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Participate in a fun and interactive webinar to learn more about Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia

14 Aug

Sexuality, Intimacy, and Dementia (For Care Partners) – ALZeducate

2024-07-14T04:43:06-04:00


This workshop identifies and differentiates intimacy and sexuality, highlights changes for the person living with dementia and their partner, supports participants to understand sexual behaviours in dementia and offers strategies to help manage sexual behaviours.


For Family and Friends of people living with dementia.



To REGISTER: Go to our online learning site at www.alzeducate.ca

 
Step 1: Create an Account/Login
 
Step 2: Select Education and then select the intended audience of the presentation
 
Step 3: Enrol in the webinar
 

 

Sexuality, Intimacy, and Dementia (For Care Partners) – ALZeducate2024-07-14T04:43:06-04:00
23 Jul

Working in Long Term Care Series: Session 2 – Communicating with Families – ALZeducate

2024-07-14T04:42:57-04:00

Recognize different ways in which communication occurs, the importance of validating feelings, and learn strategies that support communication with the family members of people living with dementia.

For Frontline Healthcare Providers working in Long Term Care



To REGISTER: Go to our online learning site at www.alzeducate.ca
Step 1: Create an Account/Login
Step 2: Select Education and then select the intended audience of the presentation.
Step 3: Enrol in the webinar

 

Working in Long Term Care Series: Session 2 – Communicating with Families – ALZeducate2024-07-14T04:42:57-04:00
18 Jul

TDRA Webinars: Advances in Dementia Research- Zoom

2024-07-14T04:42:56-04:00
TDRA Webinars: Advances in Dementia Research 
Rehabilitation for Mild Cognitive Impairment and Dementia
Thursday, July 18, 2024, 12-1 PM EDT
Summary:
Presented by Dr. Arlene Astell this webinar will explain the role of movement, balance, fall prevention, communication and other cognitive and physical rehabilitation techniques for people living with dementia and mild cognitive impairment.
Dr. Astell will introduce two current studies for which she is principal investigator:
1) Understanding Task Sequencing in People with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) and Dementia to Inform the Use of Mixed Reality (Task Sequencing and Dementia Study)
2) Feasibility-Testing of a Youth Therapeutic Exercise Video Game System with Older Adults with Dementia (Bootle Blast and Dementia Study)

For more information on the studies, click links to access the studies: 
Email for more information: Brittany.prokop@camh.ca

 
About the presenter:
Arlene Astell PhD, BSc (Hons)
Dr. Arlene Astell is Director of the Dementia Aging Technology Engagement (DATE) lab at KITE, University Health Network, Toronto, Associate Professor in Department of Occupational Sciences & Occupational Therapy and Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto, and Full Professor of Psychology at Northumbria University, UK. Dr. Astell has more than 20 years of experience developing and evaluating interventions to support people to age as well as possible, including those living with dementia.
This webinar is presented in partnership with the Toronto Dementia Research Alliance

 

TDRA Webinars: Advances in Dementia Research- Zoom2024-07-14T04:42:56-04:00
16 Jul

Safety at Home (for Care Partners) – ALZeducate

2024-07-14T04:42:53-04:00

This webinar will focus on helping care partners identify possible risks and make the necessary modifications at different stages of the disease.

For family care partners related to a person living with dementia.

To REGISTER: Go to our online learning site at www.alzeducate.ca

Step 1: Create an Account/Login

Step 2: Select Education and then select the intended audience of the presentation.

Step 3: Enrol in the webinar

 

Safety at Home (for Care Partners) – ALZeducate2024-07-14T04:42:53-04:00
9 Jul

Working in Long Term Care Series: Session 1 – Adjusting to Long Term Care – ALZeducate

2024-07-14T04:42:49-04:00

Learn about strategies to support the person living with dementia and their family or caregiver(s) as they adjust to moving to Long Term Care.

For Frontline Healthcare Providers working in Long Term Care

 

To REGISTER: Go to our online learning site at www.alzeducate.ca

Step 1: Create an Account/Login

Step 2: Select Education and then select the intended audience of the presentation.

Step 3: Enrol in the webinar

 

Working in Long Term Care Series: Session 1 – Adjusting to Long Term Care – ALZeducate2024-07-14T04:42:49-04:00
4 Jul

Driving and Dementia (for Care Partners) – ALZeducate

2024-07-14T04:42:47-04:00

Learn to recognize how dementia impacts driving ability, warning signs and how to support a person with dementia when they can no longer drive safely.

Intended audience: Care Partners related to person living with dementia.


To REGISTER: Go to our online learning site at www.alzeducate.ca

Step 1: Create an Account/Login

Step 2: Select Education and then select the intended audience of the presentation.

Step 3: Enrol in the webinar

 

Driving and Dementia (for Care Partners) – ALZeducate2024-07-14T04:42:47-04:00

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