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TANAE REDD
03:57:09
@heather thank you my email is tanae.redd@pcitexas.net
Heather Allen
03:57:09
correct email for chat dialogue is heatherallen@gcltc.com
Joyce Quintrell
03:58:02
joyce@pagerobbins.org
Tara Singleton
03:58:49
id like to be added to email for chat dialogue. activitiydirector@conwaymanor.com
Heather Allen
03:59:57
Please email me directly for chat dialogue. I cannot write everyones email down. There are over 1500 people on the virtual summit! whew.
Tara Singleton
04:00:20
what is the email address?
Meaghan McMahon
04:00:30
Heather can you email me? I can share emails from today and we’d can get the Chat out if you have it.
Heather Allen
04:00:40
email heatherallen@gcltc.com for chat dialogue
Meaghan McMahon
04:00:42
I’m at mmcmahon@linkedsenior.com
Heather Allen
04:01:06
Meaghan yes at the end I will email you! Thank you!
Joyce Quintrell
04:01:28
thank you
Meaghan McMahon
04:01:42
Awesome thank you @Heather
Linda Jensen
04:02:23
Thank you for doing this all!
nsevr658023
04:02:37
it's great!
Barb Smith
04:02:52
Thank you Meaghan and Heather for getting us the chat.
Jean Garver
04:03:00
Peter - we only see your chin and your shirt.
chnatek
04:04:12
Thank you
Jean Garver
04:04:17
Much better - thanks so much!
zorahayda de vera
04:06:29
Thank you Meagan and Heather for providing us the thread of the chat. Thank you for having me and please keep me posted with all the virtual summit.
Meaghan McMahon
04:06:48
The word is “People”
Brenda Evans
04:09:05
Loving Ashton's presentation!
Jennifer DeAngelis
04:09:20
If we want a copy of the chat who should we contact or will we just get it automatically for signing up for the webinar?
tracy.lumsden
04:10:25
Great Points!
zorahayda de vera
04:10:32
Still listening . WE BELIEVE OLD PEOPLE are the BINGO CODE so far and I guess the other last two sessions will be ARE COOL?
Michelle Pooler
04:11:10
That's my guess! :-)
Alicia Gonzales
04:11:22
Thanks awesome I didn’t even realize it was a sentence! :)
Karon McDonald
04:11:23
LOL!
Deanna Alexa
04:12:11
yay I have a bingo!
zorahayda de vera
04:12:47
I know I have to be in Facebook to join the game but I can’t find it? Anyone who can help me to find it please?
Jean Garver
04:12:49
And often people are kept living longer with out considering their quality of life1
Alicia Gonzales
04:13:05
Bummer I don’t we aren’t allowed to take photos.
Theresa Hart
04:13:23
So who do people think all of the old people are going to be in the future. I know one old person in the future, and she ain't going down without a fight!
Deanna Alexa
04:13:24
i got my bingo game sent to my email. i can forward it
zorahayda de vera
04:14:28
@Deanna Alexa please send to my email zhordvera@yahoo.com
zorahayda de vera
04:14:44
Thank you greatly appreciated
tracy.lumsden
04:15:43
Great point Jean G.
Meaghan McMahon
04:16:02
oldschool.info
Miranda Miller
04:16:49
Amen!
Heather Allen
04:16:54
Thank you meaghan
Jean Garver
04:17:12
Thank you Ruth Bader Ginsburg - for all she did to help women with need the same for Ageism.!
Cory Shondell
04:17:19
great presentation Ashton!!!
Glenda Burcham-Hilligoss
04:17:24
thanks Ashton
Brenda Evans
04:17:30
My dad uses his walker to "carry" his medical records, etc. rather than for stability in walking. He will admit he has bad shoulders...
Deanna Alexa
04:17:54
Sent the PDF of the Bingo game
Angelina Torrieri
04:17:58
Thank you Ashton
M. Celeste Chase
04:18:12
I worry that the younger population tends to fail to see the wisdom in the aging
Nancy Richards
04:18:22
thank you Ashton! We can accept the way our bodies change over time but we don’t have the attitude, stigma or imposed disability from society
Ashton Applewhite
04:18:26
www.oldschool.info - everything is free except for the books
Jean Garver
04:18:47
No you had it right the first time - Peter!
joan Cullinane
04:20:05
yes. I am ready for a movement. Believe me I don't put up with segregation of humans because of age, and what seen as disabilities. We can build on what other movements have done. People in recovery know that we all need to be included because we will all need assistance at times but we are all able to solve our own problems with support.
Jean Garver
04:20:24
These systems are often not user friendly.
Cathy Lieblich
04:22:41
Sad to hear that agency has few people who are blind working there as I worked there from 1988-1991 and that was true back then too.
joan Cullinane
04:24:38
the way benefits are given and taken away also discriminates against those who do work. If you work often attendants are no longer paid for. Sometimes it is just easier not to work
Ashton Applewhite
04:25:22
if there’s more road behind us than ahead, we are older .. not young
joan Cullinane
04:27:05
yes and all experiences of dementia are individual
tracy.lumsden
04:28:29
As are all experiences of getting older.
Cory Shondell
04:28:43
" If my muscles and bones ache, it just means I've used them"
Penny Cook
04:29:15
And that’s a good thing, Cory!
Cory Shondell
04:29:24
:)
zorahayda de vera
04:29:27
@Deanne Alexa thank you got the Virtual Summit BINGO
tracy.lumsden
04:29:46
I also have a Bingo!
Nancy Richards
04:30:34
Peter, LOVE the distinction between inclusion vs. accessibility
Jean Garver
04:31:30
Excellent point!
leo olson
04:31:59
Very well said
Sara Lopez
04:33:06
" age is an issue of mind over matter. if you don't mind it doesn't matter "
Linda Jensen
04:33:33
All so very well said.
Jane Chagnon
04:34:16
Fear is such a huge deterrent for anything.
Deb Brown
04:36:35
@Deanna Alexa could you please send the Bingo Card to my email? Thank you so much! debbieb@fieldcrestcare.com
Meaghan McMahon
04:36:55
Deb you can email Melinda for the BINGO card: mcole@linkedsenior.com
Deb Brown
04:37:33
Thank you
Shelby Ray
04:37:49
Fear is a barrier we put up between a person, place and situation
Ashton Applewhite
04:37:51
really like the way Peter is pointing out that *we*do these things … and can change our attitudes and behaviors
Sharman Knight
04:39:36
From Sharman The care we give self the easy it is to give care to others. Love makes the world go around.
Penny Cook
04:40:36
Will do!
Jean Garver
04:41:21
Well done!!
Jacqulyn Thorns
04:41:26
clap clap clap
Linda Jensen
04:41:39
Very engaging all of this, thanks all!
Heather Tallent
04:41:41
Thank you!
Leigh DeVane
04:41:47
THANK YOY!!
Julie Echon
04:42:00
well said...a very new way of looking at ageism and ableism
Angelina Torrieri
04:42:15
thought provoking
Lisa Moore
04:42:55
Makes have a Hmmmm moment ~ forced me to stop and think!
M. Celeste Chase
04:42:58
interesting
Jean Garver
04:43:34
It’s also the loss of personhood - a woman over 50 in America slowly becomes invisible in many cases.!
Joyce Quintrell
04:43:57
Thank You!
Evelyn Mosed
04:45:02
So correct
tracy.lumsden
04:45:20
Agree Jean
joan Cullinane
04:45:27
I have a bad habit of encouraging revolution and outside the box thinking. I now think I need to advocate strongly for Medicaid and medicare to pay for advanced care at home even though I work in long term care. They would be safer at home!
Evelyn Mosed
04:45:28
Hmmm surplus safety
Evelyn Mosed
04:46:34
Support is the key word
Jan Terrell
04:46:37
Not one word has been spoken about what is going on in the world. We ran the coronavirus into the ground, but not one word about Mr. George Floyd. It is really insulting. How do we advance change when people aren't willing to even acknowledge that this tragedy and others happen and continue to happen.
Linda Jensen
04:46:45
Sad, but true...
Brenda Evans
04:47:11
Following CDC & state guidelines for Covid, but difficult for those who feel their rights are being violated.
Linda Jensen
04:47:12
About the "isms" I mean.
Ashton Applewhite
04:47:15
We also judge how “successfully” people are aging. We don’t succeed at childhood. Why should aging be some thing to succeed or fail at?
Kristen Whiteley
04:47:17
Jan, this isn't the right avenue for that conversation
Angelina Becerra
04:47:21
so true
Mindi Nelson
04:47:32
and it was mentioned in the last session
Ashton Applewhite
04:48:04
Jan, I did reference Black Lives Matter, twice. 15 mins is not a lot of time.
Linda Jensen
04:48:17
Exactly Penny!
Jan Terrell
04:48:44
I was just going off of what was said earlier regarding teaching them about the BLM Movement mentioned by one of the attendees. But no worries.
Brenda Evans
04:48:55
My grandma never admitted she was over 60 until the local Senior Center offered trips to local attractions - with lunch! - for $5. I'm following in her footsteps - Give me my discount!
Jacqulyn Thorns
04:49:06
AARP SENT ME INFORMATION AT THE AGE OF 48 ha ha ha
Dina Giannet
04:49:09
Very good reinforcement of important concepts by the team. It is important to also note how individuals, upon entering the facility, have a higher likelihood of declining rapidly due to the helplessness that is implicitly reinforced by staff and the milieu. Helplessness is rife in the facility, and unless vigorous, meaningful activities - physical, cognitive and emotionally-invested engagement occur, decline is the result.
Linda Jensen
04:49:26
Dear Lord, I want it in my living will if ever I am in a nursing home as a patient, do NOT take me to a bingo game! I called it as a volunteer when I started in activities in 1972, and I am bingo'd out! Except for today, NO bingo for me!!!
Heather Tallent
04:49:31
They still love BINGO
Zuleyma Montoya
04:49:39
In my community our residents LOVE BINGO!
Ashton Applewhite
04:49:43
the BINGO wars ...
Janet Runyon
04:49:44
My clients love Bingo. You can change it up too!
Karon McDonald
04:49:46
Our residents LOVE Bingo!
Angela Proszek
04:49:51
We use capacity and informed consent when discussing restricting resident / patients actions
Carmela Mulroe
04:49:59
Dina- yes. meaningful to each individual- living a life that has worth and value to the individual is key.
Heather Allen
04:50:00
Dude. I'm 33 and I'm all about playing bingo. But that's me and my personality. I LOVE GAMES.
Leigh DeVane
04:50:04
When mI move into a nursing home I'm going with my care plan already made BY ME. And it will say do not approach me about playing bingo.
Cory Shondell
04:50:05
My resident's would not be happy if bingo was removed. I know it's different everywhere but no chance they want it removed from their calendar
Pamela Harrison
04:50:11
I agree, my residents still Love Bingo :)
Alisa Tagg
04:50:16
BINGO! Truly meets all the domains of wellness! Bingo rocks!
Maureen Bluemke
04:50:25
they still love Bingo
Janet Runyon
04:50:28
Bingo always get a bad rap!
Brenda Evans
04:50:37
When I walked into this job on January 13, the first thing the residents said to me was, "Can we have Bingo twice a week again?"
Marianne Teixeira
04:50:42
I appreciate all of the discussion from the panelists regarding intersectionality.
Kathleen Santiago
04:50:45
Thank you Peter, Ashton and Penny!
HTruebenbach
04:50:51
Many do, but its also important to remember not all elderly like bingo is what she is saying..
Cathy Lieblich
04:50:55
It's an individual thing. Some people love bingo and others have no interest in it. It's important to find out what the person wants to do.
Kris Hauser
04:50:59
I have tried decreasing bingo does not work lol. They love bingo here.
Ashton Applewhite
04:51:04
thank you
Brenda Evans
04:51:06
Bingo-ism!
Karon McDonald
04:51:07
Of course!
Carol Gronwold
04:51:13
thank you!
Kristen Whiteley
04:51:16
Ashton, I had asked a question earlier but had it on the wrong setting for you to see it. I was wondering where you got your statistics from as the Alzheimer's Association paints a different picture on the statistics of Alzheimer's and dementia.
Dina Giannet
04:51:28
I train many activity professionals who deplore bingo. But alas, it has incredible cognitive, neurological, social, and physical benefits working concurrently!
chnatek
04:51:33
Bingo is one of our best turn outs.
M. Celeste Chase
04:51:36
The familiarity of Bingo is soothing to residents
Bethany Shinkle
04:51:47
If I didnt have bingo at least twice a week, my residents wouldnt do anything with me until bingo goes back on the calender. Men and Women would be so upset
joan Cullinane
04:51:51
our culture is one of efficiency and productivity. I think people like bingo because they can win and feel that they win because of what they have done cognitively. but there are many ways to do that. My generation will not be one of bingo but it may still be offered as it is social
Nancy Burkin
04:51:54
Are you missing the point?????
Brenda Evans
04:51:54
For some people, Bingo is very challenging. You have to hear, remember, find, mark, and realize if you've won!
Heather Allen
04:52:00
Yes. Thank you guys so much for bringing understand to us about ageism and ableism. Keep championing for people.
Julie Echon
04:52:03
I think that's a good idea to have your care plan already set.
ajoshi
04:52:11
Thank Ashton, Peter and Penny
Evelyn Mosed
04:52:19
Thank you to the panelist, great discussion
Ashton Applewhite
04:52:19
Kirsten, source on falling dementia rates here: https://thischairrocks.com/2017/04/08/dementia-rates-are-falling/
Kristen Whiteley
04:52:36
Thanks!
Alicia Gonzales
04:52:43
My residents love bingo. They ask me when is bingo and where. I want it announced on the intercom. I personally don’t like bingo but if the residents want to bingo on the calendar we must provide it to them. In Adult Day not a lot of my residents wanted to engage in bingo so I was able to only offer it once a month and we offered other interventions during bingo.
M. Celeste Chase
04:53:22
it's about a routine that they are familiar with....
Kristen Whiteley
04:53:42
Thank you to all of you for a very interesting and informative session
Anne Basting
04:53:45
Boy Bingo prompts a huge response! For me, activities should be meaningful and community building. If we analyze WHY people love Bingo, that can guide us toward additional offerings that people love.
Joyce Quintrell
04:53:54
Thank you so very much!
Sara Lopez
04:53:54
you can never go wrong with bingo I fell in love with bingo since i have started working in Activities at the age of 18
Marianne Teixeira
04:54:01
by far my favorite session I want another hour!
Maureen Bluemke
04:54:18
Thank you for all your informative session, this has been a great session
Angelina Torrieri
04:54:22
Bingo is a big favorite at our center
Stephanie Hensle
04:54:22
yeah we have been doing overhead bingo and i hate it! I cant wait till they are back together
Linda Jensen
04:54:22
This was AWESOME, thanks and I wish Penny Cook was able to have the same amount of time to present, I could tell she had much more great information to relay to us.
Angelina Torrieri
04:54:28
Their choice
Cory Shondell
04:54:29
Thank you 3 for your wonderful insight!!!!!
tracy.lumsden
04:54:33
Fantastic session and speaking about this topic! Thank you!
chnatek
04:54:37
Thank you!
Angelina Becerra
04:54:50
I've tried changing bingo to music bingo; they loved the music and sang along with the music, which they got distracted and never noticed they had a bingo. Lol...I had to keep track on their bingo cards. So had to switch back to regular bingo.
Tammy Carroll
04:55:03
Thank you this was my favorite session also.
Brenda Evans
04:55:05
I plan to listen to this presentation again - Lots of good information and points to ponder!
Nancy Richards
04:55:06
Thank you all for a deep panel discussion. We do better when informed.
Robin Schiltz
04:55:20
Thank you all for the great information!!!
Ashton Applewhite
04:55:20
you are all so very welcome
Angelina Torrieri
04:55:24
Well said Nancy Richards
Teresa Bostic
04:55:41
great information, very helpful
Linda Jensen
04:55:53
@Brenda ~ me too!
Meaghan McMahon
04:56:16
Penny: penny.cook@pioneernetwork.net
HTruebenbach
04:56:25
zXDCFVGFHNM,L;./'23
Meaghan McMahon
04:56:26
Peter@slatingroup.com
Nichole White
04:56:27
THank you Penny, Ashton, and Peter
HTruebenbach
04:56:28
.300.
Brenda Evans
04:56:31
Maybe Penny could do a presentation for future seminars?