December 14, 2021
For some family caregivers who support loved ones with dementia, the holidays can be a joyful time when spirits are lighter. It feels good to care for loved ones and enjoy time together, celebrating with family traditions. But for many the holidays also bring added stress — an already busy caregiver finds there’s even more to do during the holidays.
Holidays can, in fact, provide unique opportunities to seek better communication, connection and support from family and friends. Join us and learn how to make this holiday season less stressful and more joyful.
“Caregiving and the Holidays: From Stress to Success”
Tuesday, December 14
Grab a cup of cocoa, get comfortable and join us for our “Caregiving and the Holidays: From Stress to Success” Zoom webinar.
Our guest speaker, Lilly Adrian, BS, Soc/Psyc, ADC, CDP, CADDCT, CALM, has years of experience supporting caregivers who care for loved ones with dementia. Throughout her career she has served as a certified Life Enrichment Director, a Memory Care Specialist, a Certified Dementia Care Specialist, and an Advanced Grief Facilitator. She earned a B.S. in Sociology and Psychology from Southwest Baptist University.
During the webinar, Lilly will share tips to help you make it through the holiday season with more joy and less stress.