Failure Free Activities for Persons with Dementia


Home Care and Assisted Living providers are often looking for fun, simple ways to create meaningful moments with their clients and residents. Join David Hahklotubbe, Executive Director at The Park Lane, for a free one hour webinar and discover innovative ways to engage persons with dementia in failure free activities.

You'll learn:

  • Practical tools to manage difficult behaviors.
  • Alternative ways of viewing and assessing activities along with skills to create a failure free activity program.
  • Confidence in building activity programs that are successful and provide maximum benefit to the person with dementia.

About the Presenter:

David Hahklotubbe (Hawk Low Tubby) is a Gerontologist and respected leader in the field of Aging. He is a provider of quality elder care services for close to two decades. In addition to his Masters in Gerontology, David holds a Bachelors in Industrial Organizational Psychology and a Bachelors in Sexology. He was an instructor in the M.A. program in Gerontology and Social Work at SFSU for 8 years. Additionally, David is the founder of two RCFEs in the Napa Valley providing care for those afflicted with Memory Impairments as well as hospice care. David is the Executive Director of Senior Resource Group's premier 231 apartment property The Park Lane, a high-end Independent, Assisted and Memory Care community in Monterey California. David is a published textbook contributor and has been a certified vendor/trainer for over 17 years.