Reducing Stress in Healthcare Professionals: Scientific Evidence Supporting the 15 for Me Program
RSVP Here Join us as Kensington Senior Living partners with Dr. William Mansbach, founder and Chief Executive Officer of Mansbach Health Tools,
Join us as Kensington Senior Living partners with Dr. William Mansbach, founder and Chief Executive Officer of Mansbach Health Tools, LLC, to bring you an interactive, virtual presentation on reducing stress in healthcare professionals and the significance of the 15 for Me Program.
Our Promise at The Kensington is to love and care for your family as we do our own. And we do. We are here for you – skilled, prepared and ready to participate fully in your care journey. As specialists in all aspects of Assisted Living and Memory Care, we offer services and programs that are thoughtfully designed, clinically comprehensive and highly personalized. By offering three levels of Memory Care, we improve quality of life for our residents to the greatest extent possible. And couples are welcome, even if their care needs differ. We’re standing by, eager to listen and ready to help.
*This is a CEU credited event
Dr. William Mansbach, the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Mansbach Health Tools, LLC which supports the BCAT® Research Center. He is also the Chief Executive Officer and President of CounterPoint Health Services, a multi-disciplinary behavioral healthcare company specializing in geriatrics and dementia care. For many years, he was the Chief Operating Officer of the largest geriatric behavioral healthcare company in the U.S. specializing in long-term care. Dr. Mansbach has an international reputation as a researcher, clinician, and consultant in the aging field. He was a pioneer in the development of memory clinics and is the creator of the BCAT® and ENRICH® Systems, which integrate cognitive tests, interventions, and dementia prevention programs. He is the co-author of the award-winning book, Brain Health as You Age: A Practical Guide to Maintenance and Prevention. Dr. Mansbach’s most recent peer-reviewed articles can be found on the BCAT® Research Center page.
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