The Aide’s Role in
Disaster Preparedness Teleconference
The Association for Home and Hospice Care of NC
About this Event
Being prepared for disaster is a must! This teleconference will concentrate on how the Nurse Aide can prep for disaster, both natural and man-made. Learn how to help the patients and families you provide care for be prepared as well. Knowing what to do in case of a disaster is vitally important to the well-being of yourself and the patients.
About the Speaker
Cindy Morgan, RN, MSN, CHC, CHPN
Associate Vice President of Hospice, Palliative Care and Clinical Innovations
AHHC of North Carolina
Cindy is a certified trainer in coaching supervision and also a certified Health Coach. She has worked in various director level positions in Home Care and Hospice throughout the years. Her work in Hospice began as a volunteer nurse in the 1980’s. Later in her career, she was the Assistant Vice President of a large Home Care and Hospice organization in Central North Carolina where she was responsible for overseeing both home health and hospice operations. Cindy has served as a Board member for the NC Center for Nursing and is a past member of the NC Board of Nursing.
The registration deadline is September 9, 2015. Due to the expense of using the teleconference hook-up, registrations may not be shared between agencies – the agency’s registration covers the access of only one phone line into the teleconference. The handouts will be emailed to you to the email address you provide. Please feel free to provide an additional email address as a backup. Handouts are emailed in power point – if you are unable to open a power point presentation, please indicate so on the registration so we can make arrangements to send it to you in another format. Thanks!
Note: This event is not affiliated with the MNCHA-DHMH Emergency Preparedness Project.
Fees will be refunded, or invoices will be adjusted, only if written notice of cancellation is received two weeks prior to the workshop. In the event of cancellation, MNCHA will retain or charge $20 of the initial registration fee per registrant to cover administrative overhead. Once written cancellation is received, a staff member will review for approval. If your cancellation is approved, we will email back a signed and dated copy of the cancellation that your agency should retain on file in case of questions.