The Neurobiology of Change: A Caregiver's Guide to Understanding Behavioral and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia
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Join Kensington Senior Living and Dr. David Hart for an informative virtual gathering for all you need to know about The Connection Between Dementia & Mental Health.
Using Dan Siegel’s Hand Model of the Brain, participants will learn the neurobiology of cognitive, behavioral, and functional changes associated with each stage of dementia. Person-centered strategies for advancing patient and caregiver wellness will also be discussed.
Our Promise at The Kensington is to love and care for your family as we do our own. And we do. We are here for you – skilled, prepared and ready to participate fully in your care journey. Kensington Place Redwood City partners with families as you navigate the challenges that Alzheimer’s and dementia brings. As specialists in all aspects of dementia, we offer services and programs that are thoughtfully designed, clinically comprehensive and highly personalized. We improve quality of life for our residents to the greatest extent possible. We’re standing by, eager to listen and ready to help.
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David Hart, Ph.D. is a clinical mental health counselor with 20 years of experience working with people with dementia and their families. Dr. Hart received his Ph.D. in Counseling from the University of Missouri – St. Louis and was formerly the Director of Education at Alzheimer’s Family Center – a state-of-the-art adult day health care center affiliated with
Hoag Hospital’s Neurosciences Institute. Currently, Dr. Hart is Director of Community Health at Always Best Care Senior Services and Director of Clinical Training for the Department of Counseling at California State University, Fullerton. Dr. Hart is the Founding Chair of the South Bay Dementia Education Consortium, is Co-Chair of the Orange County MFT Consortium, and has presented his published research at national and international conferences.