Our educational workshops provide practical information and resources to family and professional caregivers. Workshops are designed for interactive learning in small-group settings, such as caregiver support groups or family gatherings, but may be adapted for use in larger groups.
Please contact us for details about the following workshops:
• Especially for primary family caregivers, encouraging rest and self-care, with a special focus on coping with ambiguous loss and complicated grief.
• How to involve family members and friends on the Alzheimer’s journey.
• Using techniques of improvisational comedy to better engage with people who have Alzheimer’s.
• Tips on planning family gatherings to celebrate holidays and life events.
With your help, we plan to train and equip people across the nation. By directly addressing the need of primary family caregivers, we hope to reduce stress, strengthen connections, and keep families connected during the Alzheimer’s journey.
Sheryl and Eric sharing with a group in 2017
Sheryl’s brother Larry and his wife, Kathe, visiting Trish as well as Eric and Sheryl in 2016
Eric guiding his friend Brad during an improvisational comedy exercise in 2017
Trish on her 80th birthday in 2019 with her granddaughter Mary