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Upcoming Event 

To get CEUs, use the link below to register with a cost of $25. Once you complete the webinar and survey, UTC will email you a PDF certificate for the CEUs for you to submit to your professional accrediting group. 

Alzheimer’s, Dementia & Caregiving ​

Featured Guest Speaker:

Dr. David Hutchings

Ph.D. Geriatric Neuropathology & Dementia Specialist

DATE: November 10 | 6:30 PM EST

Offering 1.5 Contact Hours or 0.15 CEUs for RNS, LPNs, & MSWs through the UTC Center for Professional Education 

Topic of Discussion:

  • Dementia types, differential diagnosis and differences among types of dementia 
  • Genetic risks and gene mutations of dementia 
  • Characteristics of each dementia and strategies for treatment 
  •  Stages of dementia and declines at each stage for symptom management
  • Advanced symptom management of dementia and how to address nutritional decline, decline in activities of daily living and fall prevention 
  1. Implementation of therapies to assist in all stages of dementia 
  2. Decrease caregiver burden and costly treatments 
  3. Address difficult topics such as feeding tubes 
  • How to provide evidenced-based practices to dementia evaluation and treatment 

    Yearly Event Sponsorship Opportunities

    Annual Golf Tournament

    Join us for our annual Golf Tournament fundraising events, held at the Lookout Mountain Club in Lookout Mountain, GA and the Springbrook Golf & Country Club in Niota, TN. 

    Seniors Got Talent

    The Morning Pointe Foundation proudly presents “Seniors Got Talent” an annual talent competition showcasing local seniors across the area. Join us in sponsoring this public event as the Foundation continues its mission of serving caregivers across the southeast with educational and supportive programs. “Seniors Got Talent” typically draws an audience of 200-300 as many families, friends and local musicians turn out to cheer on the local talent. Please join the Morning Pointe Foundation in supporting its mission while celebrating the talents of the “young at heart.”