Testimonials

Dr. Power is a great speaker and his knowledge and sense of humor show though.“Dementia Beyond Drugs: Changing the Culture of Care” with Dr. Al Power, May 17, 2012
Such a great presentation; motivating & insightful.“Busting the Bias: Elders as Individuals” with Wendy Lustbader, Feb.7, 2012
Great program. Excellent, my favorite class so far!“Busting the Bias: Elders as Individuals” with Wendy Lustbader, Feb.7, 2012
Thank you! Excellent, fun workshop! Wendy is a fantastic speaker!“Busting the Bias: Elders as Individuals” with Wendy Lustbader, Feb.7, 2012
I am so happy that we’ve come up with a movement that will bring change in regards to aging other than the gloomy notion of caregiving of elders.“Busting the Bias: Elders as Individuals” with Wendy Lustbader, Feb.7, 2012
Love the idea of keeping family relationships as a working relationship … include staff in … discussions with family members (noting) their thoughts and observations on their loved one. This would benefit us … with later, difficult decision by having a closer, working relationship with the family.“Safety vs. Autonomy in Older Adults: What if Maslow was Wrong?” with Terri Harvath, Oct. 19, 2011
This was a useful mentoring opportunity. It is encouraging to connect with like-minded people who advocate for senior adults.“Safety vs. Autonomy in Older Adults: What if Maslow was Wrong?” with Terri Harvath, Oct. 19, 2011
(Dr. Harvath shared) creative options for considering and implementing person-centered care planning.“Safety vs. Autonomy in Older Adults: What if Maslow was Wrong?” with Terri Harvath, Oct. 19, 2011
I really appreciate the time, commitment and effort of the MOVE coalition and Pioneer Network. Your trainings, knowledge and commitment are priceless.Baker City, Oregon June 28, 2011
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