Monday, August 27, 2012

Information About Upcoming Webinar for Caregivers of Loved Ones with Alzheimer's & Dementia

If you are a caregiver helping a loved one cope with Alzheimer’s or dementia, you are not alone. Over 15 million family members throughout North America provide some level of Alzheimer’s or dementia care. In observance of Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, Home Care Assistance will be hosting a free webinar on Wednesday, September 12th at 11 AM Pacific, 2 PM Eastern to help educate family caregivers on effective communication techniques and practical tips for managing the evolving needs of a loved one with dementia. By being proactive and identifying potential problems that dementia sufferers may encounter, caregivers can better provide for their safety and wellbeing.

The webinar will feature renowned dementia expert Dr. Judith London, a licensed psychologist with over two decades of experience in the field of Alzheimer's and related dementia research and the author of Connecting the Dots: Breakthroughs in Communication as Alzheimer's Advances. To register for the webinar, please visit and reserve your spot today.

"We’re so excited to have Dr. London speak to our audience of thousands of family caregivers,” said Lily Sarafan, President of Home Care Assistance. “Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s can be a physically and emotionally trying experience. Providing public education to reduce caregiver burnout and improve quality of life is clearly in line with our mission to change the way the world ages."

September’s webinar on the topics of Alzheimer’s and dementia is the third installment in Home Care Assistance’s Healthy Longevity Webinar Series. The series brings experts from a diverse spectrum of health and wellness fields to the company’s clients and the wider community in an engaging and informative format.  The premise driving the webinar series is that individuals who are well-informed will make better health decisions, become active partners with their healthcare professionals in promoting their own health and encourage loved ones to also engage in healthy lifestyle behaviors. The webinars are offered free to the public as part of our broader education initiative, through which we actively provide information and resources around topics related to aging, wellness and quality of life.


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  2. I have been wondering what is in home care. I have been looking at places to help with my grandmother out. We have never had to look into this type of service before so I don't really know what to expect or do.

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  3. Wow nice campaign for Alzheimer's or Dementia patents. I hope caregivers were well learned about these disease.
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  4. I'm glad that there are webinars offered for people who are taking home caregivers of loved ones with dementia. It's comforting to know that I'm not the only one. It's been difficult taking care of my dad since he started showing signs of dementia. Having information about how to better take care of him would be very helpful.

  5. I think that it would be very difficult to care for someone with Alzheimer's. I'm glad that there people who are willing to do it. Before she died, my grandma had a home care assistant. She was very helpful to my grandma.

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