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Events at The Village at Rockville are renowned for bringing wonderful people together. From guest speakers that include CEOs, retirement planners and financial advisors, to special luncheons and musical performances, we offer daily options for fascinating, informative experiences and lively entertainment. We hope to see you soon!

The Village at Rockville Magnify Concert Series

February 23, 2017 – 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm

The Village at Rockville | 9701 Veirs Drive | Rockville, MD 20850

In partnership with Strathmore's Artist in Residence Program (AIR), The Village at Rockville is pleased to host the fourth concert of the series.

Nistha Raj, Hindustani fusion violin.

Nistha Raj transports to international audiences a rare, evocative and soothing sound of classical North Indian (Hindustani) music on the 5-string acoustic violin. A distinguished performer and teacher of Hindustani classical and Western classical violin in the Washington, DC community, Nistha is a versatile musician pursuing new horizons through a melding of tradition with contemporary innovation. Nistha's deep connection to Hindustani classical music began in childhood. In 2005, after being selected as the only American to receive a scholarship from the Indian Council for Cultural Relations, Nistha completed two years of intensive formal training at the Gandharva Maha Vidyalaya in New Delhi, India. In total, Nistha has over 20 years of classical violin training in the U.S. and India. She holds a BA in Music from the University of Houston and a MA in Arts Management from the George Mason University.

An Informational Community session will begin at 5pm with a wine and cheese reception at 5:30pm, and concert immediately following at 6:30 p.m.

Please RSVP online today, as seating is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.

For more information about The Village at Rockville, please call (301) 424-9560.


FREE CEU- Boundaries & Ethics With Older Adults Who Have Expierienced Trauma

March 11, 2017 – 9:00 am to 12:45 pm

Lang Hall | 9701 Veirs Dr.| Rockville, MD 20850

Registration begins at 9:00am/class is from 9:30am-12:45pm, continental breakfast will be provided.

SNOW DATE: 3/18/17

In this interactive seminar participants will gain a better understanding of the importance of clear boundaries with people who have experienced trama. We will work to understand what trauma is and the impact it can have on individuals and their families. We will pay attention to COMAR regulations and the Nursing/Social Work Code of Ethics and use it a guidance to offer the best and most ethical treatment to our patients. We will also discuss the pitfalls and diffulculties that arise when treating patients who have experienced trama.

Featured Speaker Lesa Lee - Lesa Lee received her BA at the University of Michigan in May, 1995 and her MSW at the University of Chicago in June, 1998. She has been practicing in outpatient clinics for over 16 years and specializes in Attachment and Trauma related problems. Lesa has obtained her level one trauma certificate from the University of Maryland and level two certificate for sensorimotor psychotherapy in March, 2015. She has presented for the National Association of Social Workers on trauma related topics. She is currently employed at For All Seasons, which is a rape/crisis center for the Midshore of Maryland. Lesa is the Clinical Director at Midshore where she supervises clinicians on Ethical issues as well as trauma informed care.

SPACE IS LIMITED

Please RSVP to sflowerswilliams@thevillageatrockville.org  or 301-354-8444 by March 8th, 2017.


The Village Lunch & Learn

March 14, 2017 – 11:00 am to 1:00 pm

Lang Hall | 9701 Veirs Dr.| Rockville, MD 20850

Please join us for a special luncheon and an informative learning session regarding our products, services and plans to build an independent living apartment building. We look forward to you visiting our community!

Please RSVP by March 10, to Stephanie Thomas 301-354-8446


The Village at Rockville Magnify Concert Series

April 27, 2017 – 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm

The Village at Rockville | 9701 Veirs Drive | Rockville, MD 20850

In partnership with Strathmore's Artist in Residence Program (AIR), The Village at Rockville is pleased to host the final concert in the series.

Patrick McAvinue, fiddle.

International Bluegrass Music Association Momentum Instrumentalist of the Year, Patrick is regarded as one of the most innovative and driven young fiddlers in the industry, able to translate the traditions of bluegrass into a fresh, eclectic, forward-thinking language of his own. A highly in-demand sideman, he has performed and recorded with bluegrass music icons Bobby Osborne, Del McCoury, Marty Stuart, Paul Williams and J.D. Crowe, to name a few. He and his fiddle have appeared at Carnegie Hall, The Kennedy Center, The Birchmere, The Country Ren-dez vous Festival in Crappone, FR, The U.S. Embassy in Quito, EC, Die Dreikönigskirche in Dresden, DE, The Koppernik Theatre in Prague, CZ and The Harrietville Bluegrass & Country Festival in Harrietville, AUS. Currently, Patrick tours with the acclaimed bluegrass super-group Audie Blaylock & Redline, the Baltimore-based traditional roots quartet Charm City Junction and is a featured recording artist for the Patuxent Music recording label. 

He holds a BM in Jazz Performance from Towson University, where he studied under the direction of renowned pianist Tim Murphy, trumpeter David Ballou and violinist Dr. Jeffrey Howard. Currently, Patrick resides in Baltimore, MD where he is a private music educator, teaching children and adults alike.

An Informational Community session will begin at 5pm with a wine and cheese reception at 5:30pm, and concert immediately following at 6:30 p.m.

Please RSVP online today, as seating is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.

For more information about The Village at Rockville, please call (301) 424-9560.


FREE CEU - Optimizing the Healthcare Experience for Patients: Improving Service & Clinical Outcomes

June 03, 2017 – 9:00 am to 12:45 pm

Lang Hall | 9701 Veirs Dr.| Rockville, MD 20850

Registration begins at 9am/class starts at 9:30am-12:45am, continental breakfast will be provided.

There is increasing evidence that good customer service not only pleases patients and caregivers but it is also highly linked to better clinical outcomes.  This interactive program will cover simple inexpensive ways to increase the level of customer service in a nursing home/rehab environment. It will specifically address how to implement these strategies with patients who have dementia, mental health conditions and personality disorders as well as those who are receiving rehab services. The program will also discuss ways to use humor and better bedside manner to increase satisfaction for family caregivers which will in turn increase better clinical outcomes for the patient.

Featured speaker - Cathy Brock, MA is an Associate Speaker with Jenerations Health Education, Inc. and has over 20 years experience in developing, designing and delivering innovative educational programs on diversity, leadership, problem-solving and human services. Her background also includes working for the Center for Civic Education training classroom teachers, both in the United States and abroad.

SPACE IS LIMITED

Please RSVP to sharonflowers-williams@thevillageatrockville.org or 301-354-8444 by May 31, 2017.


FREE CEU - Family Estrangements in Caregiving: Helping Families Cope

September 23, 2017 – 9:00 am to 12:45 pm

Lang Hall | 9701 Veirs Dr.| Rockville, MD 20850

Registration begins at 9am/class runs 9:30-12:45. Continental Breakfast will be provided.

Sadly, family estrangements happen frequently. Sometimes the rift occurs because of distance or misunderstandings. In other cases, there are more serious abandonment or betrayal issues involved. When family members begin caring for an elderly loved one, old hurts can bubble to the surface while new ones can develop. Step-family drama, adult sibling rivalry, martar syndrome, toxic parent/child relationaships from prior generations and dysfunctional family patterns will be explored. Family conflict, estrangement and social isolation can lead to and exacerbate physical and mental health problems for the caregiver. This down-to-earth discussion will focus on helping professionals guide family caregivers in identifying the best options for dealing with family estrangements while preserving their health and mental health and ensuring quality care for their older loved ones.

Featured Speaker - Ann Morrison

Ann has been working in the nursing field for almost 40 years.she is currently part of the core faculty of the Copper Ridge Institute, where she specializes in dementia education. Ann also serves as a clinical training consultant and develops custom curriculum design. Ann has also serves as a clinical training consultant and develops custom curriculum Development & Practicum through the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.

SPACE IS LIMITED:

Please RSVP to sharonflowers-williams@thevillageatrockville.org or 301-354-8444.


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