Are you caring for an ageing parent or relative with Alzheimer’s disease?
These workshops are aimed at carers/families of people who are living with dementia or other dementias.
They are also proving hugely beneficial to members of the community too; who are eager to learn more about living and working with people affected by this condition. Too often elderly people living with Alzheimer’s or one of the other forms of dementia are moved into care homes earlier than is necessary, simply because family carers feel unable to cope.
When? Wednesday 1st March 2017 1:00pm — 4:00pm
Where? Home Instead, Room 4, Shirley House, 31 Psalter Lane, Sheffield, S11 8YL
The day's topic is : Activities to Encourage Engagement
- Learn about the benefits of staying active for a person with Alzheimer's disease or other dementia
- Learn about three types of activities for mind, body and soul
- Discover various techniques to encourage your loved one to engage in an activity
- Become familiar with activities that are suitable for late stage Alzheimer's disease or other dementia, to stimulate your loved one's five senses
Took book a place please call the office 01142 469 666 or email [email protected]