Date(s) - 20 Feb, 2020
Help FOR ALZHEIMER’S FAMILIES
A dementia diagnosis and care plan is highly individualized. Everyone impacted by the disease responds differently and processes emotions and challenges in unique ways. After a diagnosis, it can be challenging for some to move away from denial to living a life filled with hope.
Learning how to move from ‘Why me?’ to “What’s next?’ can truly be life-changing for someone living with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia. Next Thursday, 2/20 I have the pleasure of chatting with Rev. Dr. Cynthia Huling Hummel about her personal Alzheimer’s journey and how she’s turned her diagnosis into advocacy and art.
Cynthia will share how she positively expresses her emotions through art by creating beautiful masks that portray her passion, struggles, and truths about living with Alzheimer’s. I encourage you to look up Cynthia’s book: Unmasking Alzheimer’s: The Memories Behind the Masks for inspiration and insight into how and what you or your loved one might be feeling throughout the various stages of dementia.
One of Cynthia’s masks
Join us for our next #CaregiverChats: Moving from ‘Why Me?’ to ‘What’s Next? on Thursday, February 20 at 1pm ET. Register now to view the chat as a webinar or watch live on the Remember for Alzheimer’s Facebook page.
Cynthia and I will be taking your questions live. Or, if you prefer, email me: firstname.lastname@example.org and I will do my best to answer. You can also post your questions in our Facebook event and receive updates about #CaregiverChats.
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To join the webchat, register here: