The disAbility Resource Center and the Alzheimer's Association in Fredericksburg are sponsoring a series of FREE informational training sessions for community members and professionals on local programs, services, and agencies
The disAbility Resource Center and the Alzheimer’s Association in Fredericksburg are sponsoring a series of FREE informational training sessions for community members and professionals on local programs, services, and agencies that focus on people with disabilities and other chronic diseases. Sessions will be held the first Wednesday of the month at the dRC from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. To register, link to Quality Connections.
The schedule for sessions is:
Feb 5 Introduction to the Alzheimer’s Association and the disAbility Resource Center
Mar 4 I Have a Disability, Now What?
Apr 1 Healthy Mind, Healthy Body
May 6 Medicaid Long-Term Care Waivers
Jun 3 10 Warning Signs of Dementia
Jul 1 Understanding Dementia & Alzheimer’s
Aug 5 Deaf and Hard of Hearing Programs, Equipment and Apps
Sept 2 5 Wishes – Develop a Living Will with a Heart and Soul
Oct. 7 Address the Stress – Compassion Fatigue and Burn Out
Presenters are Lori Myers, Regional Director of the Alzheimer’s Assoc.; Tennie Gratz, Long Term Care Medicaid Specialist with the dRC; Kim Lett, Program Manager and Deputy Director of the dRC; andRebecca Bennett, Deaf and Hard of Hearing Coordinator at the dRC.
(Wednesday) 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
disAbility Resource Center
409 Progress St.
Future Event Times in this Repeating Event Series
september 2, 2020 10:30 am