Homosassa, Florida (June 6, 2018) – Staff of the Royal Dalton House recently received a two-hour dementia care training seminar from Gary Joseph LeBlanc of Common Sense Caregiving. Mr. LeBlanc is a well-known certified dementia care specialist in the Tampa Bay area. He has provided seminars to a wide range of medical personnel and caregivers in the Bay area.
“I believe that the true way to educate the family and professional caregivers is through the heart,” said Mr. LeBlanc. “My seminars and training classes are full of personal and professional dramaturgy scenarios of my 20-year personal and professional experience in dementia care.” The two-hour training class covers a wide range of issues including, but not limited to:
- The true definition of dementia and why it takes place.
- An understanding of the various forms of dementia from Lewy Body dementia, frontotemporal degeneration, vascular dementia, mixed dementia, Korsakoff syndrome, early onset dementia, traumatic brain injury and more.
Mr. LeBlanc emphasized that there are two patients involved: the person living with dementia and his or her caregiver. A wide range of other issues are discussed such as sundown syndrome and shadowing, bathing issues, wandering, elopement and triggers to watch for, eating dilemmas, communication tips, dealing with challenging behaviors and resolutions and learning how to assess the behaviors and ways to respond.
Each member of the staff received a certificate of attendance and a purple angel lapel pin commemorating the completion of the program, and the Royal Dalton House received an official plaque recognizing that the “Royal Dalton House has gone above and beyond the State of Florida requirements to provide their staff extended training on dementia care.” Administrators receive 3.5 continuing education credits from the NAB (National Association of Long Term Care Administrator Boards).
About the Royal Dalton House Back-Up Generator
The Royal Dalton House is proud of the fact that its new building features the first back-up generator to be in total compliance with the latest regulations since Hurricane Irma.
The latest generator regulations state that each resident must have 20 square feet of area in an environment that does not exceed 81º for a minimum of 96 hours. If the county is under a state of emergency, Royal Dalton House is proud to state that they will have refrigeration and safety lighting throughout their building. Royal Dalton House will be able to provide close to 50 square feet per resident (47 to be exact) for that time period.
It is important to remember that the building is block construction with state-of-the-art materials as well as the fact that it is east of US 19 and not in a flood plain. Additionally, Royal Dalton House will be a host facility for staff and families and possibly other ALF residents.
About The Royal Dalton House
The Royal Dalton House is an assisted living and memory care located in the Deer Park Community in the middle of Sugarmill Woods. The Royal Dalton House is designed to provide its residents with an elegant lifestyle along with the comforts and conveniences of home, plus a variety of exceptional amenities and services.
The family owned community is designed to offer stylish apartments in an intimate setting. Services are offered to complement our residents’ needs – from independent living to memory care.
The Royal Dalton House amenities include a wellness center, English pub, hair salon, theater/chapel, putting green and much more. A few of the services the community offers include chef-prepared meals, transportation and accompaniment to scheduled medical visits.
The Royal Dalton House is located at 5445 West Oak Park Blvd., Homosassa, FL 34446. For more information call 352-765-3259, email email@example.com. Visit us at www.royaldaltonhouse.com and LIKE is on Facebook.