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Lunch and Learn Webinar for the Working Caregiver: “Having the talk - Assisting seniors and their families in accepting additional services.”

Having the Talk Webinar

“Having the talk - Assisting seniors and their families in accepting additional services.”
Sometimes the biggest challenge is convincing a loved one to accept help at home. Join Trisha Menoni from Partners in Senior Care as she discusses how to turn resistance into acceptance with compassion and care.
Join at http://bit.ly/CaregiverWebinar

Wednesday, November 9, 2016 • 12PM -12:30PM

Next webinar, December 14, 2016
“Medication Safety”

Lunch and Learn Webinar: “My mom isn’t this way when she is home!” Is it dementia, delirium or denial?

Is it Dementia?  My mom isn't like this at home webinar.

Lunch and Learn Webinar Series for the Working Caregiver - October Webinar

“My mom isn’t this way when she is home!” Is it dementia, delirium or denial?

A hospitalization can change everything. What is dementia and what is normal aging? Trisha Menoni from Partners in Senior Care will provide insight to help you determine if it’s dementia, delirium or if you may be in denial.

Join us: Wednesday, October 19, 2016 • 12PM -12:30PM

Click to join: http://bit.ly/CaregiverWebinar

Next webinar, December 14, 2016
“Having ‘The Talk’: Assisting seniors and their families in accepting additional assistance.”

Lunch & Learn Webinar: Talking to Your Doctor: Taking an active role in your health.

How well you and your doctor talk to each other is one of the most important parts of getting good health care. But, talking to your doctor isn’t always easy. It takes time and effort on your part as well as your doctor’s.

Join us Wednesday, September 15, 2016 from 12PM -12:30PM when Trisha Menoni from Partners in Senior Care discusses tips you can use today to regain control of your health.

Here's the link to join: https://www.gotomeet.me/PartnersinSeniorCare

Click here to download the presentation & additional handouts.


10 Tips to Manage Caregiver Stress

10TipsToManageCaregiverStress

Are you or someone you know overwhelmed with the care of a loved one? It may be caregiver burnout. Don't know? Take our quiz —> here.

Caregiver burnout is a state of physical, emotional, and mental exhaustion. Burnout can occur when caregivers don't get the help they need, or if they try to do more than they are able -- either physically or financially. Caregivers who are "burned out" may experience fatigue, stress, anxiety, and depression. Many caregivers also feel guilty if they spend time on themselves rather than on their ill or elderly loved ones.

Here are 10 tips to manage caregiver stress. Read More...

Taking Care of YOU: Care for the Caregiver

Care for the Caregiver

Partners in Senior Care presents a lunch and learn webinar series the second Wednesday of the month.

Our next webinar: Taking Care of You: Care for Caregivers will take place on Wednesday, August 10, 2016 from 12:00PM-12:30.

Did you know that higher levels of depression, anxiety, and other mental health challenges are common among women who care for an older relative or friend? Join Trisha Menoni from Partners in Senior Care as she provides tools you can use to gain control of your life.

Register today at bit.ly/CareforYOU

Geriatric Care Management in Chicago: Tune in to Aging Info Radio ~ AM 560 "Get it Togeher B4 It Falls Apart"

Tune in to Aging Info Radio...for Boomers & Seniors Aging but NOT Growing Old!
AM 560 The Answer
Saturday, May 4th at 6am CST
~~~Show Streams live @
www.AgingInfoRadio.com~~
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10 Tips to Keep the Brain Sharp

Click here to download our fact sheet.
  1. Stay Mentally Challenged. Seniors who engage in reading books or newspapers, doing crossword puzzles and word or card games, or who attend adult education classes may be more likely to ward off Alzheimer's as they age. Researchers at Columbia University in New York found that participation in intellectual and social activities among seniors was associated with fewer cases of Alzheimer's disease.
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10 Ways to Improve Your Brain Health

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  1. Do “neurobic” exercises to strengthen neural pathways. Certain cognitive exercises and brain games can create new associations between different brain parts, says neurobiologist Lawrence Katz of Duke University. Neurobics include getting dressed or showering in the dark, switching what you normally wear on one side to the other (e.g., put your watch or bracelet on your opposite wrist), using your opposite hand to brush your teeth, and cooking ethnic foods that you’ve never prepared before.
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Geriatric Care Management Chicagland: Tune In to Aging Info Radio ~ am 560WIND Saturday 6am cst ~~ August 18th for "GERIATRIC CARE MANAGEMENT TODAY"

Tune in to Aging Info Radio...for Boomers & Seniors Aging but NOT Growing Old, on AM 560WIND

Click
here to listen.

Saturday, August 18th at 6am cst

~~~Show Streams live @ www.560WIND.com~~
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