University of Southern Indiana
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Mid-America Institute On Aging

Thursday, August 14, 2014 - Friday, August 15, 2014

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Select your registration and attendee type to see your registration fee below.

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Day One - Thursday, August 14, 2014

Select your concurrent sessions in the table below.

Time Concurrent 1 Concurrent 2 Concurrent 3 Concurrent 4 Concurrent 5 Concurrent 6
7 - 8 AM Registration/Continental Breakfast
7:45 - 8:15 AM Drumming for Health
Cindy Goodwin, MSN, RN
8:15 - 8:30 AM Welcome and Introductions
8:30 - 10 AM Making Moments of Joy - It's What You Choose to Do as a Caregiver
Teepa Snow, MS, OTR/L, FAOTA
10 - 10:30 AM Break
10:30 - 11:30 AM

Music Therapy & Aging: A Continuum of Care

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Happily Married After Retirement

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Managing Menopause: What's New

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Who Will Care of Us?

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Introduction to Advance Directives: Basics of Self-Determination

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HeartMath Relieves Stress Now

Details
11:30 - 12:30 PM Lunch
12:30 - 1:30 PM

Fall Prevention and Reduction of Fear of Falling

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Think of Me When ...

Details


Identity Theft

Details


Care Transitions: From Hospital to Home

Details


Jimmo vs. Sebelius: Its Impact on Health Services for Chronically Ill

Details


Self-Care IS Healthcare

Details
1:30 - 1:50 PM Break
1:50 - 2:50 PM

Enhancing Speech Through Music

Details


Honor Flight for the Greatest Generation

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Elder Abuse in Indiana: A Legal Primer

Details


Creative Solutions in Caregiving

Details


Exercise for Health and Wellbeing

Details


Self-Care IS Healthcare (repeated)

Details
2:50 - 3:10 PM Break
3:10 - 4:15 PM Finding Your Funny Sauce in the Caregiver Sandwich
Breeda Miller
4:15 - 4:30 PM Closing & Evaluation

Day Two - Friday, August 15, 2014

Select your concurrent sessions in the table below.

Time Concurrent 1 Concurrent 2 Concurrent 3 Concurrent 4 Concurrent 5 Concurrent 6
7 - 8 AM Registration/Continental Breakfast
7:30 - 8 AM Relax to Sounds of the Native American Flute
Doug Luzar
8 - 8:15 AM Experience Tai Chi
Ron Weatherford
8:15 - 8:30 AM Welcome and Introductions
8:30 - 10 AM Natural Approaches to Prevention of Disease
Mimi Guarneri, MD, FACC
10 - 10:30 AM Break
10:30 - 11:30 AM

Health by Design: Creating Communities that Support Active Aging

Details


The Science of Mind-Body Connection

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Assessing Depression in the Older Adult Population: Does it Present Differently?

Details


Benefits of Dancing for Older Adults

Details


Introduction to Advance Directives: Basics of Self-Determination (repeat from Day 1)

Details


Care Transitions: From Hospital to Home (repeat from Day 1)

Details
11:30 - 12:15 PM Lunch
12:15 - 1:15 PM

Improving Access to Support Services and Care Strategies from Health Agencies Focused on Parkinson's Disease

Details


The Science of Mind-Body Connection (repeated)

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Assessing Depression in the Older Adult Population: Does it Present Differently? (Repeat)

Details


Pickleball: Fastest Growing Family Sport

Details


OPTIMISTIC: An Approach to Increasing Quality of Life for Long-Term Care Residents

Details


Providing Affirming Services to LGBT Seniors (Part 1 of 2)

Details
1:15 - 1:30 PM Break
1:30 - 2:30 PM

Improving Access to Support Services and Care Strategies for Health Agencies Focused on ALS

Details


Fit and 50: Become Your Own Champion!

Details


Women! Protect Yourselves

Details


Tai Chi for Health

Details


Optimized Aging with Nutritional and Weight Management Techniques

Details


More on Providing Affirming Services to LGBT Seniors (Part 2 of 2)

Details
2:30 - 3 PM Break
3 - 4:30 PM Never Ever Give Up!
Diana Nyad

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Outreach and Engagement
8600 University Blvd.
Evansville, IN 47712

Friday, August 15, 2014

3-4:30 PM
Diana Nyad - "Never Ever Give Up!"

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CVV

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Registration/Continental Breakfast

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Drumming for Health

Speaker(s): Cindy Goodwin, MSN, RN

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Welcome and Introductions

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Making Moments of Joy - It's What You Choose to Do as a Caregiver

Speaker(s): Teepa Snow, MS, OTR/L, FAOTA

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Break

Description: Exhibits open

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Music Therapy & Aging: A Continuum of Care

Description: Application and research for music therapy for older adults in a variety of community & residential settings

Speaker(s): Kathleen M. Murphy, PhD, MT-BC

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Happily Married After Retirement

Description: A practical approach to couple-hood in retirement years

Speaker(s): Mike and Judy Barnett

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Managing Menopause: What's New

Description: Explore the physiology of menopause, common symptoms, and strategies for management

Speaker(s): Anne Moore, DNP, APN, FAANP

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Who Will Care of Us?

Description: Look into the future of provision of healthcare services

Speaker(s): Linda White, President and CEO Deaconess Health System

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Introduction to Advance Directives: Basics of Self-Determination

Description: Learn the basics of advance directives and why they are needed

Speaker(s): Karen L. Williams, BS

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HeartMath Relieves Stress Now

Description: This experiential presentation provides awareness and tools for on-demand stress-relief, resilience and vitality

Speaker(s): Kimberly Gray RN, HN-BC, BA, LMT, CHTP/I/Licensed HeartMath Trainer/Coach

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Lunch

Description: Exhibits open - UC East, 2nd Floor

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Break

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Fall Prevention and Reduction of Fear of Falling

Description: Experiential presentation of various evidence-based body-mind-spirit modalities helpful in preventing falls and reducting fear of falling.

Speaker(s): Helen Emge Shymanski, CHC, E-RYT 200

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Think of Me When ...

Description: Life is full of fond memories, and there are more to be made. Funeral preplanning can offer peace of mind, so you can enjoy the present, knowing the future is secure.

Speaker(s): Carol Chambers & Doug Hoog

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Identity Theft

Description: Learn tips to maintain confidentiality of your personal information and what to do in the event your identity is stolen.

Speaker(s): Greg Oeth, Posey County Sheriff

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Care Transitions: From Hospital to Home

Description: Using SWIRCA & More's Care Transitions to reduce hospital readmissions while stabilizing the patients in a community setting

Speaker(s): Michael Halling, MS, Cathleen L Eli, BS

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Jimmo vs. Sebelius: Its Impact on Health Services for Chronically Ill

Description: A legal settlement by CMS eliminates the "improvement requirement" for home health skilled services. How does this affect home health coverage?

Speaker(s): Jean Macdonald, BSN, MS, RN

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Self-Care IS Healthcare

Description: An experiential presentation introducing integrative/holistic tools for self-care, stress-relief and to restore a sense of balance/renewal.

Speaker(s): Kimberly Gray RN, HN-BC, BA, LMT, CHTP/I/Licensed HeartMath Trainer/Coach

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Enhancing Speech Through Music

Description: Discover how SongShine helps stroke victims and those with Parkinson's strengthen their speaking voices.

Speaker(s): Kim Atwood, Rebecca Brookman, Pat Denton, JoAnn Drennen, Barbara Fosse and Colleen Martin

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Honor Flight for the Greatest Generation

Description: Discover how this non-profit organization provides World War II veterans an opportunity to visit Washington, D.C.

Speaker(s): Stan Adler

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Elder Abuse in Indiana: A Legal Primer

Description: A comprehensive look at Indiana's laws on elder abuse, mandatory reporting requirements and best practices and strategies for improvement

Speaker(s): Kerry Hyatt Blomquist, JD

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Creative Solutions in Caregiving

Description: Clever ways to solve challenging problems with humor and grace

Speaker(s): Breeda Miller

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Exercise for Health and Wellbeing

Description: Intimidated by traditional exercise classes? Try these approaches so you can remain active longer.

Speaker(s): Dave Enzler

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Self-Care IS Healthcare (repeated)

Description: An experiential presentation introducing integrative/holistic tools for self-care, stress-relief and to restore a sense of balance/renewal.

Speaker(s): Kimberly Gray RN, HN-BC, BA, LMT, CHTP/I/Licensed HeartMath Trainer/Coach

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Break

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Finding Your Funny Sauce in the Caregiver Sandwich

Description: Caring for frail, aging parents while raising your children and holding down a job can be enough to bring the strongest to their knees. This session will inspire and show you ways you can use the power of humor to be the best you can be.

Speaker(s): Breeda Miller

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Closing & Evaluation

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Registration/Continental Breakfast

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Relax to Sounds of the Native American Flute

Speaker(s): Doug Luzar

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Experience Tai Chi

Speaker(s): Ron Weatherford

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Welcome and Introductions

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Natural Approaches to Prevention of Disease

Speaker(s): Mimi Guarneri, MD, FACC

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Break

Description: Exhibits open

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Health by Design: Creating Communities that Support Active Aging

Description: How the built environment impacts older adults' ability to be safe, active and engaged in community.

Speaker(s): Kim Irwin, MPH

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The Science of Mind-Body Connection

Description: Review the science linking attitude, mental status, and emotions to health and disease

Speaker(s): Mimi Guarneri, MD, FACC

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Assessing Depression in the Older Adult Population: Does it Present Differently?

Description: How signs and symptoms of depression may represent a more significant problem than depression

Speaker(s): Julie Wood, MD

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Benefits of Dancing for Older Adults

Description: Meet this fun group of dancers who will teach a line dance and a few steps of East Coast Swing.

Speaker(s): Kathy Osburn and members of the River City Bop Club

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Introduction to Advance Directives: Basics of Self-Determination (repeat from Day 1)

Description: Learn the basics of advance directives and why they are needed

Speaker(s): Karen L. Williams, BS

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Care Transitions: From Hospital to Home (repeat from Day 1)

Description: Using SWIRCA & More's Care Transitions to reduce hospital readmissions while stabilizing the patients in a community setting

Speaker(s): Michael Halling, MS, Cathleen L Eli, BS

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Lunch

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Break

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Break

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Improving Access to Support Services and Care Strategies from Health Agencies Focused on Parkinson's Disease

Description: Learn how to more effectively serve clients affected by Parkinson's disease and other neurological conditions.

Speaker(s): Leo G. Rafail, BSW

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The Science of Mind-Body Connection (repeated)

Description: Review the science linking attitude, mental status, and emotions to health and disease

Speaker(s): Mimi Guarneri, MD, FACC

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Assessing Depression in the Older Adult Population: Does it Present Differently? (Repeat)

Description: How signs and symptoms of depression may represent a more significant problem than depression

Speaker(s): Julie Wood, MD

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Pickleball: Fastest Growing Family Sport

Description: Discover the game that is taking the country by storm! Pickeball is a racquet sport that combines elements of tennis, badminton and table tennis.

Speaker(s): Dick LaDuc

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OPTIMISTIC: An Approach to Increasing Quality of Life for Long-Term Care Residents

Description: Explanation of the OPTIMISTIC program and tools implemented to date

Speaker(s): Noadiah Malott, RN, MSN, ACNP-BC

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Providing Affirming Services to LGBT Seniors (Part 1 of 2)

Description: Basic information about LGBT terms, respectful language and barriers to services

Speaker(s): Cathleen Weber, MSW, LCSW, Jean Capler, MSW, LCSW

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Improving Access to Support Services and Care Strategies for Health Agencies Focused on ALS

Description: Learn how to more effectively serve clients affected by ALS and other neurological conditions

Speaker(s): Leo G. Rafail, BSW

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Fit and 50: Become Your Own Champion!

Description: Watch highlights of athletes who compete at the National Senior Games and hear from a panel of local senior athletes

Speaker(s): Holly Schneider and Kristin Hood

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Women! Protect Yourselves

Description: Learn tips and techniques for women's self defense from RAD (Rape Aggression Defense Program)

Speaker(s): Jeff Chestnut, MA, BS

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Tai Chi for Health

Description: Tai Chi for Everyone - Use breath and gentle movement to help manage stress, lower blood pressure, and improve health.

Speaker(s): Ron Weatherford

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Optimized Aging with Nutritional and Weight Management Techniques

Description: Aging well depends on optimal nutrition as well as weight management which may get more difficult with age.

Speaker(s): Louis B. Cady, MD, FAPA

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More on Providing Affirming Services to LGBT Seniors (Part 2 of 2)

Description: Building on part 1 from the previous session, with focus on agency environment, policy and procedure, forms, documentation, and other aspects of service.

Speaker(s): Cathleen Weber, MSW, LCSW, Jean Capler, MSW, LCSW

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Never Ever Give Up!

Description: I have three messages. one is we should never ever give up. Two is you are never too old to chase your dreams. And three is it looks like a solitary sport but it takes a team.

Speaker(s): Diana Nyad

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