FCA Class

It Takes Two! A Refreshing Approach to Understanding and Coping with Dementia Behavior

 

This four week class offers new skills and tools for family caregivers who care for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or related dementias. In It Takes Two, you will:

· Learn more about your relative’s ability to understand and communicate

· Learn new skills to handle troubling behavior

· Feel more confident and positive about your caregiving role

 

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An Explorer's Guide to Understanding Dementia WEBINAR

FCA presents a webinar on real-life strategies for coping with dementia. Mary Hulme will describe her “Three Laws for Living with Dementia” while highlighting the importance of humor, creativity and experimentation in staying connected to anyone suffering from this illogical and vexing disease.

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There Must Be a Better Way Than This!

Communicating with a loved one who has Alzheimer’s disease or another dementia can be frustrating and disheartening. However, a few simple strategies can make caregiving easier and help you continue to feel connected to your loved one.

It Takes Two! A Refereshing Approach to Understanding and Coping

 

This four week class offers new skills and tools for family caregivers who care for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or related dementias. In It Takes Two, you will:

· Learn more about your relative’s ability to understand and communicate

· Learn new skills to handle troubling behavior

· Feel more confident and positive about your caregiving role

 

DATES/TIME:

 

It Takes Two! A Refreshing Approach to Understanding and Coping

 

This four week class offers new skills and tools for family caregivers who care for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or related dementias. In It Takes Two, you will:

· Learn more about your relative’s ability to understand and communicate

· Learn new skills to handle troubling behavior

· Feel more confident and positive about your caregiving role

 

DATES/TIME:

 

It Takes Two! A Refereshing Approach to Understanding and Coping

 

This four week class offers new skills and tools for family caregivers who care for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or related dementias. In It Takes Two, you will:

· Learn more about your relative’s ability to understand and communicate

· Learn new skills to handle troubling behavior

· Feel more confident and positive about your caregiving role

 

DATES/TIME:

 

It Takes Two! A Refereshing Approach to Understanding and Coping with Dementia Behavior

 

This four week class offers new skills and tools for family caregivers who care for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or related dementias. In It Takes Two, you will:

· Learn more about your relative’s ability to understand and communicate

· Learn new skills to handle troubling behavior

· Feel more confident and positive about your caregiving role

 

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Preserving Senior's Homes: Nuts & Bolts About Medi-Cal Recovery - Webinar

FCA presents a webinar on Medi-Cal benefits and protecting assets. Seniors sometimes hold back from claiming Medi-Cal coverage out of concern that, after they pass away, state collections might keep heirs from claiming the family home. Medi-Cal claims against estates are a real possibility but there are steps to take that may protect assets for a family's next generation.

Myths and rumors in this area keep too many seniors from obtaining needed benefits. Learn more about eligibility for Medi-Cal benefits and what asset protection steps may be available.

LGBT Older Adults and Dementia Care: A Consumer Perspective Webinar

FCA brings you a special webinar on dementia and the LGBT older adult population that is grounded in evidence-based literature, causal observation, and anecdotal experience from the perspective of someone with Alzheimer's in the LGBT community. The goal of this webinar is to highlight selective critical issues facing aging LGBT Dementia Consumers and offer concrete creative ideas to help improve dementia care.

Presenter: Lou A. Bordisso, Ed.D., LMFT:

Communicating and Advocating with Medical Professionals

It is quite likely that you as the family caregiver have found yourself gradually assuming, month-by month, the role of taking care of your loved one as dementia or other disabling illness has taken hold, and a first encounter with the health care system has left you confused and with a feeling of the system being very impersonal.

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