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Audio Conference


Cost: None.

Registration

Register online below or to register by mail or fax, click here to download form.

Dates and time: 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Program
Day
Register
Your Way: How to Find Dignity and Choice When Considering Professional Care Tuesday, October 14, 2014 [ click here ]
Legal and Financial Considerations for Older Adults: Dotting Your ‘i’s and Crossing Your ‘t’s Tuesday, November 11, 2014 [ click here ]
Mindful Caregiving: Being Intentional for Yourself and Your Loved One Tuesday, December 9, 2014 [ click here ]

Listen to past Audio Conferences

Program and Date
Listen
Alzheimer's Preparedness [ click here ]
Asking for Help [ click here ]
Beyond Computers and Internet Technology [ click here ]
Beyond Medication - Non Medical Therapies to Enhance Quality of Life [ click here ]
Family Dynamics - What is Your Role? [ click here ]
Healthy Aging [ click here ]
Music Activities [ click here ]
Planning a Suceesful Day with a Person with Alzheimer's [ click here ]

Description:
Are you too busy to attend an educational program? Audio Conference is designed for those who aren’t able to attend a program outside the home or office.

Once registered, you will receive through the e-mail, a toll free telephone number with instructions. On the day of the conference you will call-in and join many others who are seeking the latest information on memory loss.

Your Way: How to Find Dignity and Choice When Considering Professional Care
Tami Wacker, Operations Manager and Regional Ombudsman, East Central Illinois Area Agency on Aging
Making the decision to accept outside help is never an easy one, and people are often surprised to learn of the many care options that are available. Join us as we discuss the various levels of care that can be brought into the home or found in the community. You will also learn strategies to make informed decisions about care and how to build realistic expectations.
Legal and Financial Considerations for Older Adults: Dotting Your ‘i’s and Crossing Your ‘t’s
John Lafond, Attorney at Law, Senior Staff Attorney—Land of Lincoln Legal Assistance Foundation
Planning for our legal and financial future is something we all should do, but too easily push to another day. If someone you care about has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, legal and financial planning is more important than ever. Participants will learn what issues need to be considered, and how to put those plans in place, no matter your income level.
Mindful Caregiving: Being Intentional for Yourself and Your Loved One
Richard Apple, LCSW—Senior Manager, Care Navigation Alzheimer’s Association, Greater Illinois Chapter
As the end of the year approaches, it seems the stress level gets higher and higher. Join us to learn ways to be mindful and intentional in your efforts to avoid burnout while continuing to feel good about the care you are providing. Specific strategies and techniques will be shared that can assist you in day-to-day caregiving.

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