Caring for Dependent Adult Patients: Angie’s Journey with Elder Patients
Alsip, IL • May 1, 2020 • 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
GC America Inc. Education Center
3737 West 127th Street
Alsip, IL 60803
Ticket Packages
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Course Information

Everyone ages. As dental professionals we often aren’t aware of how best to support those we are caring for as they move into Elderhood.

This beautiful population brings so much to our practices. It is essential that dental team members, and the dental office space, are ready to meet these patient’s needs. While offices are typically set up to care for the needs of children, elder’s needs are often overlooked.

This course will provide many ideas to step up the care your office provides your elder patients. Join Angie as she takes you on a journey with elders that is dear to her heart. You will be glad you did!

Speaker Information

Angie Stone, RDH, BS began her career as a dental assistant in the US Navy. She has provided dental education around the world and has numerous published articles based on her research regarding xylitol and elders. Angie’s book, Dying from Dirty Teeth, was on the Amazon Best Seller’s list upon It’s launch in 2015.  Angie is the founder and CEO of HyLife Oral Health Alliance. The mission of the alliance is to keep vulnerable dependent adults free of dental disease.    

Credit Information
This course is offered for 5 CEU. GC America Inc. is approved for awarding AGD PACE and NBC continuing education credits. 
Cancellation Policy
GC America Inc. reserves the right to cancel or postpone any conference because of unforeseen circumstances or insufficient enrollment. GC America Inc. manufactures and distributes products that may be discussed in this course.
5 CE for $89 (lunch included)
Learning Objectives

After completing this program, the dental professional will:

1.     Recognize the role CAMBRA plays in preventing dental disease in elders.

2.     List the various simple advanced treatment modalities that exist to improve the oral health of elders both in and out of the dental office.

3.     Understand how Activities of Daily Living (ADL’s) and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADL’s) impact a visit to the dental office, oral health and quality of life.

4.     Recount the role oral health plays in Alzheimer’s.

5.     Have completed Dementia Friendly Business Training.

Target Audiences
Healthcare Professionals