My Loved One Has Dementia… Now What?
Sorry, this event is full… stay tuned for our future caregiver events! You’ve seen the signs – gradual memory loss, perhaps
Sorry, this event is full… stay tuned for our future caregiver events!
You’ve seen the signs – gradual memory loss, perhaps falls and increased frailty or worsening medical conditions and know in your heart that dementia may be a reality. But, what should you do… and where do you start?
Families of an aging loved one often reach a point where they know their loved one needs to start planning for a lifestyle change. Oftentimes, confusion, overwhelm and conflicting opinions can get families stuck before they even get started in the process.
During this presentation, will share her top tips and tools for what to do when your loved one has received a dementia diagnosis. From recognizing the early signs to planning ahead for long-term care, learn how to begin the journey of caring for a loved one with dementia.
At Kensington Senior Living, Our Promise is to love and care for your family as we do our own. We are committed to improving the quality of life for seniors as well as the caregivers who love them. So we seek out support from specialty experts to help boost caregiver morale, preserve energy and keep stressors in check.
Brian Miller, Esq., CELA®, Certified Elder Law Attorney, Littman Krooks
Brian is a member of the Elder Law and Special Needs Section and Trusts and Estates Law Section of the New York State Bar Association, and the Elder Law and Special Needs Planning Committee of the Westchester County Bar Association. Brian assists clients with various aspects of Elder Law, Estate Planning, Estate Administration, Medicaid Planning & Applications, Special Needs Planning, Trust Administration and Guardianships. He is a frequent lecturer at professional organizations and community groups regarding various topics related to Estate Planning, Medicaid Planning and Elder Law in general.
Melpo Voulieris, LMSW, Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (AFA)
Melpo is a licensed social worker at the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America and has spent most of her social work career helping to maintain independence and enhance the quality of life of older people facing physical, emotional and cognitive changes. She has an M.S. in Social Work from Columbia University and has worked in a variety of inpatient and outpatient health care settings, as well as in private geriatric care management.
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(Tuesday) 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm EDT
The Kensington White Plains
100 Maple Avenue