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Also available on demand July 13 – Sept. 8, 2024

Securing Support for Those Who are High Risk for Hospital Readmissions

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Includes one complimentary Continuing Education (CE) credit. 

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Among the older adult population, there is a complex landscape of high-risk factors that can contribute to hospital readmissions. Join this webinar to explore strategies for securing support systems, particularly for individuals navigating five types of risk factors: memory issues, frequent falls, living alone, managing multiple chronic conditions, and multiple medications. Learn how to identify, address, and mitigate these high-risk factors to foster an environment that reduces the likelihood of hospital readmissions.

Participants in this webinar will be able to:

  • Understand the prevalence of readmissions among older adults.
  • Identify five common high-risk factors that can increase readmissions.
  • Learn about securing supports that can help those at high risk of readmissions.
  • Discover resources to help reduce the risk of readmissions.


Lakelyn EichenbergerLakelyn Eichenberger, PhD, is a gerontologist and caregiving advocate for Honor and Home Instead, the world’s largest provider of home care. She began her career in a local Home Instead, working one-on-one with older adults. Today she works to educate professionals, families and communities on the unique challenges older adults face and the resources available to help them thrive. Eichenberger earned a doctorate in Gerontology from the University of Nebraska. She has spoken nationally and internationally on the topic of caregiving and aging and serves as a resource to major media.