Coping with the Unique Challenges of Adults with Brain Disease: A Caregiver’s Workshop
Family and friends of patients with all types of brain disorders often struggle with similar issues in caring for their loved ones. In this free workshop, caregivers will receive practical information from nurses, physicians, and
other professionals on caring for patients with illnesses that affect the brain, including brain tumors, Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, and injuries to the brain caused by trauma or stroke.
- Effects of Brain Disease on Loved Ones and Our Relationships
- Caring for those with Neurological Impairments
- Mindfulness based Stress Reduction: Less Stress, Better Care
- Expressive Art
- Yoga and Meditation
- Values-based Living
- Fitting in Fitness
- Caregiver Panels and Support Groups
The workshop is free with a light breakfast and lunch included. Complimentary chair massage on a first-come first-serve basis. Parking is free.
Space is limited. Please register early by calling the Caregiver Program at (415) 514.5674.
Location: Fisher Banquet Room
Mission Bay Conference Center
1675 Owens Street, San Francisco