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Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Start : 10:00 AM Pacific
End : 11:00 AM Pacific

Part of the Family Caregiver Support Series, sponsored by Home Instead Senior Care

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Includes Complimentary CEUs


Research conducted by Home Instead, Inc., franchisor of the Home Instead Senior Care network, indicates that as the number of prescription medications a person ages 70 or older takes increases, so do challenges with medication management and potential health risks. Register for this web seminar to discover the ways medication can jeopardize an older adult’s health and independence. Learn about a solutions guide created by Home Instead that could help families and their older loved ones pinpoint potential threats and start the conversations that can potentially lead to effective solutions.

Participants in this web seminar will be able to:

  • Describe at least three medication-related risks for older adults and potential solutions;
  • Strengthen the role of the family in reducing the potential for medication-related health risks; and,
  • Help family caregivers feel more confident about older adults being safe at home.


Lakelyn Hogan is a Strategic Partnerships Representative for Home Instead Senior Care. She holds a Graduate Certificate in Gerontology and is currently working toward a Master of Arts in Social Gerontology. She also holds a Master’s in Business Administration and her undergraduate education focused on Marketing and Communications Studies. Lakelyn has professional experience in the private and public sectors of senior care services. She has worked on special projects for the University of Nebraska–Omaha’s Department of Gerontology and the local Area Agency on Aging. And she is serving in her second year as the co-chair of the Nebraska State Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association’s Dementia Care Conference. Lakelyn has spent several years assisting senior clients and helping their families navigate the senior care continuum. She is passionate about helping others, especially aging adults and their families.

Kyle Decker graduated from Butler University as a Doctor of Pharmacy. He is now a licensed pharmacist in multiple states and has spent the past 10 years leading large teams as the head of pharmacy operations. Kyle is Six Sigma certified and has developed multiple operational processes that have enhanced the customer experience and provided a safer way for customers to receive and administer their prescriptions.  Throughout his career he has been at the forefront of driving medication adherence, medication synchronization, and ultimately helping patients manage their own mediations.  Kyle’s primary areas of experience are clinical pharmacology, operations, strategy, and management.

LaNita Knoke is a Registered Nurse with a Bachelors in Business Management.  LaNita is also a certified Managed Care Nurse, with a varied background in nursing encompassing direct care and clinical business.  Over the past twenty five years LaNita has worked in home Health and Hospitals all while diversifying her experience in the Medical Community.  LaNita’s passion and dedication to educating families, along with more than a two decades of professional medical experience makes her uniquely qualified in advising family caregivers with medical concerns they may have while caring for an aging loved one.

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