Check out the publications on ID and dementia developed through our participation with the National Task Group (NTG) on Intellectual Disability and Dementia Practices.
Mike Splaine and Kate Gordon Teaching Innovative UMass Online Policy Course This unique online course is available to anyone in the community who is interested in dementia policy — advocates, staff of advocacy and community organizations, and members of provider organizations who are seeking to better understand the policy process. Learning Outcomes Include: Explain the … Continue reading Splaine Consulting Updates: April 2018
In an article currently live on the Dementia Care Specialists blog, Mike Splaine shares the story of how he was drawn to the field of health, aging, and long-term care, and why that background has been foundational to the launch of our groundbreaking Living Alone with Alzheimer's Summits, happening this month in Orange County, California; … Continue reading Discover the “Why” Behind Our Living Alone with Alzheimer’s Summits
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Registration Open for Living Alone with Alzheimer's Summit Currently, an estimated 1 million people with dementia live alone in their homes and communities. This reality presents unique challenges, and we hope you'll join us to discuss these challenges — and develop solutions — at one of three locations this spring. These one-day summit meetings will … Continue reading Splaine Consulting Updates: February 2018
Join us this spring for one of our three "Living Alone with Alzheimer's" one-day conferences focused on the challenges of the approximately 1 million people currently living alone with a dementia diagnosis. Conferences will be held in: Orange County, California St. Louis, Missouri Baltimore, Maryland Register and learn more at LivingAloneWithAD.com, and spread the word! … Continue reading Splaine Consulting Hosts Living Alone with Alzheimer’s Summit
Nevada State Legislature Committee Meeting "Dementia is increasingly understood to be a life course disease by key policy-makers, not merely a disease of older persons." - Mike Splaine, Carson City, NV On Monday, January 29th, Mike Splaine presented a testimony to members of the Nevada State Legislature's Committee to Study the Needs Related to the … Continue reading Splaine Consulting Updates: February 2018
Couldn't watch Mike present his testimony live? Want to review what he shared? Read his official statement, given before members of the Nevada State Legislature, below: Statement of Michael Splaine, Splaine Consulting Committee to Study the Needs Related to the Behavioral and Cognitive Care of Older Persons, Carson City, Nevada, January 29, 2018 Let me offer … Continue reading Mike Splaine Speaks to Nevada State Legislature Cognitive Care Committee
Splaine Consulting to Host One-Day Conferences on Living Alone with Dementia We're pleased to announce an innovative series of one-day meetings, to be held in three locations across the US, to discuss the unique challenges of living alone with dementia. Currently, an estimated 1 million people with dementia live alone in their communities. Save these … Continue reading Splaine Consulting Updates: December 2017
Mike Splaine Testifies Before AGH Subcommittee on Capitol Hill On Wednesday, November 29th, Mike Splaine was among a panel of experts called upon by the House Foreign Affairs Committee's AGH (Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights, and International Organizations) to present "A Global Update on Alzheimer's Disease." The special hearing was convened by Representative Chris … Continue reading Splaine Consulting Updates: November 2017