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Helping caregivers adjust when a loved one with dementia moves to residential care

Alzheimer Society of BC, Victoria offers a Life in Residential Care on May 1

The Alzheimer Society of BC, Victoria offers a Life in Residential Care session aimed at family caregivers.

The workshop helps caregivers learn to adjust after a person living with dementia moves into residential care. Learn how to enhance visits, strategies for working with a care team and tips for acting as an advocate for the person living with dementia.

The workshop is Tuesday, May 01 from 1:30 to 4 p.m. at the Alzheimer Society of BC Victoria, 202 – 306 Burnside Road West.

Those interested can register by calling 250-382-2052.


 

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