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WICHITA FALLS HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION

Events

Mark your calendars for wonderful networking and informative guest speakers

We are often able to provide CEUs for those wishing to keep up certifications!

Register each month no later than noon the Friday prior to the luncheon.
Lunch is provided. The cost is $10 for members and FREE for first time guests! Guests joining us after their first visit will be charged $15 for lunch.

A reservation made is a reservation paid unless cancelled before noon on the Friday before the event.


Upcoming events

    • 10 Jul 2018
    • 11:45 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Vernon College - Century City Center, Room 602, 4105 Maplewood, Wichita Falls, Texas 76308
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     The July 2018 meeting of the Wichita Falls HR Management Association (WFHRMA) will be:

    Tuesday, July 10, 2018 

    11:45 AM to 1:00 PM
     
    Vernon College
    Century City Center
    *** Room 602 *** 
    4105 Maplewood Ave
    Wichita Falls, TX

     

    As always, lunch will be provided.  
    The cost is $10 for members and FREE for first time guests! Guests joining us after their first visit will be charged $15 for lunch.

    Guest Speaker: Susan Gross 
     
    Topic: Alzheimer's in the Workplace
     
      
    Program Description: “10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s Disease: Early Detection Matters”
    • Understanding Dementia
    • Dispelling dementia myths
    • What’s the difference between typical age-related changes and 10 warning signs of Alzheimer’s/dementia
    • What to do if there is concern
    • How to get a diagnosis and from whom
    • Why early detection is so important to everyone concerned
               
       

    Speaker Biography:   

    Susan Gross, M.A., LPC

    Education and Family Care Specialist

    Alzheimer’s Association’s North Central Texas Chapter

    Sue Gross is a 2012 MSU graduate with a Master’s in Clinical Psychology and Counseling, whose graduate dementia research was published in a 2013 edition of the “Dementia International Journal.”  She has been a Licensed Professional Counselor since 2015. 

    After a year as a geriatric therapist in Bowie, Sue is now in her fifth year with the Alzheimer’s Association’s, Wichita Falls Office as their Education and Family Care Specialist.  Sue is scheduled every semester as a lecturer on dementia at Midwestern State University’s psychology, sociology, social working and nursing departments.  Besides community education, she supports and counsels family caregivers facing the daunting task of caring for loved ones living with any form of dementia.


    RSVP no later than noon Friday, July 6, 2018. 

     A reservation made is a reservation paid unless cancelled before noon on the Friday before the event.
      

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