I remember the Thanksgiving when dad and I were flipping through photo albums, and he couldn’t remember his mother’s maiden name.
My stepmother had been trying to tell me dad was having problems, but I made excuses. In that moment, forgetting his mother’s maiden name, I could no longer deny it. My dad was having cognitive issues.
Do you have a loved one who’s been diagnosed with cognitive impairment?
Feeling overwhelmed, saddened, stressed?
Trying to figure out what to do?
Here’s some help.
6 Important Tools in Helping a Loved One with
During the webinar you’ll learn:
· Resources for planning
· A tool to help start the conversation with your loved one
· A list of important information to share
· Two major actions to take before you or your loved one can’t remember anymore
· Resources to help you and your loved one
Noticing signs of cognitive impairment can be a scary and emotional time. This program will help ease that tension and provide valuable information to take positive actions. Help yourself and your loved one alleviate some of your struggles during a difficult time.