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Caregiver Seminars
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Training and education opportunities for family and professional caregivers

The Alzheimer's Association understands that Alzheimer's care begins with the caregivers--whether family member or professional, at home or in a care facility--and offers several excellent opportunities for those who care for people with dementia to receive education and training.  

Caregiver Seminars

Alzheimer's Association Caregiver Seminars help family members and health care professionals better understand the changes occurring in the brain of someone with dementia as a path toward becoming more effective caregivers.  In lively and informative sessions, professional dementia care trainers give caregivers the tools to put basic dementia care concepts into practice and solve common problems.  Family caregivers attend for no charge; health care professionals may earn continuing education credits for a nominal fee. 

The North Central Texas Chapter offers four Caregiver Seminars throughout the year.  Details for upcoming seminars will be posted as each event approaches.  Links are provided below for further details and information.

Seminar Name

 Date and Location

African American Caregiver Seminar  May 3, 2014
Caregiver Seminar - Fort Worth November 14, 2014
For more information about these events or to learn how your company can be a sponsor, please contact Shelly Young at 817-336-4949 or 800-272-3900.


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