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Events

2018

January - December

Grant Project
Working with various Facilities
on a Monthly Basis



March 2018

1st  TALK TO ME
Oregon Health Care Association
Eugene, OR
email: Mking@ohca.com

1st  HEY HELP ME HERE...Managing Challenging Behaviors
Oregon Health Care Association
Eugene, OR
email: Mking@ohca.com

1st  JUST SAY "NO" TO DRUGS and "YES" TO SUCCESSFUL BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT
Oregon Health Care Association
Eugene, OR
email:Mking@ohca.com

1st  VISITS WITH VALUE
Oregon Health Care Association
Eugene, OR
email: Mking@ohca.com


AUGUST 2018

2nd  JUST SAY "NO" TO DRUGS and "YES" TO SUCCESSFUL BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT
Indiana Health Care Association
Indianappolis, IN
email: kniehoff@ihca.org

2nd  PLAYING NICE IN THE SANDBOX...Improving Staff to Staff Communications
Indiana Health Care Association
Indianappolis, IN
email: kniehoff@ihca.org



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Diana Waugh

Diana, RN, BSN, CDP-Certified Dementia Practitioner, applies her out of the box approach to care of individuals suffering from memory loss. Over the last 25 years she has worked to eliminate physical, psychological and chemical restraint use in care facilities. Her key to success has been through focusing on the social needs of the person. As a national speaker, a consultant, a researcher and a writer she strives to share simple, practical techniques that can make both family member caregivers and professionals, experts in memory care.

As a Certified Dementia Practitioner my goal is to "open the gates” of the learners’ minds to different approaches for everyday challenges facing family member caregivers and professionals when dealing with individuals suffering from memory loss.

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Mission Statement

VALUE: A life with purpose

VISION
: Commitment to educate family member caregivers and professionals to the level of expert in memory care

MISSION
: In fulfillment of this vision we are readily accessible nationally to provide:
  • Seminars presented in a straightforward yet humorous manner while offering innovative solutions with creative ideas for ongoing improvement
  • Educational materials that are reality based and immediately useable
  • Individual consultation with both family member caregivers and professionals dealing with elders suffering from memory loss