Creating Connections in Caregiving
with Keynote Speaker Cameo Rogers
Available Thursday, June 4th 2020 via Memory Cafe’s YouTube Channel
We are excited to announce our Redefining Memory Loss (RML) Caregiver Conference will be held virtually this year. Admission is free for community members and $50 for North Dakota Social Workers who wish to earn 4.0 CEUs for this self-study online program. Professionals seeking CEUs should register and purchase their ticket via Eventbrite here. This opportunity is available through August 31, 2020.
About our Keynote Speaker
Cameo Rogers is a sought after presenter at various state and national level conferences.
She served on an expert panel presentation for a screening of the Glen Campbell documentary, “I’ll Be Me.” She was awarded the NCCDP 2017 National Certified Dementia Practitioner of the Year Award. Cameo was a contributing author to the book, “Foundations of Therapeutic Recreation” discussing best practices in therapeutic, strengths-based interventions for older adults. Cameo’s professional experience includes serving older adults in community-based services, independent living, assisted living, memory care, long-term care, rehabilitation, and in-patient acute psychiatric care.
Cameo is a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist, Dementia—Practitioner, Care Manager, Support Group Facilitator, and a Alzheimer’s and Dementia Instructor through the National Council of Dementia Practitioners. She is currently completing her graduate work at the University of Nebraska Omaha in Social Gerontology. Cameo is a passionate advocate for enhancing knowledge, skills, and resources for those serving as caregivers.