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WEBINAR: Coping with COVID-Related Staff Grief and Loss
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When: Wednesday, July 8, 2020
Webinar will begin at 2:00 pm ET
Where: United States
Presenter: Barry J. Jacobs, Psy.D.
Contact: Magdalen Flynt
(850) 671-3700


Online registration is available until: 7/7/2020
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Coping with COVID-Related Staff Grief and Loss Webinar
July 8, 2020
2:00 pm ET

The pandemic poses new threats to our residents, as well as to our friends, community members, relatives, colleagues and ourselves. When leaders promote a work culture that recognizes loss and supports expression of grief, then all staff members cope better and are more resilient in the long-term. This webinar will define grief, including the normal course of bereavement, and its positive and negative impacts. The range of staff Covid-related losses, from the loss of a sense of physical and psychological safety to death, will be reviewed. An outline of five means for individuals to cope with grief and facilitate its normal resolution will be shared. A three-part model for organizations to support grieving staff members and increase group cohesion and resilience will be described. 

Speaker Information:

Dr. Barry J. Jacobs, Principal, Health Management Associates

Dr. Barry J. Jacobs is a noted clinical psychologist and family therapist whose passion for enhancing support for family caregivers led him to author several books and dozens of articles on the topic as well as present and speak nationally and internationally to organizations, associations, and providers.His areas of expertise include behavioral health integration, complex care management, enhancing family caregiver engagement and supports, practice transformation, team-based care, and provider wellness. He brings this wealth of knowledge, along with decades of clinical practice experience to individuals, couples and families, to HMA.
He currently leads practice coaching for behavioral health and substance use disorder providers and has provided training to payer and Area Agencies on Aging care managers on partnering with family caregivers. He has also provided strategic development and program design for states, payers, and vendors.

Contact Hours: Up to 1 contact hours of credit for Nursing Home Administrators, Nurses and Social Workers. 

Registration: 

LeadingAge Florida Member Community: $50

Prospective Member Community: $100

Register your community and invite as many of your employees to participate as you wish. The fees apply to each phone line that connects to the webinar. 


REGISTER ONLINE by clicking on the green Register button above. If you're not sure what your membership status is or what your log-in is, please contact us at (850) 671-3700.  If you are a non-member and select the member rate, we reserve the right to charge the credit card on file for the rate difference.  A receipt of the additional charge will be sent to the email address provided on the registration.

When you register online, if you select the pay by check/money order option, please remit payment to LeadingAge Florida. Your registration is not confirmed until we have received full payment, which must be received prior to the event. Complete the online registration and mail check to LeadingAge Florida - 1812 Riggins Rd, Tallahassee, FL 32308.

Cancellations: All cancellations must be in writing. A $25 administrative fee will be charged for all cancellations. No refunds for cancellations will be made after July 2, 2020.  

Question? Contact us at (850) 671-3700 or email mflynt@LeadingAgeFlorida.org.

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