The Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan invites family and friends of people with dementia, or people affected by dementia, to attend their upcoming session, “Adjusting Your Attitude Towards Grief and Loss,” on Tuesday, April 2 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Nuelle Novik, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Social Work at the University of Regina will discuss the unique challenges related to grief and loss faced by caregivers and families of people with dementia.
Attendees will explore the multiple losses and anticipatory grief processes that impact those who experience and witness the progression of this disease.
The Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan is committed to helping those affected by dementia across the province. Along with resource centres in Regina and Saskatoon, we partner with Telehealth Saskatchewan to deliver Learning Series presentations throughout Saskatchewan.
Join this Learning Series throughout the province by registering online at www.alzheimer.ca/sk or by calling your local health region’s Telehealth Coordinator. Please call the Alzheimer Society at 1-800-263-3367 if you need help locating your Telehealth Coordinator.
The Alzheimer Society Learning Series continues on Tuesday, May 7 with, “It Doesn’t Help to Spin your Wheels…Providing day-to-day care for someone with dementia.” Alzheimer Society First Link Coordinator Evangeline Patkau will provide attendees with strategies and approaches to caregiving in the middle stages of the disease.
The Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan is the province’s leading dementia care and research charity. We provide Help for Today through our programs and services for people living with dementia and Hope for Tomorrow by funding research to find a cause and cure.
For more information about the Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan, please visit www.alzheimer.ca/sk or call 1-800-263-3367.