Alzheimer’s Disease Public Policy Online Course: Winter 2019 Registration is now open for our online course through the University of Massachusetts-Boston. Dates: Tuesdays, 1pm – 3pm Eastern (Jan 29 – Mar 5) Fee: $250 per participant (enrollment in UMASS not necessary) University of Massachusetts Boston Professional training certificate that awards 1 CEU (Continuing Education Unit) About the… Continue reading Take a Class with Splaine Consulting
Our second round of Living Alone with Alzheimer’s: A Solutions Summit is coming soon! Learn more and register here.
By Mike Splaine, Principal, Splaine Consulting Today, in healthcare settings all over the world, blood pressure, respiration, temperature, and pulse are being measured. In many places, people are also being asked to describe their level of pain on a ten-point scale or by pointing at a picture. This information gives a present snapshot of our… Continue reading Thinking about Thinking™: Should Cognition be the 6th Vital Sign?
“Good advocates need to be convicted—convinced—of the moral purpose of their cause.” – Mike Splaine, pictured here with social work students from Christ College This weekend marked a tremendous advocacy win for India. During the 22nd National Conference of ARDSI in Bangalore, Dementia 2018: Research, Implement, Improve, the country’s health minister attended the meeting and committed to… Continue reading India’s Health Minister Commits to Completing Dementia Action Plan
Highlights from the 33rd International Conference of ADI Last week in Chicago, Mike Splaine and Kate Gordon of Splaine Consulting presented posters, panels, and more at this renowned gathering of international Alzheimer advocates. Mike did a poster session on “Changing Dementia Dementia Care Outcomes: Reducing Hospital Readmissions.” Kate led a panel on “Diverse Populations: Inclusion & Equality.”… Continue reading Splaine Consulting Updates: July 2018