Reduce Conflict When Assisting a Person with Dementia

There Has to Be a Better Way!

Thurs, Oct 22 • 1-3 pm
Online via Zoom or Phone registration is still available
In-person option at Trailside is FULL

Have you ever had a hard time connecting with a family member or friend who is living with changes in their memory? As a person’s cognitive impairment progresses, communication can become more and more challenging. Join us to learn how to break through barriers and continue to have a meaningful connection, despite memory and behavior changes. Billie Ritter, RN, Health Education Coordinator at Senior Services, will address common dementia behaviors caregivers encounter, consider the potential causes, and offer suggestions on how to deal with them. Come join the discussion.

Class will be offered in-person and via Zoom/Phone simultaneously. In-person limited to the first 10 who request that option, with mask, temperature check, screening form, and physical distancing required during class. The class will also be broadcast live on Zoom and phone call-in.
Reserve your spot below or by calling 989-633-3700.

*For all caregiver classes, if you are caring for another person and are not previously registered with Senior Services as a caregiver, please plan to arrive 15 minutes early to fill out a brief form. Call 633-3700 to register. Respite scholarships may be available. If requesting respite care, notify when registering.


Reduce Conflict When Assisting a Person with Dementia

  • Online classes are limited to those living in Midland County, MI.
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  • You will receive a confirmation email once you are registered. If you do not receive a confirmation, please call 989-633-3700 for assistance. Our classes require participants to wear a face mask, practice physical distancing, and cancel if they become sick. Health and safety are very important to us while facilitating in-person programs.