CEU PROGRAMS ( 1 LICSW, LCSW, LSW CEU, 1 RN, LPN Contact Hour provided)
101. Prediabetes… Epidemic, Screening and Proven Education Everyone MUST Know!
According to the CDC, “there are 84.1 MILLION adults living in the US with prediabetes and 9 out of 10 don’t know it.” Could you, your family member, co-worker or someone you are caring for be one of them? Attend this life changing class on prediabetes and its potential serious health risks. Complete the prediabetes risk screening questionnaire then learn the two simple, proven ways to decrease the risk of developing Type 2 Diabetes by 58-71%. Leave ready and able to provide this urgent screening and critical Diabetes prevention education to others. Diabetes Prevention is within reach. Start today to change your tomorrows and the tomorrows of so many others.
102. Helping Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Improve Glycemic Control Through Daily Self Management
There are currently 30.4 million people living with Diabetes in the US. Diabetes increases risks of developing serious, often life-threatening complications. The key to preventing and reducing these risks is achieving glycemic control through daily self-management behaviors. Healthcare professionals play an important role in providing this critical education. Attend this class, learn how to simplify Diabetes and educate patients on the 2018 ADA recommendations and AADE 7 self-care behaviors to improve their glycemic control decreasing complication risk. You can make a difference in the lives of your patients with Type 2 Diabetes!
103. Type 2 Diabetes Complications and the Path to Prevention
According to the ADA, “despite the many advances in Diabetes care, 33-49% of patients still do not meet targets for glycemic, blood pressure or cholesterol control and only 14% meet targets for all three.” This class helps develops an improved understanding of microvascular and macrovascular Diabetes complications, recommended screenings and treatment options. Leave motivated and ready to empower your patients to start down the path of prevention, take control of their Diabetes ABC’s, reduce their risks of long term complications and ultimately live a longer, healthier life with Diabetes.
104. Caring for the Aging Population with Diabetes
According to the American Diabetes Association “approximately twenty-five percent of people over the age of 65 have Diabetes and that number is expected to increase significantly in the coming decades.” Care of these individuals is complicated by the normal aging process and long-term effects of glycemic control. This program focuses on the integral role health professionals and caregivers play in helping older adults living with Diabetes achieve individualized blood sugar goals, reduce risks acute and chronic complications, emergency room visits and hospitalizations improving longevity and quality of life.
105. Healthy Eating… “One of the Most Powerful Tools for Preventing Chronic Disease”
According to the latest research, “about half of American adults have one or more preventable, diet-related chronic diseases and healthy eating is one of the most powerful tools for prevention”. This class provides an opportunity for health care professionals to improve their understanding of the most recent dietary guidelines and healthy eating pattern recommendations. Learn how to incorporate the use of MyPlate for planning and enjoying healthy, balanced meals decreasing risks of developing preventable, diet-related chronic diseases. Leave ready to apply and share this valuable information to those you are caring for, positively impacting both your life and theirs.
106. Educate, Empower and Prevent Serious Health Effects from Toxic Chemicals
Did you know that the products used on your body, inside the house, outdoors and at the workplace can be causing potentially serious health and environmental issues? According to Dr. Samuel Epstein, former head of the Cancer Prevention Coalition, “It’s safer to eat a product than it is to rub it onto your skin.” Attend this class, understand how chemicals are regulated, or are they? Learn to become an informed consumer and ingredient detective. Leave ready and eager to use this information to begin making the shift from using toxic, harmful products that can lead to chronic disease to using safer, non-toxic, inexpensive alternatives. Become an agent of change, educate others, empower them to increase awareness of the risks and share ways they can begin taking small steps to protect their future health and the environment.
107. Alzheimer’s Disease… Diabetes of the Brain??
Everyone has heard of Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes, BUT, have you heard of Type 3 Diabetes? Type 3 Diabetes, a term coined by researchers Suzanne de la Monte, MD and Jack R. Wands, MD., is becoming known as a new form of Diabetes. This new form of Diabetes causes Alzheimer’s Disease like pathological changes in the brain leading to cognitive impairments. Attend this program, increase your understanding of insulin resistance and Alzheimer’s Disease. Hear the latest cutting-edge research linking brain insulin resistance with the hallmark abnormalities of Alzheimer’s Disease, potential treatment options and lifestyle changes showing promise in improving cognitive function in patients with early disease.
108. Traveling the Road of Insulin Resistance Through the Body and the Brain (NEW 1.5 CEU’s)
Insulin resistance leads to a multitude of health issues to include Diabetes, Obesity, CVD and dementia. Recently, growing evidence revealing insulin resistance in the brain leads to Alzheimer Disease-type neurodegeneration. Attend this program, develop a good understanding of glucose metabolism throughout the body, factors leading to insulin resistance and pathways to disease. Hear cutting edge research linking brain insulin resistance to Alzheimer’s Disease type pathology and potential treatment options being studied to improve cognitive function in patients with early disease. Leave ready and equipped with teaching strategies and tools to educate others on the importance of preventing insulin resistance syndromes and their life changing complications.
109. Dueling Epidemics: Learning to Make a Positive Impact (6 CEU Conference for Nurses, SW, Case Managers, Dental Professionals, CDP’s)
Speakers: Scherrie Keating RN, BSN, CDE, CDP, NDPP Lifestyle Coach, Tammy Pozerycki MA, CADDCT, CFRDT, CDP
Until recently, Alzheimer’s Disease and Diabetes have been independent diseases, both expanding to epidemic proportion in the United States. Healthcare professionals play a significant role in joining the efforts to improve the lives of people living with these diseases. Attend this conference and increase your knowledge of Diabetes and Dementia and how current research is showing the merging of these two diseases. Leave with practical strategies and tools to utilize in every day practice resulting in a positive impact and making a difference in the lives of many.
201. Prediabetes… Could It Be You?
According to the CDC, “there are 84.1 MILLION adults living in the US with prediabetes and 9 out of 10 don’t know it.” COULD YOU BE ONE OF THEM? This class provides life changing information on prediabetes and its potential serious health risks. Take the prediabetes risk screening questionnaire and learn the simple, proven ways to decrease risk of developing Type 2 Diabetes by 58-71%. Diabetes prevention is within reach! Start today to change your tomorrows!
202. Simplifying Type 2 Diabetes
Having Type 2 Diabetes can be overwhelming in so many ways. The key is to have a basic understanding of what Diabetes is and the important role daily self-management plays in keeping blood sugars under control. This class simplifies this complex disease and provides need to know self-management strategies to keep blood sugars in control decreasing risk of developing serious, chronic complications.
203. Take Control of Your Diabetes, Live Healthier and Longer
Diabetes is the leading cause of kidney failure, lower limb amputation and adult onset blindness? They result from chronic elevated blood sugars. The GOOD news is by achieving control of Diabetes ABC’s and having regular recommended screening, risks of developing these complications can be significantly reduced. This class provides important education on how to take control of Diabetes instead of letting Diabetes take control of you. It is possible to live a long and healthy life with Type 2 Diabetes.
204. Living a Long and Healthy Life with Type 2 Diabetes (2 part program)
Ever feel overwhelmed, frustrated and distressed having to live with and manage your Type 2 Diabetes? You’re not the only one. In fact, there are 30.3 million people living with Diabetes in the US. The key is to have a basic understanding of what Diabetes is, the important role daily Diabetes self- management plays in blood sugar control and the potentially serious long term complications associated with chronic elevated blood sugars. This 2-day workshop offers the answers and more. Learn Diabetes basics, the seven recommended daily self-management behaviors, and the important screenings required to reduce your risks of developing eye, kidney, nerve damage and cardiovascular disease. Start taking control of your Diabetes instead of letting your Diabetes take control of you! It is possible to live a long and healthy life with Type 2 Diabetes.
205. Healthy Eating Made Easier
Healthy eating can be challenging and confusing BUT can significantly decrease risk of developing chronic diseases. This class provides education on how MyPlate can help guide planning healthier, balanced meals for the entire family. Meal planning doesn’t have to be time consuming, costly or frustrating. All that’s really needed is a basic understanding of the food groups, portion sizes and label reading to be equipped and ready to eat healthier and prevent chronic disease.
206. Choosing To Shop Better To Feel Better
You’ve heard the saying, “You are what you eat,” right? Well, actually there is a lot of truth to that! Decisions made when grocery shopping can be healthy or unhealthy. This class helps navigate the grocery store, understand product labels and avoid advertising pitfalls. Bring along a favorite product label or use samples provided and see which brands pass the healthy choice test. Make decision to eat better to feel better!
207. Preventing Chronic Disease Through Healthy Eating (2 part program)
According to the latest research, “about half of American adults have one or more preventable, diet-related chronic diseases and that healthy eating is one of the most powerful tools for prevention.” Attend this informative, interactive 2 night, hands-on workshop where you learn how MyPlate can help you plan, shop and enjoy healthy, balanced meals for you and your family. Meal planning doesn’t have to be time consuming, costly or frustrating. All you really need is a basic understanding of the food groups, portion sizes and label readings to be equipped and ready to prevent chronic disease through healthy eating. Bring along your favorite product label or use samples provided on the second day and see if they pass the healthy choice test on night two. Make the decision to eat better so you can feel better today.
208. Dirty Little Secrets… What’s Hiding in Your Products?
Did you know that products used every day around the house and on our bodies can be causing health issues? According to Dr. Samuel Epstein, former head of the Cancer Coalition, “It’s safer to eat a product than it is to rub it onto your skin.” This class exposes the problems with chemical regulation, teaches how to become an ingredient detective and offers ways to begin the switch from harmful products to safer, non-toxic alternatives using items already found in your homes!
209. The Life Changing Power of Your Why
We all have a story and a why that we can use to positively impact our lives and the lives of many. Using my personal story and experience I will take you on a journey through the importance of discovering your why and the power contained within to create and live a healthy and happy life as well as make a difference in the lives of others.
210. Insulin Resistance, Alzheimer’s Disease and Your Future Health (NEW April 2019)
Insulin resistance leads to a multitude of health conditions throughout the body including Diabetes, Cardiovascular Disease and Dementia. Recently, growing evidence reveals insulin resistance in the brain leads to Alzheimer Disease. Attend this program, develop a good understanding of insulin’s role in the body and brain, and risk factors that lead to insulin resistance and disease. Hear cutting edge research linking insulin resistance in the brain to Alzheimer’s Disease and potential treatment options being studied to improve cognition in early disease. Leave ready to make healthy lifestyle changes to prevent insulin resistance and associated health conditions significantly impacting your future health.
211. Teens and Tweens Financial Health and Nutritional Wealth (2 part Workshop)
Children ages 12-19 will learn the fundamentals of finance and nutrition in this 2 part workshop. Topics such as credit vs. debt, basic investing, loans, real life economics, budgeting, consumer spending, daily nutrition, MyPlate, label reading, exercise and much more. Taught by instructors, Lora Fickett, CPA, MBA, Fickett Financial Coaching and Scherrie Keating RN, BSN, CDE, Diabetes Kare Consulting, LLC. Together we will help your children increase their financial education and awareness of healthy eating habits for a lifetime of wealth and health!
212. American Heart Association CPR Courses
Offering both blended learning courses and classroom training to healthcare providers, caregivers, and the general public. The Basic Life Support Instructor-led classroom course teaches both single-rescuer and team basic life support skills for application in both prehospital and in-facility environments, with a focus on high-quality CPR and team dynamics. AHA blended learning courses combine the flexibility of online training with in-person skills practice and testing.