About this Event
Part 1: Exploring Dementia – Assessing the Topography of Cognitive Thinking. Learn how the brain functions, what changes are expected as we age, and what signals indicate more serious cognitive decline. At the end of this session, participants will be equipped to perform a DIY assessment of cognitive changes in themselves or a loved one. This webinar is for individuals who are curious about dementia, especially those with concerns about their own cognitive health or that of someone they love. Sessions are facilitated by Cloud Conrad.
Register for part 1 at https://bit.ly/2R86voO
The series continues on June 7 and July 12.
Part 2: Charting the Course – A Dementia Caregivers Primer
Monday, June 7
Part 3: Navigating Unfamiliar Terrain – How to Overcome Dementia’s Symptom Related Behaviors
Monday, July 12
Register at https://bit.ly/2PBSxv4
This webinar is part of a month-long series hosted by Athens Community Council on Aging’s Center for Active Living, titled “Essential Resources for Adult Children with Aging Parents.” Visit https://www.accaging.org/services/health-wellness/center-for-active-living/big-read/.
This event is also a part of The NEA Big Read, featuring Roz Chast's graphic memoir Can't We Talk about Something More Pleasant? To check more events of this series, please check https://coe.uga.edu/events/big-read.
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