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Coping as a Family with the Daily Struggles of Dementia
This is the third of a series of webinars focusing on handling the various stages of dementia. Webinar 3 will focus on strategies for coping as a family with the daily struggles of dementia. Attendees should attend to learn: (1) coping strategies for ongoing safety issues for a dementia patient (guns, keys, medication, finances, wandering, confusion); (2) medical issues and role of physician; (3) spiritual issues and role of clergy; (4) creating dementia friendly communities; and (5) available steps to improve brain health.


o Victoria Braund, MD, FACP, Section Head for Geriatrics, NorthShore University HealthSystem and Clinical Assistant Professor, Pritzker School of Medicine, Chicago, IL
o David Godfrey, JD, Director, American Bar Association Commission on Law and Aging, Washington, DC
o Michael Goldblatt, Legal, Management, and Marketing Consultant, Columbia, MD
o Alison Lynn, Self-Care for Family Caregivers, Assoc. Dir. of Social Work, Penn Memory Center, Philadelphia, PA
o Beth Kallmyer, V.P., Care and Support, Alzheimer’s Association, Chicago, IL
o Rabbi Miller, Temple Shalom, Naples, FL

Moderator: James L. Schwartz, James L. Schwartz & Associates, Chicago, IL

Access the rest of the webinar series by going to ambar.org/knowdementia

Cosponsored by the ABA Commission on Disability Rights; Commission on Law & Aging; Real Property, Trust & Estate Law Section; Young Lawyers Division; Dispute Resolution Section; Commission on Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity; Commission on Hispanic Legal Rights and Responsibilities; and Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice.

Apr 21, 2022 02:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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