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HOT TOPICS CEU: Working with Emotional Conditions and Comorbidities

August 15 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

THIS EVENT IS NOW FULL – Registration Closed.

In the pursuit of treating the “whole” person, we have to consider the impact of psychological, social, emotional, and spiritual factors when dealing with chronic and life threatening conditions.  This group of topics looks at working with healthcare professionals, their understanding of psychological conditions, and the process of treatment.



Featuring Topics & Speakers:

Understanding Hoarding: More than that stuff we collect – HANDOUT

Nancy Trout, LSCSW – Prairie View, Inc.

Depression Does Not Occur in a Vacuum: Physical, Cognitive, and Relational Comorbidities – HANDOUT

Stephen Benson, Psy.D. – Private Practice

Interdisciplinary Approach to Working with Patients with Dementia – HANDOUT

Natalie Merten, PT; Erin O’Bryan, Ph.D., CCC-SLP; and Chandra Tyler, OT – LifeCare of Wichita

The Healing Force of Spirituality in Medicine – HANDOUT

Miles Reimer, M.Div.  – Wesley Medical Center


Email robertm@comfortcarehomes.com or call the RSVP Hotline at 316-219-3062.

You will be asked to give the following information:

  • Your Name / Company Name
  • Your Credentials (ie: RN, LPN, LMSW, PT)
  • Your Professional License Number
  • Preferred Mailing Address
  • Preferred Phone Number

Donation Items:

Since this CE program is FREE to participants, we thought it would be nice to do our part and help out area charities as they help those in our community.  We ask that you bring:

White Towels & Washcloths, or Grocery Store Gift Cards

To be donated to the InterFaith Ministry’s Homeless Shelter and Operation Holiday programs.


ComfortCare Homes® & Comfort Keepers®,WSU Regional Institute on Aging, Senior Care Pharmacy, Good Shepherd Hospice, Angel’s Care Home Health, Central Plains Area Agency on Aging (CPAAA), Sedgwick Plaza, Prairie View, Angel of Mercy, LifeCare of Wichita, Alzheimer’s Association, Kindred at Home, and Home Buddy.



August 15
11:00 am - 4:00 pm


Wichita Metropolitan Complex
5015 E. 29th Street North
Wichita, KS 67220 United States
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“The family gratefully acknowledges and thanks ComfortCare Homes in Wichita for the excellent care they gave Margaret the past two years.  They treated all of us with such love and respect.  Alzheimer’s Disease truly is the ‘long goodbye.’ “

- Barber Family, in the Wichita Eagle.



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