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Care Management Summit 2014: Achieving Excellence
Thursday and Friday, May 22–23, 2014
Binghamton University Downtown Center
67 Washington Street
Binghamton, New York
The College of Community and Public Affairs (CCPA) at Binghamton University invites you to attend a professional networking summit that offers TRANSDISCIPLINARY CONVERSATIONS and ACTIVE LEARNING . . .
Thursday, May 22
Beginning at 1 p.m. and continuing through evening events
- Special 2-hour Training Opportunity: Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment [SBIRT] by Cayuga Addiction Recovery Services Ithaca NY
- The World Café for hearing your voice, offering best thinking and sharing ideas!
- Special Self Care Workshop for Professional Caregivers
- A Welcome Reception with Dr Karl Pillemer, author of "30 Lessons for Living"
Core Summit Workshops
Friday, May 23
Featuring 20+ regional, state and national speakers and a full day of engaging topics!
- Enabling Designs: Lifetime Homes/Environments
- Bio-Ethics: Advance Directives and NYS eMOLST Movement
- Current Research, Investigation and Practice
- CM 101 A and B: Care Management Practice Models and Business Cents
- Must Have Play, Elder Recreational Needs
- Home-Care Physicians as Partners
- "Inside Experts": Voices of Caregivers and Clients
- Violence Prevention: Field Safety and Advocacy
- Late-Life Depression and Trauma Resolutions: Dying to Tell
- Self-care for Professional Caregivers
- Health Engineering: Health System Sciences for Effective Patient Care
- Care Managers Movement into the New Health Care Continuum
- Re-Envisioning Palliative Care
- Care Partnership: Creating a Culture of Meaningful Care
- Therapeutic Dementia Care through Music and Movement
- Vulnerable Care Communities
- What You Should Know about Re-hospitalization
- Forward Shift: Providing Person Centered Support for Disabled Clients
- The World Café
- Breakfast with CCPA Dean Laura Bronstein
- A "Celebrate Spring" Wellness Walk
- Private Business Center (available during conference hours)
- Speed Networking
- Vendor Displays
- Evening Reception - Book Signing: Martha Stettinius Inside the Dementia Epidemic:A Daughter's Memoir
- And much, much more!
Dr. Patricia Bomba and Esther Greenhouse, MS, CAPS, CGP
Dr. Patricia Bomba
is a nationally recognized palliative care and end-of-life expert who designs and oversees the implementation of community projects. She is committed to raising awareness of elder abuse as a public health issue among professionals and consumers. The leader of the Community-Wide End-of-Life/Palliative Care Initiatives, Dr. Bomba's projects include: an Advance Care Planning booklet; Community Conversations on Compassionate Care (CCCC), an interactive community workshop and video focused on an Advance Care Planning; the Medical Orders for Life Sustaining Treatments (MOLST) program, and a community website, www.compassionandsupport.org
. Prior to 2000, Dr. Bomba was engaged in the private practice of Internal Medicine and Geriatrics.
is an environmental gerontologist—a specialist on the impact of the built environment on older adults. Nationally recognized as an expert on Universal Design and Aging in Place, Ms. Greenhouse is leading the paradigm shift for enabling design
to be viewed as a missing variable in public health. An award-winning instructor and speaker, she advises on the design of products, housing, healthcare environments, and communities. She teaches the AARP/NAHB Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS) courses, wrote portions of the Livable NY Resource Manual,
and recently served on the American Planning Association's Aging Policy Guide Task Force. She has been an invited contributor to the book Independent for Life,
the 4-part PBS series "Design for a Lifetime",
and the design of the nation's first elder-focused emergency department.
Continuing Education Credits:
NASW CEUs pending for conference.
Who should support the Summit?
Organizations whose products and services are geared toward assisting care and case managers are encouraged to participate. Vendors and sponsors will have access to some of the most active and influential individuals in the field. A variety of advertising, vendor and sponsorship options gives all individuals and groups the chance to increase knowledge about the benefits of their products and services.
All attendees will receive "passports" as incentives to visit every vendor for a sticker or stamp. Vendors may also bring a door prize item that can be drawn from your table.
Special Hotel Rates and Tourist Information for the Summit!
Our next-door neighbor, Holiday Inn Arena Binghamton is offering a fabulous $99/per night Summit rate. This rate will be held until May 14, 2014. Visit www.holidayinnbinghamton.com and enter the group code "CMS" or call 607-722-1212 and ask for "Care Mgt Summit" Group Block. Check in time is 4:00 pm and check out time is 12:00 pm. After May 1, 2014, we cannot guarantee room or rate. Early check in is not guaranteed, nor is it always available but will be given when possible.
Our "just down the block neighbor," DoubleTree by Hilton Binghamton is offering another great Summit rate of $107/per night with Breakfast included in the rate. Visit binghamton.doubletree.com and enter the date of check in and check out and then see the option to enter a special code: enter the code "CAR". The $107 rate will come up with the specific room type. Want to make a phone reservation? Call 607-722-7575 and ask for Cherrie Navarro who will happily assist you. This rate will be held until April 23, 2014.
NOTE: We secured your "Summit Room Rate" for you to stay and enjoy a wonderful long weekend in beautiful Upstate NY ! Enjoy Binghamton Region's Carousels! For more regional information, got to http://www.visitbinghamton.org/ . Enjoy the Finger Lake Region's Farmers Market and Wine Trails For more regional information, got to http://www.visitithaca.com/ .