University of Southern Indiana

MAIA Registration Form

Mid-America Institute On Aging

Thursday, August 13, 2015 - Friday, August 14, 2015

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(Individual email address required for continuing education credit)

Registration Information

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

Which Day?
Total Fee
$
Day One - Thursday, August 13, 2015

Select your concurrent sessions in the table below.

Time Concurrent 1 Concurrent 2 Concurrent 3 Concurrent 4 Concurrent 5 Concurrent 6
7 - 8:15 AM Registration/Continental Breakfast
7:45 - 8:15 AM Yoga
Kim Childers
8:15 - 8:30 AM Welcome and Introductions
8:30 - 10 AM No Title
Dan Buettner
10 - 10:30 AM Break
10:30 - 11:30 AM

Dementia: Competence for EMS, First Responder and Public Safety Personnel - Part 1

Details


Prevention of Falls

Details


Healing/Wellness/Good, Whole Foods for Heart Health

Details


Mental Health Assessment

Details


Transformational Education Concert

Details


War Veterans and Medical Issues - Part 1

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

Dementia: Competence for EMS, First Responder and Public Safety Personnel - Part 2

Details


Volunteerism

Details


Healing/Wellness/Good, Whole Foods for Heart Health (repeat)

Details


Journaling

Details


Holistic Reflexology

Details


War Veterans and Medical Issues - Part 2: End of life issues related to each war

Details
1:30 - 1:45 PM Break
1:45 - 2:45 PM

Psychological First Aid

Details


Grandparents Raising Grandkids

Details


Macular Degeneration

Details


Teepa Presentation Topic: Gems

Details


Holistic Reflexology (repeat)

Details


Hybrid of "Retrofitting Cities and Towns for All Ages and Abilities" and "Lifelong Villages: Revitalizing Historic Neighborhoods through Migrating Senior Populations

Details
2:45 - 3 PM Break
3 - 4:15 PM Built Environment
Zachary Benedict
4:15 - 4:30 PM Attendance Prizes, Closing & Evaluation

Day Two - Friday, August 14, 2015

Select your concurrent sessions in the table below.

Time Concurrent 1 Concurrent 2 Concurrent 3 Concurrent 4 Concurrent 5 Concurrent 6
7 - 8:15 AM Registration/Continental Breakfast
7:30 - 8 AM Harpist
8 - 8:15 AM Experience Tai Chi
Ron Weatherford
8:15 - 8:30 AM Welcome and Introductions
8:30 - 10 AM Aging in Place ... Aging Well
Sandy Markwood
10 - 10:30 AM Break
10:30 - 11:30 AM

Creating Golden Experiences for Elders - Part 1

Details


Medicaid/Medicare

Details


Family-Centered Care and Hospice, Pallative Care

Details


Improving Aging Services for LGBT Older Adults - Part 1

Details


SNAP Program

Details


War Veterans and Medical Issues - Part 1

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

Creating Golden Experiences for Elders - Part 2

Details


Normal vs. Abnormal Neurological Conditions

Details


Easing Grief Through Religion, Spirituality

Details


Improving Aging Services for LGBT Older Adults - Part 2

Details


Special Diets for Older Adults with Medical Conditions

Details


War Veterans and Medical Issues - Part 2: End of life issues related to each war

Details
1:30 - 1:45 PM Break
1:45 - 2:45 PM

Mental Health and Home Health, Medications

Details


Mindfulness and Caregiving

Details


Physiologic Elements of Death and Dying

Details


Improving Aging Services for LGBT Older Adults - Part 3

Details


Special Diets continued with St. Mary's Chef

Details


Soldier Dogs for Independence

Details
2:45 - 3 PM Break
3 - 4:30 PM Holocaust Survivor
Eva Kor

Payment Information

$

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Please make your check payable to:
USI
Outreach and Engagement
8600 University Blvd.
Evansville, IN 47712

Friday, August 14, 2015

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

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Where is my CVV Code?

CVV

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Registration/Continental Breakfast

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Yoga

Speaker(s): Kim Childers

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Welcome and Introductions

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No Title

Speaker(s): Dan Buettner

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Break

Description: Dan Buettner Book Signing; Exhibits open

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Dementia: Competence for EMS, First Responder and Public Safety Personnel - Part 1

Description: It's not what you think and it's everywhere - learn how to recognize the signs, symptoms and indicators of dementia

Speaker(s): Teepa Snow

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Prevention of Falls

Description:

Speaker(s): Judith Canlas MD

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Healing/Wellness/Good, Whole Foods for Heart Health

Description: Referencing her experience as an RN she will describe how eating whole foods impacts our health as well as the body's inflammatory response to not eating for nutrition, with ideas for cooking whole foods that doesn't take a lot of time.

Speaker(s): Robin Wright Mallery

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Mental Health Assessment

Description:

Speaker(s): Jennifer Schuetter-Bromm

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Transformational Education Concert

Description:

Speaker(s): Kareen King

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War Veterans and Medical Issues - Part 1

Description:

Speaker(s): Sue Gipson, RN

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Lunch

Description: Exhibits open - UC East, 2nd Floor

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Dementia: Competence for EMS, First Responder and Public Safety Personnel - Part 2

Description: Developing strategies and techniques to effectively control situations and deal with challenging behaviors

Speaker(s): Teepa Snow

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Volunteerism

Description:

Speaker(s): Lori Reed

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Healing/Wellness/Good, Whole Foods for Heart Health (repeat)

Description:

Speaker(s): Robin Wright Mallery

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Journaling

Description:

Speaker(s): Barbara Stahura

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Holistic Reflexology

Description:

Speaker(s): Tina Weisman

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War Veterans and Medical Issues - Part 2: End of life issues related to each war

Description:

Speaker(s): Sue Gipson, RN

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Break

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Psychological First Aid

Description:

Speaker(s): Greg Gordon

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Grandparents Raising Grandkids

Description:

Speaker(s): Donna & Dave Wagner

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Macular Degeneration

Description:

Speaker(s): Dr. Dukar

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Teepa Presentation Topic: Gems

Description:

Speaker(s): Teepa Snow

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Holistic Reflexology (repeat)

Description:

Speaker(s): Tina Weisman

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Hybrid of "Retrofitting Cities and Towns for All Ages and Abilities" and "Lifelong Villages: Revitalizing Historic Neighborhoods through Migrating Senior Populations

Description:

Speaker(s): Zachary Benedict

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Break

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Built Environment

Description: Hybrid between “The Power of Place: How Engagement, Happiness, and Attachment could Shape the Midwest” and “Smart Growth and Urban Opportunities: How Aging and Ability will Impact Community Development”

Speaker(s): Zachary Benedict

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Attendance Prizes, Closing & Evaluation

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Registration/Continental Breakfast

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Harpist

Speaker(s):

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Experience Tai Chi

Speaker(s): Ron Weatherford

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Welcome and Introductions

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Aging in Place ... Aging Well

Speaker(s): Sandy Markwood

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Break

Description: Exhibits open

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Creating Golden Experiences for Elders - Part 1

Description:

Speaker(s): Kareen King

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Medicaid/Medicare

Description:

Speaker(s): John Williams

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Family-Centered Care and Hospice, Pallative Care

Description:

Speaker(s): Dr. Karl Sash

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Improving Aging Services for LGBT Older Adults - Part 1

Description: Learn about the culture, needs, and concerns of LGBT older adults

Speaker(s): Dr. Tim Johnston

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SNAP Program

Description: How to maximize food assistance and to shop on a budget, nutritiously

Speaker(s): Tena Jones

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War Veterans and Medical Issues - Part 1

Description:

Speaker(s): Sue Gipson, RN

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Lunch

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Creating Golden Experiences for Elders - Part 2

Description:

Speaker(s): Kareen King

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Normal vs. Abnormal Neurological Conditions

Description:

Speaker(s): Dr. Fadheel

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Easing Grief Through Religion, Spirituality

Description:

Speaker(s): Penny Schreiber

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Improving Aging Services for LGBT Older Adults - Part 2

Description: Consider why LGBT older adults are less likely to access health and social services

Speaker(s): Dr. Tim Johnston

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Special Diets for Older Adults with Medical Conditions

Description: Will cover the pre-diabetic diet, why is the DASH diet #1 and how to read labels, etc.

Speaker(s): Lacy Wilson

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War Veterans and Medical Issues - Part 2: End of life issues related to each war

Description:

Speaker(s): Sue Gipson, RN

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Break

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Mental Health and Home Health, Medications

Description:

Speaker(s): Lynnann Bennett and Dr. Julie Wood

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Mindfulness and Caregiving

Description:

Speaker(s): Kathy Elpers

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Physiologic Elements of Death and Dying

Description:

Speaker(s): Monica Centers

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Improving Aging Services for LGBT Older Adults - Part 3

Description: Learn practices for helping LGBT older adults to feel more included in aging network organizations

Speaker(s): Dr. Tim Johnston

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Special Diets continued with St. Mary's Chef

Description:

Speaker(s): Lacy Wilson

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Soldier Dogs for Independence

Description:

Speaker(s): Michael Barrentine

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Break

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Holocaust Survivor

Description:

Speaker(s): Eva Kor

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