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Structuring Your Life With Alzheimer’s: A How-To Guide

TUE FEB 13, 2018
» 12-1 PM CST, 1-2 PM EST

When her husband Michael was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease, Cheryl Levin-Folio learned how to structure their lives in an effort to fight the disease every step of the way. Dial in to learn the specific strategies that have helped to maximize the quality of life for both Michael and for Cheryl.


Coconut Oil, Vitamins and Alzheimer’s: What Really Works?

TUE MAR 13, 2018
» 12-1 PM CST, 1-2 PM EST

There are plenty of theories surrounding what causes Alzheimer’s disease, and even more on ways to treat dementia symptoms. In a time when so many options are available, how do you make the right choices for your loved one? Learn from a physician what methods of treatment are approved for use and how to access them.


Hearing Loss and Dementia: What are the Connections?

TUE APR 10, 2018
» 12-1 PM CST, 1-2 PM EST

Hearing loss is associated with poor cognition and a progression to mild cognitive impairment, a condition that can be a precursor to Alzheimer’s disease. Join us as we learn from a doctor of audiology what we can do to protect our hearing and what is being learned about the connection between hearing loss and dementia.


Caregiver Bootcamp: How Person-Centered Care Changes Everything

TUE MAY 8, 2018
» 12-1 PM CST, 1-2 PM EST

A person with Alzheimer’s disease or another dementia is a person, first and foremost. Sadly, in many settings they are treated as a ‘patient’ that represents a to-do list for caregivers. Whether it is professional caregivers or family members, it is easy to fall into this role of box checking instead of dealing with the person with dementia. Dial in to learn how person-centered care will improve the quality of life for both the caregiver and the person with dementia.


How You Say It: Making Matters Worse (or Better) By How You Communicate

TUE JUN 12, 2018
» 12-1 PM CST, 1-2 PM EST

Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias cause changes in the person’s ability to communicate. Understanding these challenges and adjusting our communication patterns can make all the difference in the world for both caregivers and those with dementia. Dial in to learn some simple rules of thumb to communicate more effectively, both verbally and nonverbally.



Last Updated on April 28, 2020

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