Individuals who are facing Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias benefit from receiving information as soon as possible. The journey with dementia poses many challenges, and having an understanding of what you are facing, and reliable information about the types of help available to you, will make a difference.
The Alzheimer Society of Manitoba offers educational programs throughout the province to educate and empower people with dementia, their families and friends.
Click here to view the 2020 Winter/Spring Calendar!
Living with Dementia: First Steps
Living with Dementia: First Steps feature presentations on the disease process from a medical, family and individual perspective, legal & financial considerations, helpful community resources, caregiver tips and home safety.
Family Education: Next Steps
Caring for a person with dementia may mean you have to learn how to communicate all over again. Learning new skills can help you face the daily realities of living with and caring for a person with Alzheimer’s disease or another dementia – and it may help you better understand your own feelings.
Telehealth Family Education
The Alzheimer Society of Manitoba offers family education for those experiencing dementia in communities across the province via Telehealth.
Alzheimer Society Webinars
Please view the past webinars below to gain more information about topics that relate to you:
- Speak Up! Advocacy Skills for Caregivers:Being the advocate for a family member or friend comes with responsibilities and it is crucial for the advocate to take their concerns to the right person.Approaching the right person can lead to faster problem solving. Because solutions are not always found the first time one brings up a concern, it is important for advocates to have some negotiating skills in their repertoire. The webinar will discuss principles of negotiating so win-win resolutions can be found.
Click here to watch “Speak Up! Advocacy Skills for Caregivers.”
- What Matters Most:Join the Alzheimer Society as we discuss the importance of having an up-to-date will, power of attorney, health care directive, and choosing someone you trust when preparing these documents.Responsibilities of a person designated in the legal roles of executor, power of attorney or health care proxy will also be be discussed.Click here to watch “What Matters Most.”
For more information about upcoming education, please contact the Education Manager at 204-943-6622 or by email at email@example.com.