MemoryCare offers a series of 6 three-hour lectures for caregivers of people with memory disorders. Sessions are designed to improve caregiver understanding of different aspects of dementia care. The course will be led by Margaret Noel, MD with guest speakers; attorney Caroline Knox and MemoryCaregivers Network Coordinator, Mary Donnelly.
MemoryCare’s Family Caregiver Education Program
- What Is Dementia?
- Transitioning from Independence to Interdependence
- Functional and Behavioral Changes of Dementia
- Dementia Treatment Options and Risk Reduction
- Maintaining Your Own Health
- Dementia and Legal Planning Issues
2020 Caregiver College Course Dates
Until further notice, courses will be provided as a live-broadcast for online attendance only. The ability to access Zoom through a computer, tablet or smartphone with a reliable internet connection is necessary to attend. Limited in-person attendance may become available as restrictions lift in response to COVID-19. If you are unable to attend virtually, we will place you on a waiting list to attend in-person should the opportunity become available. Related course materials will be provided via email. For a physical copy of the materials, you may reserve a binder for pick-up at our office for $20 or we can mail one to you for an additional $10 with request for mailing required two weeks in advance of the course start date.
IMPORTANT: In an effort to evaluate course effectiveness, attendees will be expected to complete a 3-part participation survey: one prior to, one immediately post, and a final several months after the course.
Registration is required. To register, contact our office at (828) 771-2219.
January 7 to February 11, 2021
(in-person attendance availability to be determined)
March 18 to April 22, 2021