Often we don’t know how best to help a family affected by Alzheimer’s or another dementia related disease. Frequently caregivers are unsure how to ask for help or what assistance to even ask for.
Understanding Alzheimer’s and dementia is the first step to being able to help a family affected by these diseases. During National Family Caregivers Month, join us virtually for a brief overview of Alzheimer’s and dementia and the challenges caregivers may face followed by a panel discussion exploring tips for how to help a family and caregiver.
Our panelists will share what has helped them when caring for a mother, a wife, and a husband with younger onset Alzheimer’s and help us to build our toolkits to care for the caregiver.
Angela Burrow, Certified Dementia Care Trainer & Community Educator
Janet Kocal, Community Educator
Kathy Garner, Faith Ambassador
Charles Elligson, FTD Support Group Facilitator
Kathy Rausch, Community Educator, Advocate, and Caregiver
Thursday, November 18
10:00 – 11:15 AM
Register online or by calling 800.272.3900.
Participants will be given the option of joining via video/webinar or through a toll-free number. Registration is required, and registrants will be sent conferencing details prior to the date of the program.