8/29/2017 – Kingston Residence of Marion is hosting a workshop to help families start the conversation with a family member or loved one with Alzheimer’s disease. Do you struggle with how to have a conversation with family members and your loved one who has Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia? Bob Goyer, Community Relations Director and Susan Coolbaugh, Memory Care Director, will lead a workshop to help families on how to start the conversation in the early stages of decline and as the disease progresses.
The workshop will include insights, tips and easy to use guidelines on having conversations about topics such as medical care wishes, end-of-life wishes and how to be their advocate. The workshop takes place August 30th from 1:00pm-2:00pm in the activities room. To register, contact Bob at 740 389-2311 or email@example.com
In 1989, Kingston HealthCare was founded on the simple notion that outstanding people, gathered for a common good, can make a tremendous contribution by helping people age with dignity and respect. Kingston provides 14 communities of choice throughout the United States for independent living and assisted living, skilled nursing, rehabilitation, and memory care. Valuing the virtues of honesty, sincerity, respectfulness and concern for the elderly residents, patients and their families we serve, Kingston has a proven track record that is as wide as the spectrum of care. Visit www.kingstonhealthcare.com for more information.
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