The Villas at Stanford Ranch Hosts Free Event for Dementia Caregivers

September 13, 2019 / Senior Living Community
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The Villas at Stanford Ranch Hosts Free Event for Dementia Caregivers

Caring for a loved one with dementia isn’t easy. The majority of dementia caregivers experience emotional stress and physical pain as a result of their responsibilities.

Of the approximately 16 million people who are caring for someone with some form of dementia, 68% of them will pass away while caring for their loved one primarily due to the overwhelming stress that often accompanies dementia care.

A Loving Approach to Dementia Care

The Villas at Stanford Ranch is welcoming author and dementia expert Laura Wayman for a free event for dementia caregivers on October 5, 2019.

Ms. Wayman brings hope, purpose and meaning to the challenges that these caregivers face. 

At this event, Ms. Wayman will share “creative interventions”, a clear understanding of what dementia is, what it is not, and a specialized tried and true form of communication for those who are suffering with Alzheimer’s or other type of dementia symptoms. 

This presentation is targeted to touch the hearts of caregivers, families, senior care professionals and the entire community.

The event is open to the public and free to attend. 

The material will provide the opportunity to feel a full range of emotions, from tears to laughter, and comfortably relate to sometimes serious and disturbing information, leaving those in attendance with a new sense of confidence, purpose and direction.

Please join us for:

A Loving Approach to Dementia Care 

  • October 5, 2019
  • 2pm
  • The Villas at Stanford Ranch
  • 1430 W Stanford Ranch Road, Rocklin, CA 95765

 

Expert Advice for Dementia Caregivers

“My mission as “The Dementia Whisperer” and as an internationally recognized dementia care expert is to change the world in the way in which all memory care services are provided to those who suffer from various memory care impairments. I want to give meaning and purpose to those diagnosed with dementia or memory impairment—as well as give families a peace of mind and understanding that there is enhanced quality of life for, as well as improved quality of relationships, with their loved ones.” - Laura Wayman

Dementia caregivers are in intensive, demanding care situations. Many are in need of greater support and resources. 

Please join us for this free event to receive expert support and resources to help as you care for a loved one with dementia.


For more information about this event, please call us at (916) 741-7050 or see our Facebook event page.

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