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Dealing with Distress: Using Sympathy and Support

– Dementia Care Specialist, Heather McKay

Resources and support for older adults and their caregivers

Maximizing the health, well-being and independence of older adults

Alamance Eldercare provides older adults and their caregivers access to the resources and support needed to live full and independent lives.  The Age Well Alamance website is dedicated to that cause.

Join us for the Alamance ElderCare VIRTUAL Family Caregiver and Senior Resource Fair, a community event!

Heather McKay, Occupational Therapist and Dementia Care Specialist is the keynote speaker.  She will help us navigate Dealing with Distress: Using Sympathy and Support Live at 10:00 a.m. Caregiving is hard work, especially in demanding circumstances.  Don’t miss this timely discussion.

Presentations are available for viewing including the Q&A chats for each topic. You are encouraged to watch the topics of interest at your leisure.

Legal Planning for Alzheimer’s Disease

with Karen Owens of the Alzheimer’s Association

Q&A Chat Room May 28th at 11:30 am

NC Serves NC Veterans

with Rebecca Swaim and Thomas Walker of USO of North Carolina

Q&A Chat Room May 28th at 11:30 am

Financial Planning for Alzheimer’s Disease

with Karen Owens of the Alzheimer’s Association

Q&A Chat Room May 28th at 12:45 pm

Census: Stand Up and Be Counted

with Linda Jones of US Census

Q&A Chat Room May 28th at 12:45 pm

More information about the many resources in our community for older adults and family caregivers is available on the Resources Page. Check it out!

We are especially thankful to our sponsors! ARMC-Cone Health, The NC Family Caregiver Support Program, AARP, Always Best Care, Griswold Home Care, Health Team Advantage, Triad Retirement Living Association and Touched by Angels Health Care II.