at End of Life session helped participants understand the dynamics within a family that govern how they behave and how they may experience the patients dying process. The program sponsored by Gentiva Health Services, Inc., was presented by Mary Beth Quinn, BSN, RN from Odyssey Hospice, a Gentiva company with support from Right at Home. Thirty attendees successfully completed the program and received continuing education credit hours.
The next program being offered by Shrewsbury Crossings is “Senior Bullying and Its Impact”, on Thursday February 7th in the morning and again on Thursday March 7th in the evening. Kelly Marcimo, Director of Community Relations, “explained that this topic was selected in light of the recent expanded awareness of bullying among our youths, and there can be very similar dynamics in the senior population. We think many people can benefit from the information being shared in this program. We hope caregivers, families, and anyone that works with the senior population will come to learn more about this critical topic. In order to reach the broadest audience we are offering this program at different times to allow people more opportunity to fit it into their schedules. We are pleased to be able to offer this program for anyone who is interested in bettering the lives of seniors!”
“Senior Bullying and Its Impact” will explore a topic not often thought associated with seniors. We will define bullying as it relates to them, explore prevalence and impact and identify approaches to support seniors. Participants will discover what to look for and how to assist seniors managing this social problem.
This event is free and open to the public; you can register online at http:shrewsburycrossingsfeb7.eventbrite.com for the first session or http:shrewsburycrossingsmar7.eventbrite.com for the second session.
Shrewsbury Crossings offers Assisted Living and the Harbor Program of care for those with Alzheimer’s disease and other memory impairments. The community is operated by Benchmark Senior Living, based in Wellesley. Benchmark is the largest privately held provider of senior living services in the Northeast and is committed to setting the standard of excellence in senior housing. The company develops, owns and manages an array of senior living communities which offer independent living, assisted living, and specialized assisted living for the memory impaired. Benchmark operates 45 communities in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, Rhode Island and Maine. Visit Benchmark at www.benchmarkseniorliving.com.