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The Jung Center's Online Classroom

CCA July Lunch & Learn | My Friend Has Dementia. How Can I Help? (Online)

How do you maintain the special bond of friendship with someone suffering from dementia?

CCA July Lunch & Learn | My Friend Has Dementia. How Can I Help? (Online)
CCA July Lunch & Learn | My Friend Has Dementia. How Can I Help? (Online)

Time & Location

Jul 25, 2024, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

The Jung Center's Online Classroom

About the Event

How do you maintain the special bond of friendship with someone suffering from dementia? When someone we care about enters into cognitive decline, it’s natural for us to want to revisit the past, and to see our friend “back to normal” again. But what opportunities can open for us when we let our friends – and their new journey – lead us into new terrain? Join Sally Davis of Amazing Place and The Jung Center’s Community for Conscious Aging to learn about meaningful activities you can enjoy together, and uncover the importance of staying connected.

Sally S. Davis (RN, MSN) serves as the Connections Director for Amazing Place. In this role, she manages a myriad of programs which focus on caregiver and community education. She has developed and presented on a variety of topics that promote brain health, and is an UCLA Certified Memory Trainer, leading memory training courses for adults “north of 50.” Sally received her BSN from DePauw University and her Master’s in Mental Health Nursing from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville.

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