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The Aide's Role in Recognizing Elder Abuse
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When: 07/14/2016
Where: Teleconference
United States
Presenter: Michelle Davis White, MSN, RN
Contact: Megan Fournier

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              Description: This teleconference will focus on signs and symptoms related to abuse and neglect for both children and adults. It will also cover the

              aide’s role in reporting any suspected abuse and neglect. The role of Child Protective Services and Adult Protective Services will be discussed.


              Presenter: We are pleased to announce that our instructor for this teleconference is Michelle Davis White, MSN, RN. Michelle has worked in

              home care for many years during which time she has implemented various In-Home Aide programs and offered direct aide supervision.

              She is currently the Director for HomeCare Providers, a division of Alamance Regional Medical Center. She is a Nurse Aide instructor for

              Alamance Community College and serves on the Alamance Community College Nursing Assistant Advisory Committee. Michelle is also part-time

              faculty at UNC-CH School of Nursing in the Public Health Division.


Members: $95/ Line

Non-Members: $195/ Line

To register click the link above. For any questions, please contact Megan Fournier at or at 617-482-8830

Cancellation Policy: Refunds will be issued for those that cancel 3-days prior to the event, less a $25 administration fee.  Cancelling after that date or no-shows will forfeit the registration fee.  All cancellations must be received in writing to

NEW POLICY*: HCA of MA now requires that payment in advance. If we have not received payment before the event, you will be asked to provide it or proof of incoming payment in order to attend the meeting. Please be sure to send your open invoice to your accounting department so there are no problems.


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