Creating Well-Being
In spite of growing awareness of the lower benefits and higher risks of antipsychotic drug use in people living with dementia, we cannot successfully reduce these medications until we find more effective approaches to care. According to Dr. Al Power, award-winning author of Dementia Beyond Drugs, the true key to sustained success is enhancing well-being.  Picking up where Dementia Beyond Drugs left off, this six-part webinar series will focus on how the Eden Alternative Domains of Well-Being™ provide a powerful framework for caring for people who live with dementia. This new approach offers successful outcomes, where others, including other person-directed approaches, have fallen short. 
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Standard Price for All SIX Webinars ......$399.00 
For Registry Members ...............................$299.00 
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G. Allen Power, MD is a board certified internist and geriatrician, and is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians/ American Society for Internal Medicine.

Dr. Power's book, Dementia Beyond Drugs: Changing the Culture of Care was released by Health Professions Press in February 2010. It won a 2010 Book of the Year Award from the American Journal of Nursing, and a Merit Award from the 2011 National Mature Media Awards.

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This first webinar will outline the seven Eden Alternative Domains of Well-Being™ and how they provide an important key to understanding how to meet the needs of those living with different cognitive abilities.  


Webinar #2: Seeing & Relating to the Whole Person

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This second webinar will discuss how identity is challenged, both intrinsically and extrinsically. We will look at stigmas surrounding dementia and overcoming barriers to make meaningful connections, even when memory or language becomes challenged. The webinar concludes with a brief, optional discussion with our sponsor, IN2L.    


Click here to read  "Who Am I, Why Am I Here?"   


Webinar #3: Security is More Than an Alarm System

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We tend to think of security in terms of safety issues, but much of the challenge to security comes from everyday features of the care environment that can be easily improved. Understanding how to increase a sense of security is essential to dispel anxiety, suspicion, and fears.


Click here to read  "Is It Safe?"  


Webinar #4: Understanding the Many Levels of Autonomy

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Autonomy is a domain that is challenged early, and often severely, as a result of societal stigmas surrounding dementia. Autonomy, however, can be created on many levels, and most people have the ability to make choices, with proper communication and support. 

 Click here to read  "On Freedom and Choice"   

Webinar #5: Defining Purpose, Meaning, & Growth

January 7, 2014, 3-4 pm ET

Meaning and Growth are often the most difficult domains to visualize for people living with dementia. This fifth webinar will highlight how to approach these very important domains, and how they can underlie some of the hardest-to-decipher forms of distress.


Webinar #6: Creating Joy by Decoding Distress

February 4, 2014, 3-4 pm ET

Looking at the Eden Alternative Domains of Wellbeing™, it can be said that the first six domains, together, provide a pathway to joy. This sixth and final webinar of the series will explore the domain of Joy and a radically different way to use all seven domains to create sustained success in drug reduction efforts, even in the most challenging situations. The webinar concludes with a brief, optional discussion with our sponsor, IN2L.