Dealing with Dementia Workshop

Virtual

This is a free, online event presented by the James L. West Center for Dementia Care. RSVP by calling 817-877-1199.  Do you need help in these areas?  Understanding Dementia Managing […]

Avoiding the Potholes of the Dementia Journey

Virtual

Most of us have heard about the stages of dementia and how they impact the one for whom you are caring. This presentation will focus on how caregivers of persons […]

Communicating with Health Care Providers in the Office

Virtual

Effective communication with healthcare providers is essential for the health of care receivers. The family caregiver needs to ensure that the time in often short office visits is used wisely. […]

Tenants’ Rights Clinic

Virtual

FREE Virtual Tenants' Rights CLINIC: Join us to get your housing questions answered This is a free, online event for family members and professionals. RSVP here: https://bit.ly/3tWYfvI Hosted by: North […]

Caregiving with Loss and Trauma

Virtual

Trauma does not go away because you are a caregiver. Join Dr. Natalee Oliver, DSW as she shares how compounding grief and loss from caregiving with trauma can evoke additional […]

Voices of Alzheimer’s with Jim Taylor

Virtual

Join Jim Taylor, President and CEO of Voices of Alzheimer’s as he describes his journey of being a caregiver to his wife Geri since 2012 and the rewards and “burdens” […]

Does a Trust Make Sense in Texas?

Virtual

This is a free, online event for family members and professionals. RSVP here: https://bit.ly/3tWcssQ Hosted by: North Central Texas Area Agency on Aging & Rex Hogue, Attorney Funded, in part, […]

Resources for People Moving Out of Rehab or Nursing Home

Virtual

This is a free, online event for family members and professionals. RSVP here: https://bit.ly/496oe2m Hosted by: North Central Texas Area Agency on Aging  Funded, in part, by Texas Health and […]

Alzheimer’s Association – Annual Black Caregiver Seminar

TCC South Campus, Student Center 5301 Campus Drive, Fort Worth, TX, United States

Among Black Americans ages 70 and older, 21.3% are living with Alzheimer's but strides are being made in our understanding of the disease and tools for slowing or preventing cognitive decline. Join us […]


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