There Must be a Better Way Than This!

There Must be a Better Way Than This! Offers tips for understanding and communicating with someone affected by dementia. Losing the ability to communicate can be one of the most frustrating and difficult challenges for people with dementia. As caregivers, we're often at a loss as to how to talk with and respond to a loved one affected by dementia. This 1-day workshop teaches you new strategies to handle difficult behaviors and how to remain connected with your family member.

Se Necesitan Dos

Comparta con nosotros esta clase de 4 semanas (un dia cada semana) especialmente desarrollada para cuidadores de adultos con la enfermedad de Alzheimer y otras demencias relacionadas. Venga preparado para buena compania, algunas risas, informacion y comunicacion.

La Salud Para Los Cuidadores Familiares

Alzheimer's Association, Family Caregiver Alliance y OnLok Lifeways presentan este evento: es gratis se ofrecerá en español. Se ofrecerá un desayuno ligero.
Temas del taller:
    •    Introducioón a la demencia y problemas de la memoria
    •    Nutricion y estilo de vida saludable en el cuidador
    •    Manejo del estres en el cuidador

It Takes Two

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

This is a free, 4-week class (one day a week for 4 consecutive weeks) to help the caregiver of someone with memory loss better understand and communicate with their family member by learning more about their ability to understand and communicate. Caregivers will learn new ways to respond to troubling behavior, and feel more confident and positive about their caregiving role. Come prepared for good company, laughter, information and communication.

Alive! Art and Alzheimer's

Alive! Art and Alzheimer's is a collaborative project between a professional artist and Senior Access Adult Day Care Program. It engages program participants in expressive art activities.


Senior Access Adult Day Care Program

Non profit Adult Day Care Program supports older adults with Alzheimer's disease and their families through social, physical, cultural and educational activities.


San Rafael, CA

How does it work?

Herramientas Para Cuidadores (Alzheimer's Association)

Herramientas para Cuidadores is a psychoeducational training series teaching coping skills to distressed Latino caregivers of someone with Alzheimer's disease in order to improve the quality of life of the caregiver and the quality of care for the person with dementia.


The Alzheimer's Association, Northern California

Creative Connections: Innovative Training and Support for Caregivers of Persons with Dementia

The program teams up students from the University of Virginia Schools of Education, Nursing and Medicine with families dealing with Alzheimer's disease in the community. The students provide assistance in adapting the environment to becoming appropriate for the person with dementia.


Alzheimer's Association Central & Western Virginia

Montessori-based Activity Program

The Montessori Program at Family and Children's Services' Adult Day Services at West End Place studies the impact of using the Montessori Method with adults with mild to moderate dementia.


Family and Children's Services of Central Maryland, Inc.

Quality Improvement in Dementia Care

This pilot project provides caregivers of dementia patients a separate time for education and support with a dementia counselor during the patients' clinic visits. Follow-up counseling for the caregiver is also available.


Central Arkansas Veterans HealthCare System

Apoyos Para Los Cuidadores (Support for the Caregivers)

The program offers support services to family caregivers of adults with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias. Participants of this program are residents of Taos County and come from rural, low-income and diverse, predominantly Latino, communities. Apoyos Para Los Cuidadores is the 2008 recipient of The Rosalinde Gilbert Innovations in Alzheimer's Disease Caregiving Legacy Award, Diverse/Multicultural Communities Category.


Chesed Project/Taos Jewish Center


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