2019

Annual Spring Conference

presented by Columbus Hospice

Wednesday April 24th

8:00 am - 4:30 pm

National Infantry Museum

1775 Legacy Way
Columbus, GA 31903

PROGRAM DETAILS

America is aging at a rapid rate with 10,000 people in the U.S. turning 65 every day. Medicare is expected to include 80 million enrollees by 2040. The vast majority of this growing population will likely face multiple losses - spouse, partner, independence, identity - and complex medical care needs. How can mental health professionals, healthcare providers, clergy, bereavement counselors, and the wider community support the growing number of aging Americans through their losses and healthcare challenges in later life? Aging America panelists will integrate their expertise to deliver an in-depth discussion on innovative programs and new approaches to support older adults.

MORNING PRESENTER

Delores D. Tarver, Ph.D.

Dr. Tarver is currently a licensed psychologist at Columbus

Psychological Associates. She provides individual and couples' therapy and psychological testing (academic, cognitive, career, personality) to adults ages 18+. Dr. Tarver received a Bachelors of Science in Psychology from the Xavier University of Louisiana and a Masters of Arts and Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She has fulfilled many roles, including serving as a lecturer at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Athens Technical College, and Argosy University Online. Specialties include racial and ethnic diversity, LGB, anxiety, depression, ADHD, adjustment/transitions, grief, career, behavioral training for severe mental illness, and trauma.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Describe both strengths and challenges that older persons face as they deal with loss in later life.  Describe the ways that loss and grief may affect the health of older persons.  Discuss constraints to older persons' utilization of support groups and counseling and assess strategies to encourage the use of appropriate services. Describe factors that may complicate advance care planning and end of life decisions in older persons.

MORNING SESSION

DOLORES TARVER

AFTERNOON SESSION

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Approved

3.5 hours Nursing Home Admininstrator 4.2 Hours ABNP
3.5 Hours Ethics GSCSW
3.5 Hours Ethics LPCA-GA
4.0 Hours Certificate of Attendance

Afternoon session

2.5 hours of CE credit “HFA approved”

For additional information call the Columbus Hospice Education Department at

(706) 341-4645

p. 706-569-7992  |  7020 Moon Road Columbus, GA 31909  |  info@columbushospice.com

Covering Georgia Counties: Chattahoochee, Harris, Marion, Meriwether, Muscogee, Schley, Stewart, Talbot, Taylor, Troup and Webster.
Counties We Serve in Alabama: Lee, Russell, Macon, Barbour and Chambers.

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