|The Alzheimer’s Association has shared some really excellent information with me for Faith Communities. I believe you will find this information extremely valuable in serving both the member with memory loss but also the family and caregivers. Click on any of the below descriptions and you will be directed to the entire fact sheet.|
Meeting the Spiritual Needs of Persons with Dementia – Ideas to spiritually nurture persons with dementia.
Dealing with Alzheimer’s: A Spiritual Approach to Coping – The spiritual aspects can making coping with Alzheimer’s Disease much easier.
Caring Techniques for People with Alzheimer’s Disease – Hints for more effective, less stressful care.
Tips for Communicating with a Person with Alzheimer’s Disease or Other Memory Loss Problems – Ways to effectively and less stressfully communicate.
Caregiving: How to Ask for Help – hints and tips for asking others for help with the caregiving tasks.
What is Care Consultation? – A service offered by the Alzheimer’s Association.
Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease – Steps in Diagnosing are outlined along with the types of diagnoses.
Easy Ways Religious Leaders & Congregations Can Help an Alzheimer’s Family & Caregiver – Hints that are helpful to the families.
10 Easy Ways to Help and Alzheimer’s Family – General ways of being helpful to the family.
Early Stage Resources – A starting point for more education
Mid Stage Resources – A starting point for more education for this phase of disease
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|Seeking Members to Serve on the Advisory Committee on Aging|
The Arrowhead Regional Development Commission (ARDC) is seeking persons to serve on the Advisory Committee on Aging.
The Committee guides the activites of the Arrowhead Area Agency on Aging. Persons age 60+ are especially encouraged to apply.
For more information or for an application, contact Kara Edwards at 218-529-7520
|A collection of VHS and DVD videos, books, resource manuals, computer CD-ROM software and|
simulations are available for checkout by contacting the Arrowhead Area Agency on Aging in Duluth,
Minnesota. Many of these resources were purchased through federal grants, some were donated and
others have been purchased with other local or state monies. Click here to view the catalog
|Care Consultant Services