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Local community education programs for families, caregivers, and the general public to raise awareness around Alzheimer's disease.

We provide training and education to families, caregivers, professionals and general audiences on a variety of topics, and can customize presentations to fit your group.

​(Note: Education program offerings have been adjusted to ensure the health and safety of our constituents during COVID-19.)

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Upcoming programs

 

January 2021
Caregiver resources and wellness series

During the month of January, we are hosting a four week free educational series designed to help caregivers/care partners successfully navigate Alzheimer's and learn self-care tips to ensure they too stay healthy and happy. Each Thursday from 2-3 p.m. we will host a virtual session with a new topic of discussion.

Registration
Register for one or all. Be sure to invite a friend, neighbor or relative along with you so you have support if you should ever need it. Registration is required. You will receive an email after registration with information on how to join the virtual program. 

Download the PDF to learn more about the series topics. 

Schedule: 

Jan. 7: 10 ways to love your brain 
Register for week one

Jan. 14: Is this Alzheimer's or just signs of aging? 
Register for week two 

Jan. 21: Legal and finacial planning for individuals with dementia 
Register for week three 

Jan. 28: Managing caregiver stress and burnout
Register for week four 

Questions? Please contact Samantha Sathre at 234.284.2754 or ssathre@alz.org

Host an educational event

We are happy to provide trained speakers for your oganization's Alzheimer's education event.
To schedule a speaker for your group or organization, contact Samantha Sathre, education coordinator, at 234.284.2754 or ssathre@alz.org. Please note: we are unable to accommodate in-person or hybrid in-person/virutal events at this time. Our speakers are only able to present at virtual only events.

Funded in part by the State of Ohio through the Area Agency on Aging Region 9, 10A, 10B and 11, Inc. and the Ohio Department of Aging.