Dementia Education 101 at The Gardens

The Gardens at Qualicum Beach will be hosting Dementia Education 101 for Families.

The Gardens at Qualicum Beach will be hosting Dementia Education 101 for Families.

This is a free session for anyone touched by dementia, presented by Karen Tyrell, CDP, CPCA, a dementia consultant and the author of Cracking the Dementia Code.

Come learn how to uncover the meaning behind the behaviours through detective work such as seeking the Ph. A.C.T.S. and learn through creative approaches and communication techniques.

In this session, you will learn new ways to communicate with your loved ones, and learn tools and methods to address changed behaviors.

This is an RSVP event and space is limited so please phone The Gardens reception at 250-752-2818 ext 0 to reserve your spot.

— NEWS Staff/The Gardens

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