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Advisory Council April 2019 Meeting Presentation: Care Planning and Antipsychotic Use

Monday, April 29, 2019

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Person-Centered dementia Care Planning & anti-psychotic use

A Panel Discussion Facilitated by
Cynthia Huling Hummel, BS., MDiv., D.Min.
& Katherine Brandt, MM

Co-Moderator: Cynthia Huling Hummel

"having a care plan is a gift to loved ones"

Cynthia Huling Hummel family photo. Cynthia Huling Hummel family photo.

Katherine Brandt: Co-Moderator

Love, Loss & Resilience

Katherine Brandt family photo. Katherine Brandt family photo.

Goals of Our Panel Discussion

  • Share personal experiences of person-centered care planning from the various perspectives
  • Discuss the benefits of having a care plan in place
  • Discuss the importance of incorporating a medication section in person-centered care plans.

Gratitude for a Group Effort

  • NAPA Advisory Council on Alzheimer's Research, Care and Services Advisory Council Members
    • Dr. Laura Gitlin, Chair
  • Clinical Care Subcommittee
    • Gary Epstein-Lubow
  • Helen Lamont, Federal Project Officer
  • Panel Members

Our Panelists

  • Greg O'Brien
  • E. Jennifer Brown
  • Shawn Terrell
Greg O'Brien
Author of "On Pluto: Inside the Mind of Alzheimer's"
Greg O'Brien family photo.


E. Jennifer Brown,
Principal Eiro Group, LLC
E. Jennifer Brown family photo.


Shawn Terrell family photo. John's One Page Description.

What's YOUR Plan?

Questions from the audience & closing remarks- Katie Brandt