The Language of Behavior
in the Dementia Patient
Sponsored by BrightStar Care® and Genesis
Presented by Claire Henry, M.Ed., CDP
Claire Henry, M.Ed., CDP is a masters’ level clinician and Certified Dementia Practitioner. Claire is well-known in the elder care
community for advocacy on behalf of clients with dementia, and for providing specialized services to dementia patients and their
families. Additionally, she has worked with organizations and care facilities that serve this population by designing programs
and developing specialized training curricula. Claire currently holds the position of Dementia Program Director at Meadow View
Center in North Reading.
> Identify the behavior symptoms exhibited by the dementia patient
> Identify environmental cues that trigger challenging behaviors
> Have a better understanding of the Social Model of Care
The purpose of this 60-minute presentation is to educate the clinician regarding “Person Centered Care” within the memory
impairment unit. By educating the caregiver and modifying the traditional approach to care; the caregiver will develop better
skills to redirect behavior symptoms with positive outcomes.
1.0 Contact Hour/CEU Credit for Case Managers, Social Workers and Nurses
If you would be interested in having this program brought to your community as an
in-service, or in bringing this presentation to another location, please contact:
Claire Henry at Claire.Henry@GenesisHCC.com or
Sarah Littlefield at Sarah.Littlefield@BrightStarCare.com
BrightStar Care® is independently owned and operated.
BrightStar Care of Wakefield &
is Joint Commission Accredited