Register Here There’s no question that memory loss is a family affair, and finding ways to make this challenge more
There’s no question that memory loss is a family affair, and finding ways to make this challenge more manageable is essential to improve the quality of life for all involved. Join us for this interactive presentation to increase your knowledge about how to navigate Early On-Set Dementia and better understand signs and treatment.
Learn More About:
- The signs of Early On-Set Dementia
- What to expect once the diagnosis is made
- How to slow the process
- How to have enjoyable conversations with someone with dementia
- How to overcome the physical challenges of caring for someone with dementia
- Finding confidence in caring for someone with dementia
About the Presenter
Meaghan Dingwall, CTRS, CDP, CADDCT is the Memory Care Supervisor at The Kensington Reston and comes from years of experience in Memory Care and Assisted Living. Meaghan is a Certified Dementia Practioner, PAC certified, and a certified Alzheimer and Dementia care trainer. She received her undergraduate degree in Recreation Therapy and is currently obtaining her Master’s in Health Care Administration and Health Systems Management. The culmination of her experiences and her education led her to provide an engaging, fulfilling, caring life for residents at The Kensington Reston. Meaghan takes a holistic approach to care and believes in meaningful engagement throughout ones lifetime. It is Meaghan’s passion to enrich the lives of those living with a cognitive impairment and ensure their safety, health, and well-being.
Questions regarding this event? Contact Karen Carter, Director of Community Outreach, at 571-356-9052 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Thursday) 6:00 pm - 6:45 pm
Virtual Zoom Event
Alexandra RamseyDirector of Community Relationsaramsey@kensingtonsl.com
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