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FREE Dementia Training For Family & Community Members

You’re invited!

FREE Dementia Training  For Family & Community Members Community Connection

FREE Dementia Training

For Family & Community Members

Community Connection

Wednesday June12th, 2019, in Alexandria, MN

1:00 PM — 3:00 PM

Grand Arbor 4403 Pioneer Rd SE, Alexandria, MN 56308

Navigating the Aging/Dementia Journey Together

 

Target Audience: Family caregivers and community members

Aging, dementia, caregiving OH MY!! We’ve got you covered! We will answer questions you don’t know how to ask. We’ll help you create a roadmap to help you support your loved one on their aging/dementia journey.

Join us for this fun filled, educational and thought-provoking session. We will explore things such as:

  • Normal versus not normal aging
  • Understand how people with dementia experience their world.
  • Discover how as a caregiver to best support your loved one.
  • Learn how to care for your loved ones in a manner that preserves their dignity.

 

For questions call us at #320-763-7627

www.alternativeseniorcare.net

Training: “The Human Approach to Dementia Care”

Presented by: Krisie Barron LSW

Krisie Barron LSW

Email krisie@embracingjourneys.com

https://www.embracingjourneys.com/

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Cindy Karasch, COTA, CSA, President, CEO

President, CEO at Alternative Senior Care
As the founder and CEO of Alternative Senior Care, Cindy is responsible for all areas of the business. She has an Associate degree in Occupational Therapy and a Bachelors degree in Management of Human Services. “My skills in Occupational Therapy were useful in adapting methods, materials, and environments for children in special education classes as well as with adults in rehabilitation centers and local nursing homes.”
Cindy grew up in Sauk Centre and raised her three children here. She has five grandchildren.Married to Mike since 2010, she keeps busy with gardening and outdoor activities.

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