The list below includes all Live Meetings scheduled (including those that have ended).
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Someone with dementia will help you understand dementia from their perspective – how it feels, the challenges they face and how they maintain hope. You will also be introduced to the concept of person-centered care and learn about healthy life style choices for people with dementia.
A lawyer will discuss legal issues and estate administration so you will know what is needed when death occurs.
Palliative care nurses will explain what to expect in the end stage of dementia and how to provide comfort to someone who is near the end of life.
Please join us as Sally Knocker shares ideas on what is working in the UK in supporting families to bring out the best in each other when living with dementia. Join us to see, feel and understand how the UK’s ‘Butterfly moments’ can create meaningful ways to connect, reach and occupy people to live well with their experience of a dementia.
This informative session by Dr. Adrian Wagg and Kathleen Hunter, RN will help you understand issues of urinary and fecal incontinence for someone living with dementia at different stages of the disease process. This session will answer questions why this occurs, management options including continence productions and medication and address the question of whether incontinence is the “deal breaker” that leads people to placement. Join us on October 27, 2015 at 7pm.
Please join us for our first live meeting! Dr. David Sheard presents on understanding the real meaning of person centred care and know if your health care professional and/or care community is really person centred. *Please note that the start time is 7:00PM Alberta/MT time.