Creating Confident Caregivers is a program for family members caring for a loved one with dementia and/or memory loss. Two-hour sessions are held once a week for six weeks and lead by a dementia care specialist. In this program, caregivers will learn dementia and its effects on the brain, caregiver resources in Region 5, managing behaviors, improving caregiving skills, how to handle everyday activities more easily, and taking care of yourself to better care for your loved one!
An Update on Alzheimer’s Disease- Hope and Heartache
November 13, 2019
Registration: 11:30 AM
Conference: Noon – 3 PM
Dr. Cara Leahy – Keynote Speaker
Dr. Leahy, Director for Cognitive Disorders at Memorial Healthcare, works extensively with a variety of disciplines to provide a comprehensive approach to memory loss and dementia. She is passionate about utilizing all available resources to create the safest and most robust environment possible.
- Community Levels of Care
- Legal Issues
- Caregiver Peace of Mind
Hospice Volunteers will provide activities for your loved one while you attend the conference. Reservations required due to limited space.
Please call 810-732-9030
Refreshments will be provided.
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