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The Atrium, Westminster Place of Presbyterian SeniorCare Network
1215 Hulton Road, Oakmont, Pennsylvania 15139
Dementia Friends Information Session
Date: Thursday, November 14, 2019
Time: 01:00pm-02:00pm
Facilitator:  Deanna Page and Carrie Chiusano   412-826-6046 or dpage@srcare.org
Class Information:

Dementia Friendly Greater Pittsburgh and Presbyterian SeniorCare Network are hosting this Dementia Friends session from 1-2pm and will also hold a Dementia Live training following from 2-3pm. Please see the information below if you are interested in staying afterwards for the Dementia Live training. Additionally, we will also have information available about Dementia Friendly Greater Pittsburgh and how to volunteer along with information about Presbyterian SeniorCare Network programming and services. 

Visitor parking is available in front of Westminster Place. Please come to the front entrance of Westminster Place under the portico and sign in at the front desk. Signs will point you to the Atrium, where the session will take place. The building is wheelchair accessible and there are restroom facilities available. 

Space is limited to 25 attendees.

 

 

Dementia Live:

Presbyterian SeniorCare Network will host a unique opportunity for family and professional caregivers to briefly, yet movingly, experience the challenges and struggles of a person living with dementia. Dementia Live is an innovative program designed by a team of dementia, sensitivity and awareness, and professional development experts from the nationally recognized AGE-u-cate® Training Institute headquartered in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex.  

Using specialized gear within a safe, experiential setting, Dementia Live provides participants a real-life simulation of what it must be like to live with dementia. Participants gain greater awareness and understanding of the constant struggles (24/7) affecting persons with dementia. Greater understanding leads to more sensitive care partnering.

 




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