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Evidence informed communication strategies for family members of persons with Alzheimer's Disease.

brainXchange

Wednesday, 23 November 2016 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (EST)

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Registration for this event is closed, we've reached maximum capacity. A RECORDING of this event, along with a copy of the slides and related resources will be available for your viewing and access on the brainxchange.ca website shortly after the live event. Thank you.


 

There will be NO teleconference option due to the format of this event, a video will be played during the live event. Audio will be provided through your computer or device. Please ensure your computer speakers/ headset is working before the live event.

Presenter:

Susan Lane, MD CCFP (CoE)
JoAnn Perry, Ph.D.
Jeff Small, Ph.D.

Summary:

We introduce evidence-informed communication tips for family members of persons with Alzheimer's Disease. These evidence-informed suggestions are based on Dr. Jeff Small and Dr. Jo Ann Perry's article: Training family care partners to communicate effectively with persons with Alzheimer's disease: The TRACED program, which will be discussed in this presentation. Strategies from this article will also be presented in Dr. Susan Lane's whiteboard animation video: Maintaining the Connection: Communication Tips for Family Members of Persons with Alzheimer's Disease.

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Wednesday, 23 November 2016 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (EST)


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brainXchange

The brainXchange is a network of people dedicated to improving quality of life and supports for persons with or at risk of having brain-health needs related to dementia, mental health and neurological conditions related to aging or have experienced brain health changes earlier in life that are now more complex with aging.

 

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