Finding yourself getting anxious when talking with a loved one with short-term memory loss? They quickly pick up your feelings and can also become anxious. Staying calm as you recall a good long-term memory is often just what is needed. See if this tip might not be the key.
For previous video tips visit: Diana Waugh’s YouTube Channel
RURAL DEMENTIA CARE PARTNER PROJECT CONTINUES…
University of California San Fransisco has a federal government grant for this workshop which is for family and friends who care for people with memory loss and live in a rural or farming community or in smaller towns. Participants will receive up to $80 in cash for completing four surveys ($20 per survey). Zoom and video are not required to participate.
For more information go to Rural Dementia Caregiver Project or call toll-free 1-833-634-0603. Online registration is ongoing.
BECKY DORNER & ASSOCIATES WEBINAR
DEMENTIA: I’m Still in Here, Come Find Me
June 21, 2022 from 2-3pm EST
This 1 hour webinar is approved for CDR credit for dietitians and offers practical communication tips to improve client interactions when talking with individuals with short-term memory loss.
Registration required: Becky Dorner & Associates
MORE QUESTIONS PLEASE!
I want my video tips to speak to your concerns and I need a few more questions as I prepare the next group of videos. Click here to send me an email with your questions. I’ll pick a few to use in my next video shorts. Regardless, I’ll respond to all questions sent, so let me hear from you!
ARE MY TOOLS HELPING YOU?
If you could visit my Facebook page by clicking here and then click the Reviews tab to write a short review of how I’ve helped you, I’d appreciate it. Thank you in advance for all the support! Oh, and if you haven’t liked my Facebook page yet, make sure to click the Like button at the top of the page while you’re there! — Diana