Brain Camp: Preparing for Care

Ages:

Adult

Program Description

Event Details

In this third session of Brain Camp, we will begin our journey into caregiving. It is estimated that one in three of us will eventually deliver some form of care to someone living with dementia. This session includes a caregiving overview and a review of statistics, and it covers basics like project management, roles and responsibilities, daily tasks and activities, family dynamics, long-distance caregiving, and care options. We then progress to a comprehensive learning session regarding dementia communication and interaction tips as well as skills to better manage difficult behaviors. We will close with a discussion of caregiving challenges. The session will include plenty of opportunities for robust Q&A and discussion. 

This series will be led by JJ Jordan of Dementia Friendly Denver. You can learn more about JJ here

This series is presented in partnership with Dementia Friendly Denver and the Multidisciplinary Center on Aging at CU Anschutz.

Registration is required here. Registering for one session of Brain Camp registers you for all of the sessions. This is a virtual program and will not be recorded. You will receive the Zoom link after you register. If you have any questions, please reach out to Amy at adelpo@denverlibrary.org.

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This program is funded by the NextFifty Initiative.

 

 

Sign language interpreters and real-time captioning via CART are available upon request with notice of three business days to SignLanguageServices@denvergov.org or 720-913-8487. For other public accommodation requests or concerns related to a disability: DisabilityAccess@denvergov.org.

Automated voice-to-text captioning is available for all virtual programs. Need help getting set up?