What Everyone Should Know About Memory Loss, Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia Communication. A special session for The Conkling Center.
Presented at the Aging Well Forum at SUNY Adirondack, Queensbury, New York, in October 2012 by Erin Bonitto, Founder and Lead Coach of Gemini Consulting, Inc.
Caring for a person with memory loss, dementia, or Alzheimer’s disease means you are paying attention to a lot of different things: what the professional caregivers want you to know; what the doctors want you to know; and what the “experts and authors” want you to know. This information session will help you re-focus on what the person with Alzheimer’s–Dementia wants you to know — and needs you to know.
A nationally acclaimed dementia educator, Erin Bonitto has been lauded in nearly 50 states for her entertaining style and down-to-earth wisdom. Erin is the Founder and Lead Coach of Gemini Consulting, Inc. Gemini is an education and coaching firm with a mission to help professional and personal caregivers master essential dementia communication skills. In this special presentation for family caregivers, Erin demonstrates specific skills for family members hoping to create meaningful connections with their loved one. Filled with humor and heartfelt understanding, this is the session for anyone whose family has been impacted by dementia.
Learn more about Erin at www.Gemini-Consulting.org.
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