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For those who are experiencing their first holiday after the loss of a loved one, emotions can be overwhelming. Pathways of Hope at Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton and Ohio’s Hospice
For those who are experiencing their first holiday after the loss of a loved one, emotions can be overwhelming. Pathways of Hope at Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton and Ohio’s Hospice of Butler & Warren Counties offers a grief support program for families experiencing grief during the holidays.
“Hope for the Holidays” is open to any member of the community who has lost a loved one. The program will be held at the Community Room at Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton on:
- Thursday, December 1, 7-8 pm
- Monday, December 5, 7-8 pm
Another session is slated for Monday, Nov. 28 from 7-8 pm at Ohio’s Hospice of Butler & Warren Counties Team and Staff Center, 5940 Long Meadow Drive, Franklin.
Due to limited seating, reservations are required with a deadline of November 21, 2016 or until capacity is reached, whichever comes first. To make reservations, call (937) 258-4991.
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November 28 (Monday) 7:00 pm - December 5 (Monday) 8:00 pm
December 27: Session 10 How to Manage Difficult Behaviors (plus Repetition and Hoarding Behaviors) Do You Have a Loved One Suffering from Alzheimer’s Many families try to deal with Alzheimer’s and dementia care challenges
December 27: Session 10 How to Manage Difficult Behaviors (plus Repetition and Hoarding Behaviors)
Do You Have a Loved One Suffering from Alzheimer’s
Many families try to deal with Alzheimer’s and dementia care challenges while keeping loved ones at home. These educational sessions will focus on practical techniques for home caregivers to improve quality of care for people with dementia, as well as reduce the stress on caregivers.
The program series will consist of 12 sessions (1 hour each) using the science of cognitive ergonomics and neuroscience research to improve the quality of life for people with Alzheimer’s and dementia. The sessions will take place at Hospice of Dayton and will be presented by Dr. Govind Bharwani, a nationally recognized expert in Alzheimer’s and dementia care. Dr. Bharwani’s work has received six national awards for its impact on reducing medications for agitation and challenging behaviors.
Each session will be held one Tuesday each month from 6:00 – 7:00 PM.
The Educational Sessions are Free
As a result of the collaboration of Wright State University, Hospice of Dayton and the Greater Dayton Brain Health Foundation, sessions are offered at no cost to caregivers. These classes are designed for caregivers. There are no professional credits attached.
About the Presenter
Dr. Govind Bharwani is the Co-Director of Ergonomics and Alzheimer’s Care at Wright State University (WSU) in Dayton, OH. He earned his Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from WSU and has consulted for more than 100 organizations in the application of ergonomics and Alzheimer’s care. Dr. Bharwani has effectively applied the science of ergonomics and neuroscience research to improve the quality of life for people with Alzheimer’s in long-term care facilities across the nation. His innovative program called Behavior-Based Ergonomics Therapy (BBET) has received six national awards. Dr. Bharwani received the 2012 Leaders of Tomorrow Award from Long-Term Living magazine and the 2014 Public Service Award from the American College of Health Care Administrators (ACHCA).
(Tuesday) 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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