Long Term Care Ombudsman

Long Term Care Ombudsman services are those that relate to the well-being of institutionalized elderly persons. Services include investigation and resolution of complaints and advocacy and development of programs to ensure the quality of life for residents of long term care facilities. Complaints/concerns may relate to action which may affect a long term care resident’s life, safety, health, welfare, right and quality of care. Advocacy may involve interpretation of policies, laws, regulations, and residents’ rights as well as monitoring of State and Federal legislation which may impact long term care.

Ombudsman’s Seminar – Ethics & Cultural Diversity
We Invite you to attend the next Ombudsman Seminar. This seminar will include:• Deena Crawford, LCSW, will present ‘Self-Care: Ethical Implications & Responsibilities’

• April Estill, LCSW, will present ‘Cultural Tolerance versus Cultural Acceptance’

Three (3) Continuing Education hours have been applied for with MS State Board of Examiners for Social Work

• Tuesday, July 25th
• 1:00 PM to 4:15 PM
• Registration will begin at 12:30 PM

Peck House, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, USM
3601 Pearl St. Hattiesburg, MS

There is no charge for this Seminar.
Seating is limited and registration is required for attendance.
Please note: We will end registration on July 19th or when capacity is reached.

Questions – Please email sbone@smpdd.com

Sponsored by the Long Term Care Ombudsman Program, SMPDD, Area Agency on Aging

9229 Highway 49, Gulfport, MS 39503 | (228) 868-2311

To Register Online Click Here

For further information contact:

(228) 868-2311 or (800) 444-8014

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