Effective Communication, both verbal and non verbal, is essential to
quality care. The breakdown in communication between a person with
Alzheimer's disease and his or her caregiver leads to frustration. For
caregivers, living with a person who no longer remembers them and their
relationship can be hurtful. Understanding the language and communication
problems that occur with Alzheimer's disease can help caregivers develop
realistic expectations and improve communication as the diesease
progresses. In the class we will go over tips and techniques for effective
communication and what to expect in communication changes in each stage of
Date: Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019
Time: 1 - 3 pm
Location: Newark Public Library
101 W Main St, Newark
Class Facilitator: Emily Bruner, LPN
Cost: Free for all Licking County residents age 60 or older.
Donations are appreciated from non-Licking County residents and those
under age 60.
Registration: Please call (740) 345-5190 to register so that we may
ensure that sufficient handout materials will be available.