You might completely specialize in eldercare, or it might be a small (but important) part of your practice. Regardless of the scope, Dr Liz and her associates produce content to help you make the most of the limited time you get with each of the elders. Combining cutting-edge science with an eminently practical sensibility, Dr Liz Geriatrics will help you care for some of the most vulnerable people on the planet.

Life doesn’t end at 65, nor does it end at the door of a nursing home. There’s a lot of good life left to be lived, and you, as the people providing the healthcare to older folks, you have a large part to play in helping them live their best lives.

Our monthly webinars are accredited for CEUs by a number of organizations including:

  • NACCM (Care Managers)
  • NASW (Social Workers)
  • California Nursing Board
  • RCFE Administrators
  • Public Guardian: Center for Guardianship Certification
  • California Professional Fiduciaries Bureau

Dr Liz Geriatrics Webinars

Some topics of late have been: “The Difficult Discharge – How to Navigate?” “Parkinsons and Lewy Body Dementia” “Difficult Behaviors in Dementia.” As you can see, there’s immediate and direct relevance for you. Please come and see this month’s webinar.

High Noon with Dr Liz

Every Saturday we have new video content up on Facebook as part of our High Noon series. Dr Liz herself presents topics like “Osteoporosis – Is That A Problem?, ” “Risks of Financial Elder Abuse,” “Stop Aging, Prevent Dementia!”. Most sessions are live and provide a fantastic opportunity to interact with a high-level care professional.

Dr Liz Geriatrics Workshops

We produce monthly education webinars where Dr Liz and her compatriots teach important techniques, processes, tips, and tricks. The workshops are specifically tuned to be a Q&A session – they are currently free, but that’s not going to last long! You really should block out an hour on the tuesday of the workshop. Recent topics we’ve covered have been: “When to, if Ever, Place Mom”, and “Communication with Dementia.”

Dr Liz Geriatrics Telehealth

We understand that there’s lots to absorb, and it can be overwhelming. Common areas include assistance on medications, diagnosing and managing dementia, balancing out behavior problems, referrals to care professionals, legal professionals, and financial professionals, among many more possibilities. Whatever is necessary to help your patients live their best lives – that’s what we’re there for. Schedule a session right now!