COVID-19 Workshop on July 23: Dementia Care Practice Recommendations for People Residing in Nursing Homes

Thursday, July 23, 2020, 10:30-11:00 AM EDT

Our COVID-19 Workshop Series continues on Thursdays, 10:30 – 11:00 am.

Join us on July 23 as we share dementia care practice recommendations for people residing in nursing homes.

Learning Objectives:

  • Increase awareness on the key topic areas that define quality dementia care
  • Increase knowledge of the person-centered care approach 
  • Increase understanding of the connection between increased dementia-related behaviors and how we communicate 


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Our Speaker

Taylor Kuzel, MPH, HSM is an Associate Program Director for the Alzheimer’s Association, Central New York Chapter, the world’s leading organization in Alzheimer’s care and support.

She works as part of a team to grow the reach of caregiver support services through the region by providing education and consultative services. She leads professional training programs for the chapter in long-term care and community-based settings with a focus on delivering and improving care quality for those living with dementia.

Ms. Kuzel earned a Master’s in Public Health from Upstate Medical University and a certificate in Health Services Management and Policy from The Maxwell School of Syracuse University, where her research culminated in a capstone project that examined how to improve health outcomes for individuals living with dementia.