The current global pandemic can affect us in many different ways: physically, socially, and psychologically. We are dealing with the very real challenges associated with widespread serious illness and healthcare systems' inabilities to cope with it. The social and community disruptions, economic fallout, and financial problems facing American families have resulted in obstacles and interruptions to many aspects of life. Additionally, the pandemic has resulted in enormous loss of life in the United States. The collateral damage that this level of mortality could exact on American families cannot be overlooked. This training will provide education about anxiety and effective tools to assist in improving well-being.
To join us, external registration is required at the Multidisciplinary Center on Aging at CU Anschutz.
This session is just one part of a four-part series on mental health and wellness. You can attend as many or as few sessions as you would like. External registration is required for each individual session. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you need assistance or have questions. The sessions in the series are:
Understanding Anxiety and Grief During Challenging Times -- Thursday, January 14 @ 2 PM
What Can You Do If You Notice Memory Problems? -- Thursday, January 21 @ 2 PM
Healthy Brain, Healthy You! -- Thursday, January 28 @ 2 PM
Living Well With Dementia -- Thursday, February 4 @ 2 PM
All virtual programs have automated voice to text captioning available. If the program you are attending is hosted with Google Meet, view these instructions. To request a sign language interpreter or live captions for a program hosted on Zoom or in person, contact SignLanguageServices@denvergov.org or 720-913-8487, with a three (3) business-day notice. For other public accommodation requests/concerns related to a disability, please contact DisabilityAccess@denvergov.org.