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Caregiver Seminar - Fort Worth
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SAVE THE DATE!

2015 Caregiver Seminar - Fort Worth
Friday, November 13, 2015
8:30 am to 4:30 pm   

McKinney Memorial Bible Church
4805 Arbor Lawn Drive 
Fort Worth, TX  76109

The annual Caregiver Seminar is one of the ways the Alzheimer's Association helps both family and professional caregivers better understand the characteristics of dementia and how to care for the people who have it.  Each year, the Alzheimer's Association schedules experts to speak about topics pertaining to dementia care. There two separate tracks in the morning: one for healthcare professionals, who may earn continuing education credits, and another for family caregivers to help them gain insight into caring for a loved one with dementia.  In addition to the sessions, attendees will have an opportunity to speak with knowledgeable individuals representing a wide array of dementia care businesses and services.  Lunch will be served.

Keynote speaker for the 2015 Caregiver Seminar will be Keith N. Fargo, Ph.D., Director of Programs and Outreach, Medical and Scientific Relations, for the Alzheimer’s Association.  Dr. Fargo plays a key role at the national level maintaining the Association’s status as a premiere source of critical scientific information relating to Alzheimer’s and other dementias.

Check back soon for full schedule and registration information! 

Arden Courts Memory Care Community is offering Adult Respite (supervised care for persons with dementia) at their location in Arlington on the day of the seminar. To make a reservation for your loved one, please call Arden Courts at 817-795-1700. This service is offered at no charge.

Six and a half hours of continuing education will be offered to nurses, social workers, activity professionals, long term care administrators and assisted living managers.  Attendees must attend every session to earn continuing education hours.

There is no charge for family caregivers but a $20 donation is suggested. Registration for those seeking continuing education hours is $75. Six hours of continuing education will be offered to licensed nursing facility administrators, assisted living administrators, activity professionals and nurses. CEUs for professional social workers have been approved. For professionals not needing CEUs, registration is $30. Registration includes lunch.

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By setting up display tables at the Caregiver Seminar,  sponsors help the Alzheimer's Association educate family and professional attendees about products and services that people with dementia and their caregivers are likely to need at some time during the journey.  For sponsor companies, the seminar provides a warm and supportive atmosphere for meeting and speaking with potential clients. Don’t miss out. Sign up today!  Contact Shelly Young at 817-336-4949 or shelly.young@alz.org.

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