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Dementia Dialogues Series: Connecting Caregivers to Experts in Dementia Care

When:

Third Wednesday of each month, noon–1 p.m. (MST)

Topics:

The Dementia Dialogue Series: Sentiments and Situations requiring Solutions offers a new, timely topic each month. The Dementia Dialogue Series parallels the monthly BAI Beacon newsletter and expands upon important topics that our readers have requested. Peruse our 2017 webinars below.

How to join:

To participate in the webinars, please register online before the scheduled webinar using the links below. After registration, you'll receive a confirmation email with a link and details to access the webinar. On the day of the webinar, join us online to learn from experts in dementia care and receive answers to your questions.

For those who do not have access to the internet and would like to participate in the audio version via telephone, please contact Veronica Flores for the phone number and access code. Each webinar is archived and made available online for easy reference anytime.

Contact: Veronica Conner at (623) 832-3248 or by email

If you miss a webinar: 

If you miss a Dementia Dialogue, no worries! A recording of every Dementia Dialogue is available approximately 48 hours after the webinar at Archived Webinars.

Technical help:       

If you experience technical difficulties when logging on for a webinar, please call the Citrix technical team at (888) 259-8414.

2017 Dementia Dialogue Webinar Series 

When:

November 15, 2017, noon–1 p.m. (Mountain Standard Time) 

Topic:

Facing Financial Issues: Is the Rainy Day Here?

Description: 

Most people plan to live independently until the end; but with dementia that is unrealistic. Most families are not aware or prepared for the high costs of care over an extended illness like dementia. This Dialogue reviews the logistics of how to plan and pay for care over the course of the disease.

Join us:

Register now

 

When:

December 20, 2017, noon–1 p.m. (Mountain Standard Time) 

Topic:

Visiting Notes for Families

Description: 

Primary caregivers for people with dementia often report feelings of being overwhelmed, loneliness and social isolation as family members and friends seem to disappear. This Dialogue explores how to stay connected to friends and family and how you can teach them that their presence can offer a connection for the person with dementia and a break for you.

Join us:

Register now