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Comfort Matters is a dementia care education and research program dedicated to improving the quality of care and life for people with dementia.

Person-Centered Comfort Care

By 31st January, 2019 Comments Off

Person-Centered Comfort Care: An Organizational Approach

Person-Centered Comfort Care for People with Dementia: An Organizational Approach

Offered by leading experts from the Beatitudes Campus, Comfort Matters® Dementia Care Education Program.

Cutting edge dementia care and service, is your organization up to the challenge? Person-Centered Comfort Care for People with Dementia:  An Organizational Approach is an evidence-based course designed to assist healthcare leaders develop and implement a person-centered comfort care program in their organization.  The course uses organizational assessments and leadership exercises to assist participants in adapting their organizational culture to deliver positive outcomes for people with dementia, their families and staff.

Tailored specifically for Executive Directors, Administrators, Nursing Directors, Social Work Directors and Assisted Living Directors.

Monday-Tuesday, April 29-30, 2019

12 total hours

$500 per person and CEUs are available

Beatitudes Campus
Elaine’s Fine Dining
1610 West Glendale Avenue
Phoenix, Arizona 85021

Person-Centered Comfort Care for People with Dementia
gave me the tools I needed to create comfort for the members of my community.”


“I can’t thank you enough for this course,
I didn’t know how valuable comfort is for people with dementia”

Register For Person-Centered Comfort Care

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Comfort Matters presents at Pioneer Network Annual Conference

By 1st August, 2016 Updates No Comments

Three of the Comfort Matters partners from New York City; Isabella Geriatric Center, Cobble Hill Nursing Home, and The New Jewish Home, along with  Comfort Matters were selected to give one of the Half-Day Intensive programs at the recent Pioneer Network Annual Conference in New Orleans.  Tena Alonzo, (Director of Education and Research at Beatitudes Campus and Comfort Matters), Karen Mitchell, (Nurse Educator for Comfort Matters), Karen Harper, (Community Director and Dementia Coordinator for Isabella), Deidre Downs, (Corporate Director for Social Work and Supportive Care for Isabella), Robert Herel, (Director of Social Work at Cobble Hill), Liza Long, (Dementia Care Unit Manager at Cobble Hill), and Sharon Blake, (Dementia Coordinator at The New Jewish Home), all took part in presenting to more than 150 conference attendees the program of “Supporting Well-Being for the Person with Dementia: It Begins with Comfort”.  Along with the presentation, attendees received copies of, the recently published, “Palliative Care for People with Dementia: Why Comfort Matters in Long-Term Care” produced by “CaringKind: The Heart of Alzheimer’s Caregiving” of New York City.