Steps to Take Before a Loved One Goes Missing

Join us for our upcoming FREE Seminar:
“Steps to Take Before a Loved One Goes Missing”
presented by:
David Rader, Director of the Ohio Chapter-Texas EquuSearch

Tuesday, October 15, 2019
6:30pm
at The Alois Alzheimer Center
70 Damon Road Cincinnati, OH 45218

Texas Equusearch, Midwest Chapter, is a non-profit local search & recovery team based in Cincinnati, They work with law enforcement and families to help in locating missing loved ones, utilizing resources they have available that will aid in the search.
Individuals with dementia, autism, and mental health issues are cases that are becoming more frequent.
Education is key to help prevent these cases from happening.

Please register today by clicking the link below or by calling us at 513-605-1450.

Register today for our free seminar

For more information about Texas EquuSearch click on the logo.

Join Us for Our 5th Annual Caregivers Conference

LIVING WITH ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE
Saturday, August 10, 2019
Beechwood Independent School
54 Beechwood Road
Ft. Mitchell, KY 41017

Meet our Guest Speakers:

Teresa Youngstrom is a Registered Nurse and a Certified Dementia Practitioner who understands firsthand the challenges caregiving can bring.
Her own personal experience with a parent with memory loss fuels her drive to teach other caregivers and healthcare professionals. She presents at both local and regional conferences and workshops.

Sylvia Dwertman is a Certified Laughter Yoga Leader. She first discovered laughter yoga in 2018, while working for Visiting Angels/Cincinnati West.
She rapidly felt the benefits of this playful, positive exercise in her own life, and those she shares it with. Sylvia loves sharing her knowledge and enthusiasm with others.

Saturday’s Agenda:

8:30am: Registration & Continental Breakfast
9:30am: Reducing the Stress of Caregivers Through Laughter Yoga with Sylvia Dwertman
10:30am: Safety with Memory Loss
11:30am: Panel Discussion with Healthcare Professionals

Want to Register? Phone 513-605-1450
or click this link: Living with Alzheimer’s Disease

Sponsored by:

Sign Up for the Free Caregivers Seminar

The Alois Alzheimer Foundation is presenting a free seminar and we hope you can join us!
Tuesday,July 16
6:30-7:30pm

Advance Care Planning
presented by:
Lynda Anello
Community Liaison for VITAS Healthcare

Learn important facts about planning for your future healthcare.
Advance Care Planning provides direction to healthcare professionals when a person is not able to make their own healthcare choices.
This is applicable to adults at all stages of life.
Interested in registering? Click this link: http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=f7uamblab&oeidk=a07egfa5kppe03d5091

A light meal will be served prior to the Seminar.

Join us for our FREE Caregivers Seminar

The Alois Alzheimer Foundation is hosting a
FREE Seminar
“How to Better Communicate with Those Affected by Memory Loss”
on Tuesday, May 14, 2019
at 6:30pm
with
Teresa Youngstrom RN, CDP

Those attending will learn a greater understanding of what those with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia are feeling and why their reality is all they can see. You will take with you multiple tools to improve communication skills which can enhance relationships and reduce stress associated with being a caregiver.

Theresa Youngstrom is a Registered Nurse and a Certified Dementia Practitioner who understands firsthand the challenges caregiving can bring.
Her own personal experience with a parent with memory loss fuels her drive and compassion to teach other caregivers and healthcare professionals.

For more information about this event, please feel free to call (513)605-1450.
To register: You may call (513) 605-1450 or click the link below to register online.

Click Here to Register Online…

Free Caregiver Seminar

The Alois Alzheimer Foundation presents:
“REDUCING STRESS THROUGH LAUGHTER YOGA & MASSAGE”
with Sylvia Dwertman, Visiting Angels
March 12,2019
6:30pm
at 70 Damon Road Cincinnati, OH 45218

What is Laughter Yoga
Laughter Yoga is an innovative health promotion and disease prevention program that uses intentional laughter as a form of physical exercise to enhance health and well being. Practically anyone can laugh heartily and achieve the health benefits of laughter without relying on jokes, humor, or comedy. The concept is based on scientific knowledge that the body cannot distinguish between genuine and self initiated laughter- so whether you are laughing at something funny or you are having fun choosing to laugh, both generate physiological and psychological health benefits.

We hope you can join us for this fun and healthy program.
To register click here…

For more information or if you have questions, call 513-605-1450.