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Events & Training Calendar

Maintaining Services and Supports for People Living with Dementia and their Caregivers during COVID-19


Thursday, November 19, 2020
2:00 P.M. to 3:00 P.M. EST


Cost: Free


Format: Webinar


Where: Online/Web-based


Sponsored By:

Administration for Community Living (ACL)

Description:

Part Three of the Focus on COVID-19 & Dementia: Fall Webinar Series

The National Alzheimer’s and Dementia Resource Center (NADRC) is hosting a free webinar series on COVID-19 and dementia. Each webinar will focus on organizations that have pivoted their service delivery systems to continue serving and supporting people living with dementia and their caregivers during the pandemic.

COVID-19 presents unique challenges to persons living with dementia and their caregivers. Advanced age, underlying conditions, and cognitive decline put them at a greater risk of contracting the virus. Supportive services are essential for people living with dementia and their caregivers. This webinar will highlight the work of two ACL grantees that pivoted to continue caring for clients in innovative ways. Maria Ordonez will discuss methods used to continue adult day services and provide telehealth. Christine Jensen will share adjusted procedures used to continue work of a geriatric assessment clinic.



Registration:

Deadline to Register - November 19, 2020

Register at https://acl.gov/news-and-events/announcements/nadrc-covid-19-webinar-series or choose the website address link below. You must register separately for all three webinars in this series.

Contact For More Information:


Administration for Community Living (ACL)
Phone: 202-401-4634 (voice)
Web: Administration for Community Living (ACL)
(https://acl.gov/news-and-events/announcements/nadrc-covid-19-webinar-series)


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