The Copper Ridge Institute (CRI) is evolving to become the Integrace Institute at Copper Ridge.
Integrace Institute at Copper Ridge is deeply committed to continuing research and education to support the care and treatment of individuals living with dementia. New initiatives, derived from an expanded emphasis on person-centered living and care practices, are also in development.
The goal of the Integrace Institute at Copper Ridge is to improve the quality of life for those with dementia, their loved ones, and the dedicated professionals who continue to devote their lives to this important work.
Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns.
Allison.email@example.com, Director of Dementia Education, (410) 795-8808 x 1116
October 14-15, 2016
Integrace Copper Ridge, 710 Obrecht Road, Sykesville, MD 21784
Presented by: Nicole Absar, MD, E-RYT 200; Cathy Reese, MSN, RN, RYT-500
Join us for a two day, interactive seminar to learn practical strategies for incorporating yoga and mindfulness into your work. Lead by Dr. Nicole Absar, a board certified neuropsychiatrist and registered yoga teacher, and Cathy Reese, an experienced nurse and yoga teacher, this unique program combines an in depth look at common brain disorders and how to tailor yoga approaches to
engage and support older adults and persons with neurodegenerative disorders.
November 7, 2016
Integrace Home Office, 576 Johsville Road, Sykesville, 21784
Presented by : Fatima Naqvi, MD, CMD; and Rev. Ann Boyd, PhD
Discount for early registration available until October 21, 2016
What are the factors that influence how we live, and die? How do our own experiences with death shape our personal views and beliefs? This highly interactive program will guide healthcare professionals through the process of examining their own views and beliefs on life and death. Participants will walk away with a deeper understanding of their own beliefs and values, and understand how these factors impact the way they support patients and families.
1. Dementia: Is it different in veterans?
2. Activity Programming for Individuals With Frontotemporal Dementia
3. Alzheimer’s Disease Research Update
4. Personalized Medicine: Its Role in Dementia and Long Term Care
5. Meeting the Needs of the Family
6. Improving Behavioral Health and Reducing the Innapropriate Use of Antipsychotics: Making it Happen
7. Music-based Therapy for Neurodegenerative Disorders
8. Dementia, Delirium, and Depression: How to recognize each when they coexist
If you or your loved one is interested in taking advantage of any of these opportunities, please contact: Dr. Tabassum Majid, Director of Research at the Integrace Institute by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 410-795-8808.