HHC – Ethical and Spiritual Considerations in Dementia Care
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HHC – Ethical and Spiritual Considerations in Dementia Care

In collaboration with the Alzheimer's Association, Houston and Southeast Chapter. Objectives of this seminar include the following: - Articulate the moral challenge of memory loss within modern society. - Define "redescription" as a mode of ethical thinking. - Differentiate between medical, psychological, and philosophical scripts of dementia. - Evaluate new ways of morally and spiritually connecting with persons with dementia. About the Speaker Julie Kutac, MA, Religious Studies and PhD, Medical Humanities and Professional Educational & Research Specialist, Alzheimer's Association, Houston and Southeast Chapters

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