Interactive Evidence-Based Workshops Available to teach effective tools for self-managing your condition. Learn to LIVE WELL and improve your self-care. You can regain motivation, and may even reduce healthcare costs.
Creating Confident Caregivers is a FREE 6-week class that can help reduce your caregiving stress by:
Improving your confidence as a caregiver, helping you create a positive caregiving environment, learning how to manage and redirect challenging behaviors, sharing ideas for daily activities for your loved one based on their strengths, and learning to take better care of yourself so you can provide good care for your loved one.
Visit our Living Well Program page to learn more about current workshops being offered.
Designed to help improve skills and confidence for people taking care of someone at home with dementia or Alzheimer’s. This program helps caregivers understand the effects of dementia on the brain, learn how to communicate and create a positive caregiving environment, understand how to manage or redirect challenging behavior, and provide meaningful daily activities. A Webinar Series that meets 1.5 per week for 3 weeks.
The goal for the Dealing with Dementia workshop is for Alzheimer’s and dementia family caregivers to gain a better understanding of dementia, utilize strategies to effectively manage dementia behaviors, and develop habits of stress management and self-care. Caregivers who attend this 4-hour workshop will receive a copy of the new Dealing with Dementia Guide, with over 300 pages of information and solutions to problems caregivers face every day.
POWERFUL TOOLS FOR CAREGIVERS will benefit you whether you are helping a parent, spouse, friend or someone who lives at home, in a nursing home, or across the country. This workshop focuses on self-care for you, the caregiver. The workshop will not focus on specific diseases or hands-on care.
Dementia Friends USA is a nationwide movement changing the way people think, act, and talk about dementia. By incorporating Dementia Friends into open, accessible communities, those living with dementia and those who care about them continue to be active participants in the communities in which they reside.
Our knowledgeable Options Counselors work with individuals and families to explore all programs and services available in the region, as well as provide warm hand-offs to agencies who can help with resources and information outside our region.