Hickory – Why do our loved ones who are affected by dementia exhibit what we call difficult behaviors? It could be the way they are trying to communicate.
Before we, as caregivers, can understand what our loved one is trying to communicate, we must first understand the disease process. What are they truly experiencing which causes the behaviors? Once we understand the disease process then we can learn to communicate with success as we move forward.
On Tuesday, December 10, 2019 at 5:30 p.m. guest speaker Julie Cook-Walker, Director of Dementia Care, Affinity Living Group will present Redirecting: Strategies for Dealing with Challenging Dementia Symptoms and Difficult Behaviors/Managing Symptoms of Alzheimer’s and other Age-Related Types of Dementia. Presentation will be located at Mt. Olive Lutheran Church, 2780 N. Center Street, Hickory, NC.
For more information about ACAP, visit us at: www.acaphickory.org
ACAP Hickory provides information, resources, support and community for adult-child caregivers as they care for their aging parents and for themselves. Free educational programs are offered the 2nd Tuesday of each month, 5:30-7:00 p.m. Unless otherwise noted, ACAP meets in the Fellowship Hall of Mt. Olive Lutheran Church, 2780 N. Center Street, Hickory, NC.
Although designed for adult-child caregivers of aging parents, ACAP programs are open to all who are interested.
ACAP Hickory is a local chapter of ACAPcommunity, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.