First Link Learning Series Winter 2023 - The Long Term Care Process (Krista Domino)

Newfoundland and Labrador
Wed, Feb 7, 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Alzheimer Society of Newfoundland and Labrador

The Alzheimer Society of Newfoundland & Labrador is offering the First Link Learning Series online, at no cost, to continue educating people with dementia and their families on how to live well with dementia.


Week 11 - The Long-Term Care Process

This week, we discuss the Long-Term Care Process.

  • Making the Decision.
  • Assessing a Long Term Care Facility.
  • Referral Process.
  • Consent for Admission.
  • Care Assessment.
  • Admission of Significant Other.
  • Financial Assessment.
  • Choosing a Long Term Care Home.
  • Waitlist for Long Term Care.
  • Admission.
  • Transfers in Long Term Care.
  • Emergency Placement.

This weeks Learning Series speaker is Krista Domino

  • Graduated with my Social Work Degree via Distance Education in 2008 from the University of Victoria, BC.
  • Worked in Nova Scotia as a Social Worker in a Long Term Care Facility for 2 years then moved back to Newfoundland in 2011 and worked with Corrections Service Canada as a Clinical Social Worker.
  • Started work with Eastern Health in 2012 & worked in the Acute Care System at both St. Clare’s and the Health Sciences. 
  • Began working with Saint Luke’s in June 2016 as the Social Worker for the home and later accepted the position as the Program Coordinator with the Adult Day Program. 

Our connections matter!  Join the Alzheimer Society First Link Learning Series program today and learn more to live well with dementia.

Our learning series provides an overview of dementia, coping strategies, and knowledge of community support services. The series is 15 weeks and is at no cost to participants. Register today!