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Dr. Melissa Mork

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Dr. Terry Eckmann

Session Description

Building Resilience –
One Thought at a Time

Explore the physiology and power of thoughts – negative and positive. Understand common characteristics of a resilient person and identify strategies to develop and strengthen neuropathways of resilience. Put these muscles to work one thought at a time to overcome challenges, face change, and live life to the fullest.

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Tammy Monsebroten

Session Description

Recognizing and Responding to Suicide Risk

This presentation will discuss how to identify the need to further screen and assess for suicide risk. Attendees will be introduced to validated screening tools, evidenced based safety planning, and effective ways to discuss risk mitigation and lethal means safety.

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Dr. Jeremy Holloway

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Jennifer Syverson

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Dr. Laurie Dahley

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Susan Johnson-Drenth

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Dr. Jody Janati

Session Description

Balancing Your Boundaries

Choice, chance & change; the three C’s of effective communication. You must make a choice to take a chance or your communication with others will never change. Boundary setting is not about trying to change other people; it is about setting limits and deciding what you are willing to allow. It is your responsibility to communicate your boundary in a respectful manner that is firm and consistent, and be willing to enforce it when needed. Learn steps to cultivate healthy boundaries with others and stay on the “grow.” You can’t change people, but you can change your responses to them. May this process help you find your “conversation peace.”

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Dr. Tracie Mallberg

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Skyler Dutton

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Gene Nicolelli

Session Description

HomeFit Guide

AARP research consistently finds that the vast majority of people age 50 and older want to stay in their homes and communities for as long as possible. The AARP “HomeFit Guide” was created to help people stay in the homes they love by turning where they live into a “lifelong home,” suitable for themselves and anyone in their household. This presentation offers solutions that range from simple do-it-yourself fixes to improvements that are more involved and require skilled expertise but are well worth the expense.

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Stephen Astrup

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James Nelson