A Forum on Alzheimer’s
“Intellect in Default: Integrating Concepts of Neuroscience, Psychology and Human Nature”


12:00 pm-1:00 pm
1.0 CEUs

  • LSW/LISW/SWA (RSX069601)
  • LPC/LPCC (RCX031303)
  • Nurses ​(via reciprocity with CSWMFT board)
  • LNHA (BELTSS #: 38043-SS-21)

Join us for a highly interactive program that will answer some of the most baffling questions being asked by carers around the world. This seminar will eliminate some confusion and reveal insights that will change the way caregivers approach the ‘dementia dilemma’. We will explore how behaviors are instinctive human reactions that are triggered by the environment and daily interactions and witness a demonstration of how positive interpersonal dynamics can emerge with profound simplicity when caregivers recognize that ‘fear’ and ‘shame’ are often at the core of negative behavior.

Neuroscience, psychology, and human nature each play a role in the human condition. Learn how automatic reactions are the default mechanisms in play when intellect fails. Gain a new sensitivity with an integrated perspective that will inspire more effective caregiving and interpersonal dynamics. When we reach out with knowledge and understanding we can improve the quality of life for everyone involved. 


  • Define the retro-genesis of Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Utilize non-verbal techniques which foster trust and are non-threatening
  • Recognize behaviors as instinctive human reactions to environment and interpersonal stimuli
  • List three elements of Person-Centered Care required for a sense of well being toward enhancement of quality of life​


About the speaker: Jeannie Flossie, M.Ed., LNHA

Jeannie Is a licensed nurse, Nursing Home Administrator and holds a Master's degree in Education.  As sole proprietor of Cognitive Concepts Consulting Services, she was certified in Person Centered Care/Dementia Mapping in 2002, and was qualified by the Alzheimer's Foundation of American as an Excellence in Care Specialist in 2007.  She has been providing training and consultation for medical professionals, at every level, for over 30 years; and her scope of expertise includes multiple facets of education, family and caregiver dynamics and intervention. 

Jeannie has been an invited guest speaker at National, State and local levels and presented her work on 'Alzheimer's type dementia' at the International Alzheimer's Convention in Washington, D.C.​

She has served the citizens of Ohio as Vice President of the Ohio Board of Nursing and as a public speaker she brings research, reality, and first-hand experience, to the front of the class.