Understand Dementia Care and Support
If you have the difficult task of caring for a loved one living with dementia, it is important to understand how to best support and properly care for them. Join alumnus Michael Tubbs '10 for a special webinar on Thursday, June 4 at 7:00 p.m. as he shares best practices from his years of expertise.
Michael has been caring for seniors with dementia for ten years. He received his Bachelor of Science in Recreation and Leisure Administration from York College of Pennsylvania and is a Positive Approach® to Care Certified Independent Trainer. Since graduation, Michael has worked as a Memory Care Director, Recreational Therapist, Caregiver, Medication Technician, and Physical Therapy Technician. From his professional experience, Michael is extremely familiar with the many challenges families face when trying to care for a loved one living with dementia. His passion is providing training, guidance, and support to families so they have the tools and resources they need to care for their loved one throughout every stage of the disease.
This webinar session will review the following:
- What is dementia
- Normal aging versus abnormal aging
- Different stages of dementia
- Resources to help you be a better Care Partner
- The importance of self-care and building a network
- Overview of professional resources
Follow the link below to view the recording of this webinar and more.