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Virtual - Perspectives: The Experience of Living with Young-Onset Dementia

Information Details
Start Date Wednesday, September 16, 2020
Event Times
Education - 1:00 - 4:30 PM
Event Details
See Flyer under "Documents" below to find registration links.
Dementia is considered “young-onset” when it affects people under the age of 65. Younger people living with dementia often face a broad range of unique challenges that impact their lives in a significantly different way than their older counterparts.
Younger people may be less likely to experience memory loss as one of the early symptoms and are more likely to still be working when they are diagnosed. They are often caring for children and/or aging parents and have significant financial commitments such as a mortgage.
In this session, you will learn first-hand from persons living with young-onset dementia. This session will also include the interactive-story telling performance by people living with dementia called A Journey with Dementia Minds. This performance is an original script that was co-created by the performers.
 For questions contact the Michigan Assisted Living Association - mala@miassistedliving.org or (800) 482-0118

 

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Fees

$35/person

Presenter(s)
Brenda Roberts, MA, Director of Quality Assurance & Education, Michigan Assisted Living Association and a Panel of Persons Living with Dementia
CEUs 3 Contact Hours for each web seminar are approved for Social Work CEUs and Nurse Contact Hours.
AFC licensees and administrators will receive certificates of training.
The nursing continuing professional development activity was approved by the Ohio Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on accreditation (OBN-001-91).
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Grant Funding/Sponsors
In partnership with the Michigan Assissted Living Association, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, through the Community Mental Health Association of Michigan, has provided funding for this initiative through Federal Community Mental Health Block Grant.

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