Education Hour

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Learning from your Living Room is a new series of online learning session with a wide variety of topics. Join Alzhiemer Society Grey-Bruce Public Education Coordinator Sandra Hong on Zoom to learn about dementia. View our list of topics and dates below.

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Memory and Aging

January 11, 18, 25, February 1, 8 from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

5 week series is aimed at people of retirement age or older who are interested in learning about memory changes that normally occur with age, and strategies to improve their everyday memory performance.

Learn about:

  • What kinds of memory changes should you expect, as you grow older?
  • Which changes are normal and which ones are not?
  • If I forget, is something wrong with my brain?
  • Can I improve my memory?

This session takes place online using Zoom and requires you to pre-register by clicking here or contact Sandra Hong with any questions at (519) 376-7230 or [email protected].

The Journey of Support Starts Here - January 12th

January 12th from 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

General information about the Alzheimer Society of Grey-Bruce. Who we are, what we do, as well as understanding the warning signs and how to go about getting a diagnosis.

This session takes place online using Zoom and requires you to pre-register by clicking here or contact Sandra Hong with any questions at (519) 376-7230 or [email protected].

Prevention and Early Detection of Dementia - January 19th

January 19th from 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Learn what memory mistakes adults should be concerned about and the latest evidence on what people can do to help prevent dementia.

This session takes place online using Zoom and requires you to pre-register by clicking here or contact Sandra Hong with any questions at (519) 376-7230 or [email protected].

Long Distance Caregiving - January 26th

January 26th from 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

If you live an hour or more away from a person who needs care, you are a long-distance caregiver. This kind of care can take many forms—from helping with money management and arranging for in-home care to providing respite care for a primary caregiver and planning for emergencies.

This session takes place online using Zoom and requires you to pre-register by clicking here or contact Sandra Hong with any questions at (519) 376-7230 or [email protected].

Dementia education in Grey-Bruce

The Alzheimer Society of Grey-Bruce provides education programs for people living with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, families and caregivers, including online learning opportunities. Learn about them on this page.

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