Category: Bullying/Senior bullying

Free Gift! Holiday Savings! New LTC resources from some of the best

Posted by Dr. El - December 7, 2016 - Books/media of note, Bullying/Senior bullying, Business Strategies, Common Nursing Home Problems and How Psychologists Can Solve Them, Customer service, Dementia, Engaging with families, McKnight's Long-Term Care News https://www.amazon.com/Savvy-Residents-Guide-Everything-Nursing-ebook/dp/B009Q38X8I/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1480881355&sr=1-1

The Savvy Resident’s Guide can help set reasonable expectations for your new residents and families, leading them to view their stays in a more favorable light. To see how, download a FREE Kindle version between December 7-9th and take advantage of Holidays Savings of 20% off bulk orders of 25 or more copies through Friday, December […]

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The Many Riches of Senior Living Conferences

Posted by Dr. El - May 13, 2015 - Bullying/Senior bullying, Dementia, McKnight's Long-Term Care News, Resident care, Something Good About Nursing Homes

Here’s my latest article on McKnight’s Long-Term Care News: The Many Riches of Senior Living Conferences I’ve been fortunate enough to attend several senior living conventions recently and my enthusiasm for the experience has yet to diminish. If you haven’t yet had the opportunity to be present for a conference (or if it’s been a […]

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Free Webinar 3/25 @ 2pm ET: 4 Steps to Preventing Senior Bullying in LTC

Posted by Dr. El - March 24, 2015 - Bullying/Senior bullying, Resident care, Talks/Radio shows

Join Dr. El Wednesday, March 25th at 2pm Eastern Time (1pm Central Time) for a FREE Webinar on 4 Steps to Preventing Senior Bullying in Long Term Care sponsored by EmLogis To register: visit EmLogis Events   About the Webinar: Senior living communities often experience problems with bullying among residents. Join psychologist Dr. Eleanor Feldman Barbera […]

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Senior bullying: How to recognize it, how to handle it

Posted by Dr. El - March 4, 2015 - Bullying/Senior bullying, Business Strategies, McKnight's Long-Term Care News, Resident education/Support groups

Here’s my latest article on McKnight’s Long-Term Care News:  Senior bullying: How to recognize it, how to handle it Things were different when I was a kid. People regularly drove while intoxicated. The high school archery team practiced on the football field while the track team ran around the periphery. Children bullied their peers without […]

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In the wake of a nursing home double-homicide: How to meet mental health needs and prevent violence (McKnight’s LTC News)

Posted by Dr. El - May 1, 2014 - Bullying/Senior bullying, Depression/Mental illness/Substance Abuse, McKnight's Long-Term Care News, Younger residents

Here’s my latest article on McKnight’s Long-Term Care News:  In the wake of a nursing home double-homicide: How to meet mental health needs and prevent violence News of the recent double-homicide in a Houston nursing home arrived the morning I was to speak to a group gathered to address the needs of younger residents in long-term care. […]

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Senior Bullying, Part 6: Strategies for Targets of Bullying

Posted by Dr. El - May 4, 2012 - Bullying/Senior bullying, Resident care

Potential Individual-Level Interventions to Reduce Bullying Among Seniors: Strategies for the Targets of Bullying By Robin Bonifas, PhD, MSW, Assistant Professor, School of Social Work, Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ and Marsha Frankel, LICSW, Clinical Director of Senior Services, Jewish Family & Children’s Service, Boston, MA Welcome to our final blog addressing issues of bullying […]

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Senior Bullying, Part 5: Intervention Strategies for Bullies

Posted by Dr. El - April 12, 2012 - Bullying/Senior bullying, Resident care

Potential Individual-Level Interventions to Reduce Bullying Among Seniors: Strategies for Bullies By Robin Bonifas, PhD, MSW, Assistant Professor, School of Social Work, Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ and Marsha Frankel, LICSW, Clinical Director of Senior Services, Jewish Family & Children’s Service, Boston, MA Readers will recall some of the characteristics of bullies from our second […]

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Senior Bullying, Part 4: Potential Organizational-Level Interventions to Reduce Bullying

Posted by Dr. El - March 23, 2012 - Bullying/Senior bullying, Resident care

Today’s blog post is the fourth in a biweekly series on senior bullying, bringing research into practice.  On Tuesday, 3/27, I’ll be recording an interview with Dr. Bonifas on the specifics of reducing senior bullying at the organizational level.  If you have questions you’d like me to ask her, please email me via the Contact […]

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Senior Bullying, Part 3: What is the Impact of Bullying?

Posted by Dr. El - March 6, 2012 - Bullying/Senior bullying, Resident care

Today’s blog post is the third in a biweekly series on senior bullying, bringing research into practice. By Robin Bonifas, PhD, MSW, Assistant Professor, School of Social Work, Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ and Marsha Frankel, LICSW, Clinical Director of Senior Services, Jewish Family & Children’s Services, Boston, MA In our experience, it is common […]

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Senior Bullying, Part 2: Who bullies and who gets bullied?

Posted by Dr. El - February 21, 2012 - Bullying/Senior bullying, Resident care

Today’s blog post is the second in a biweekly series on senior bullying, bringing research into practice. Who bullies and who gets bullied? By Robin Bonifas, PhD, MSW, Assistant Professor, School of Social Work, Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ and Marsha Frankel, LICSW, Clinical Director of Senior Services, Jewish Family & Children’s Services, Boston, MA […]

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