Caring for Relatives with Alzheimer's Conference Calls
September 11, 2007: 8:30 AM - 10:00 PM
This event consists of five 45-minute conference calls on the topic of caring for a relative with Alzheimer’s. Register to hear from University of Chicago Medical Center physicians, industry professionals and fellow alumni how you can help your relative with Alzheimer’s live more comfortably and safely. Each 45-minute call has a different guest speaker who will share practical and affordable ways to help your loved one, especially when they live far away and you have limited time. Also learn about government and local resources that may simplify your role as a caretaker. Many of the topics apply to any chronic disease and everyone is welcome to register, so please forward this invite to family and friends who may benefit. The first call begins on Tuesday, September 11th and there will be one call each of the following weeks.
NY, New York
Topics for each of the 5 calls:
Call #1: “Finding Community Resources And Planning Care For Your Relative With Alzheimer’s.”
Call #2: “Strategies For Communicating With A Relative Who Has Alzheimer’s.”
Call #3: “Working Together With A Home Care Agency To Provide Care For The Elderly With Alzheimer’s.”
Call #4: “Identifying Symptoms In Relatives With Advanced Dementia And Determining What You Can Do To Help.”
Call #5: “Treating Alzheimer's: Current And Future Therapies.”
Date: First call begins on Tuesday, September 11th at 8:30 a.m. EST with one call per week.
Logistics: Dial-in details will be provided 2 days in advance of each call.
For more details visit the discussion community for this series at www.HomecarePampering.com
Corporate Sponsor: GE Healthcare Financial Services, a provider of capital, financial solutions, and related services for the global healthcare market.
$19.95 includes dial-in for all five conference calls and access to downloadable digital recordings of each. All registration fees will go to the alumni club through which you register –please support your club!