Elder Care Hashtags
Healthcare Tweet Chats | Topics: caregiving, caring, Depression, elder care, end of life, fall prevention, home healthcare, New York, Visiting Nurse Service
The Visiting Nurse Service of New York is the largest not-for-profit home health care organization in the country, and each month, #VNSNYchat addresses issues affecting individuals as they age, as well as the people who care for them. Topics range from preventing falls in the home and depression in the elderly to caring for a loved on at the end …
Healthcare Tweet Chats | Topics: elder care, end of life
The goal of this hashtag, and the weekly Tweetchat I moderate, is to change the conversations that we have in our families and communities about end of life issues. This is a tough topic, and it often raises a fair amount of fear. However, what we’re learning is that when we talk about what scares us, we’re better able to …
Healthcare Tweet Chats | Topics: advance care planning, elder care, National Healthcare Decisions Day
National Healthcare Decisions Day exists to inspire, educate & empower the public & providers abt advance care planning. Tweet-chat 10AM PST on the 16th every Month. @nhdd #NHDD http://www.nhdd.org
Healthcare Tweet Chats | Topics: caregiving, caring for children, caring for parents, caring for spouses, elder care, family caregivers
Caregiving tweet chat every other Sunday at 8PM Eastern Time.
Healthcare Conferences | Topics: elder care, healthcare design, long term care
Environments For Aging 2011 conference is presented by Vendome Group, HEALTHCARE DESIGN and Long-Term Living magazines, The Center for Health Design, and in conjunction with the American Institute of Architects–Design for Aging, the Society for the Advancement of Gerontological Environments (SAGE), and ASID.
Healthcare Tweet Chats | Topics: elder care, elderly, geriatric, senior
Denise Brown (@caregiving) of caregiving.com and Michelle Seitzer (@Seniors4Living) of seniorsforliving.com co-moderate this chat on issues of importance to elder care professionals and caregivers. Schedule: First and third Wednesday of each month.