Dementia Caregiving: Providing Care With a Kaleidoscope of Possibilities

What if you could learn a simple tool that’s completely easy to do that would change the course of your day for the better? That would be amazing, right? Then you won’t want to miss the upcoming Successful Aging conference for Dementia caregivers. Attend this FREE conference and you can discover fresh perspectives and innovative approaches to caregiving for your loved ones.

By attending this conference, you’ll go home with 5 new approaches to everyday situations that you have the ability to actually control in this journey with dementia.

At this FREE conference, you will…
 ✔️ experience the impact of how choosing specific verbiage and techniques can significantly de-escalate anxiety and angst keeping connection positive
✔️  learn how to connect better with your partner when you have different expectations for what happens next
✔️  discover how to continue a conversation vs. allowing an opportunity for an argument
✔️  feel the power music has for decreasing both emotional discomfort and accomplishing tasks

Join Successful Aging Az for their 5th Annual Conference on Dementia Caregiving!  
🗓 Thursday, February 29, 2024
⏰ 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. 
📍Sun Lakes United Methodist Church, Lindsay Hall, 9248 E. Riggs Road, Sun Lakes

Conference Speakers:

Elaine Poker-Yount Visiting Angels EV / Successful Aging Az
Changing the Things We Can Change
When providing care, understanding both what our loved one with dementia is experiencing, and learning what we actually have the ability to control, our approach to care will come from a brand-new perspective. Not only will you discover what you can change and adapt, you’ll find out how to do it – better, easier and with less frustration.

Michelle Cornelius – Hospice of the Valley
Avoiding Conflict using Skills Learned from Improv
Living in the reality of a person with dementia can be a challenge when their view of the world is different from ours. Using “Yes, and” skills adapted from improv can help validate their feelings and experiences without agreeing. Come learn how to understand and respond without causing a conflict in this interactive session.

Amanda Marcum – Hospice of the Valley
How Music Changes the Way We View Our World
Dementia effects minds but music touches hearts. Music provides comfort and familiarity in distressing situations by offering the brain a pleasant alternative. Music can facilitate desired outcomes including relaxation, decreased agitation, and meaningful connection. Learn how to create personalized music experiences that can make life easier.

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