February 23, 2021

Understanding Intimacy and Dementia Zoom Training

12:00 PM - 2 PM 

It is important to understand that older adults continue to be sexual beings with the need for love and affection.  When mind and behavior are altered by dementia, and normal abilities decline, sexual desire, the need for intimacy, and the need for companionship may exist well after the loss of normal abilities. This presentation will also focus on both the reasons and possible triggers for “sexually inappropriate behaviors” in persons with dementia and on effective caregiver interventions. 


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March 10, 2021

RVSPG Meeting by Zoom

9:00 AM 

Topic: COVID - 19 Memory Boxes

Speaker: Kris Cosgrove, CTRD, CDP, CMDCP, CDCCM, CADDCT

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Passcode: 581531
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February 24, 2021

GIN Lunch (Geriatric Interest Network) 

12:00 PM - 1 PM 


Join us for an informal lunch at Don Patron's on the last Wednesday of each month. Bring your business cards and brochures. Enjoy a relaxed lunch of networking and relationship building with other elder care professionals. 

Location: Don Patron's, 1503 E. 3rd Street, Williamsport, PA 17701

March 4, 11, and 18 2021

CCCHS Racial Equity Professional Training

3 Sessions!

12:30 PM - 2 PM 

What to Expect From this Training:

These 3 informative and interactive 90-minute trainings will provide:

  • Definition and understanding of racial justice terminology such as:

    • Implicit bias and cultural competency

  • Concrete ways to embrace racial equity personally and professionally.

  • Ways to disassemble barriers to equity in programs. 


What You Get

  • Real Resources and Supports for many workplace and personal situations. 

  • A better understanding of racial equity and inclusion.

  • Virtual interactive opportunity with other professionals with breakout zoom sessions and homework activities.

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Our Mission Statement

The mission of the PA Link to Aging and Disability Resources is to improve access to long term services and supports for individuals, their loved ones and caregivers, regardless of age, income, or ability, through an integrated network of partner agencies committed to expanding the use of community based solutions, promoting person centered decision making, and enhancing the quality of services.

Statewide information at: PA Link to Community Care                                                    PA Link Helpline: (800) 753 - 8827