22st Annual Sarnat Symposium
A Brave New World: Innovations in Senior Care
Thank you for joining us at The Los Angeles Jewish Home’s Twenty-Second Annual Rhoda G. & Bernard G. SARNAT SYMPOSIUM For Geriatric Care
Wednesday, October 30, 2019 8:00 a.m. – 3:45 p.m.
Valley Beth Shalom
15739 Ventura Boulevard
Encino, CA 91436
Linda M. Ercoli, PhD
Director of Geriatric Psychology
UCLA Longevity Center
Update on Alzheimer’s Disease
Judy Ho, PhD, ABP
Associate Professor of Psychology at Pepperdine University,
Graduate School of Education and Psychology
Mindfulness and Heartfulness: Factors for Healthy Longevity
Kathleen Wilber, PhD
Mary Pickford Professor of Gerontology
Professor of Health Services Administration
USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology
Purposeful Aging: Lessons from European Cities
Daniel Reingold, MSW, JD
President and Chief Executive Officer of RiverSpring Health
(including the Hebrew Home at Riverdale)
Elder Abuse in the Community: An unrecognized public health epidemic
About the Sarnat Symposium
The Sarnat Symposium annually brings together some of the most progressive experts in the field of geriatrics to share their insights, research findings, and experiences with social workers and other professionals who care for seniors. This year, our diverse and dynamic panel will share their expertise on innovations in senior care. We will discover the latest treatments for Alzheimer’s disease, learn stress-busting tips for caregivers, hear how communities in Europe are improving the quality of life for seniors and gain an awareness of how to effectively address elder abuse.
Six CEU credits are given for attending the Sarnat Symposium.
Online registration closes, Tuesday, October 23rd at 5 p.m. You may register at the door for $100 with a check.
Download a registration form here.