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Candy Bars in the Shower and Other Tips and Tricks to Manage Activities of Daily Living

Posted Dec 08 2010 11:53am
By Bob DeMarco
Alzheimer's Reading Room

Tomorrow, December 9, 2010, Carole Larkin will be a guest on the Alzheimer's Foundation of America's Care Connection .

The topic is "Candy Bars in the Shower and Other Tips and Tricks to Manage Activities of Daily Living".

The teleconference is scheduled to start at 1 PM ET.

Caregivers can call in toll-free at 877-232-2992. The guest identification number is 271004#

Go here to get more information.

The teleconference is in the form of a lecture by Carole. You will be able to ask Carole questions.

Many of you already know Carole as she is a frequent contributor and commenter on the Alzheimer's Reading Room.

Carole Larkin MAG, CMC, CAEd, QDCS, EICS,
is a Geriatric care manager who specializes in helping families with Alzheimer’s and related dementias issues. She also trains caregivers in home care companies, assisted livings, memory care communities, and nursing homes in dementia specific techniques for best care of dementia sufferers. ThirdAge Services LLC , is located in Dallas, TX.

Care Connection is a free, teleconference designed for both family caregivers and professional caregivers of individuals with Alzheimer's disease and related illnesses. These teleconferences are a valuable mix of coaching, guest speakers, questions and answers--and sharing.

During each monthly telephone session, experts provide presentations about dementia that are geared to both family caregivers and healthcare professionals, including medical, behavioral, practical, social and spiritual issues.

Up to 150 family and professional caregivers from anywhere in the nation can call in to the live one-hour phone sessions. A member of AFA’s social work team will facilitate each session and encourage call-in participants to pose questions to the experts as well as share their own experiences in a supportive environment.

Participants can simply listen or contribute to the conversation during the interactive sessions.

Attention professional caregivers: for those professionals qualified by AFA’s membership and training division, Dementia Care Professionals of America (DCPA), each session will count as one hour of training toward credits required to renew your DCPA status.

Alzheimer's Disease -- Advice and Insight

Bob DeMarco is the Founder of the Alzheimer's Reading Room and an Alzheimer's caregiver. Bob has written more than 2,101 articles with more than 272,100 links on the Internet. Bob resides in Delray Beach, FL.

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