Making a Difference in Dementia Care

Posted on 05/23/24 by David Kalinoski

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There is no one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to dementia. Each family or person needs to decide what works best for their loved one and their own situation. Learning more about the disease can open up new opportunities for family caregivers to connect with their loved ones.

AARP is helping to sponsor a FREE seminar on making a difference in the lives of people with dementia. Join us and other local organizations to learn about some practical tips on supporting your loved one living with dementia. AARP will be one of several panelists and exhibitors on hand to share our caregiving resources. Bring your questions!

Thursday, June 20, 2024

8:00 am – 1:30 pm

Church of the Open Door - West York Campus

8 Carlisle Court

York, PA 17408

To attend in person, email the organizers now to save your spot! For more information, call 717-843-1504.

This training is designed for family caregivers and is also suitable for service providers and professionals. Whether you're just starting on this journey or have been caring for a loved one with dementia for years, you will learn valuable insights to help make a difference in their lives.

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