A Caregiver’s Life Jacket for Veterans Living with Alzheimer’s Disease

Taking care of a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or another dementia can be challenging for anyone, and caregivers often feel that they have been thrown into the deep end without a life jacket! For veterans, already dealing with unique issues related to their service, finding that life-line may feel even more difficult. Join us for this four-part series focused on challenges that caregivers may face every day, with a special emphasis on issues unique to veterans. We will include discussion on the latest research surrounding veterans and increased risk factors for developing dementia, and provide resources available to help veterans and their families.

This was a four-part series that took place earlier this year. Recordings to all sessions are available below.

INTO THE DEEP END: VETERANS AND CAREGIVING SERIES
11:00 AM – 12:30 PM

Part 1: Understanding Alzheimer’s and Dementia | Watch Recording

Part 2: Changes in Communication, Relationships and Personal Care | Watch Recording

Part 3: Addressing Challenging Behaviors & Home Safety | Watch Recording

Part 4: Planning Ahead: Options for Care and Caregiver Needs | Watch Recording


MORE INFORMATION OR TO REGISTER:

  • Online via links above
  • By Phone: 800.272.3900
  • Submit your info to receive updates about this series.

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