Learning Thinking, Caring Webinar Series
This article was originally published on September 15, 2017 and expired on December 13, 2017. It is provided here for archival purposes and may contain dated information.
Long-term care professionals and other professionals who work with older adults now have an easy and convenient way to participate in professional development. The University of Illinois Extension is proud to present the LTC Webinar Series.
“Learning, Thinking, Caring Webinar Series” is an educational series for professionals that provides timely, research informed, and helpful information and strategies to assist professionals in providing quality care to clientele. Individuals and long-term care facilities can participate at no cost. Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) are available for a fee. All sessions are conveniently offered from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. CST.
The final session of the series, “The Goldilocks Approach to Downsizing: Too Much, Too Little, Just Right,” will be offered on Wednesday, December 13th. Featuring information for professionals to assist individuals with downsizing, tips on how to advice clientele on what to keep, what to give, and what to toss will be presented. This practical advice is applicable to all homeowners so this free session is being offered to any who want to learn more about this topic.
University of Illinois Extension offers programs create learning partnerships that put knowledge to work and aim to make life better, healthier, safer, and more profitable for individuals and their communities. This series is provided free of charge, but advance registration is required. To register, call the University of Illinois Extension offices in Collinsville (1 Regency Plaza Drive, Suite 200) or Waterloo (Monroe County Annex Building, 901 Illinois Avenue). The statewide webinar will be live-streamed from both office locations. To attend in Collinsville call (618) 344-4230 or to attend in Waterloo (618) 939-3434. The University of Illinois Extension provides equal opportunities in programs and employment. For reasonable accommodations to participate, please call 618-344-4230.
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Pull date: December 13, 2017