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Hope Hospice is committed to supporting patients and loved ones with exceptional care, compassion, and dignity.
Join us for our free series of town hall discussions, featuring a panel of Hope’s experts, on issues that matter to you right now. For all of us, this era of pandemic has created so many uncertainties and has elevated to greater heights our fears, anxieties, and concerns. In this special series, you’ll have the opportunity to ask questions, obtain some great information, and learn some valuable tips on how to navigate these unfamiliar waters.
“Dementia Care in the COVID-19 Era”
Thursday, September 16, 2020; 10-11:30 a.m.
Adjusting to and coping with the COVID-19 pandemic is challenging for all of us, but for the person living with dementia and their care partners, it can be debilitating. In this interactive webinar, Hope Hospice’s dementia specialists will discuss the nature of dementia and how it impacts thinking and behavior, examine how this condition coupled with the necessary virus-prevention measures can further complicate the caregiving experience, and provide strategies that can help care partners cope with these challenges and focus on the well-being of their loved ones and themselves.
Gia Barsell, Hope Hospice Manager of Dementia Service
PAC Certified Dementia Trainer and Consultant (Teepa Snow organization)
Debbie Emerson, Hope Hospice Community Health Educator
CARES® Dementia Specialist
Check out our archived webinars and download any support materials discussed during the presentation.
Several fundraising events that generate vital support for our hospice services, grief support, and caregiver education programs upon which so many local families depend had to be canceled because of measures enacted to slow the spread COVID-19. Will you help Hope Hospice ensure these programs remain available by making a contribution today?
We are grateful for donations of any amount. Hope Hospice, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit agency, IRS Tax ID# 94-2576059, and donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by the law.