Ready, Set, Holiday!
We celebrated Giving Tuesday this year by Getting Ready! We had four great panels and presentations as we shared more about getting ready for the holidays - and caregiving throughout the year!
Getting Ready at Sterling: Insight’s New Space!
Take a tour of our new Loudoun Early Stage Center with Executive Director, Anita Irvin. Get a sneak peek before programs start up, and learn more about what will be happening at our new Sterling location!
Getting Ready for Caregiving: What to Watch for with Aging Parents
You’ve just visited family for Thanksgiving – should I be concerned about mom? Join us for a panel discussion with Chantelle DiLorenzo, The Geller Law Group; David Posner, Homecare.com; and Lindsey Vajpeyi, Insight Memory Care Center, as we discuss warning signs, early conversations to have, and steps to take if you notice signs of memory loss in a loved one.
Getting Ready for the Ride: Preparing for the Caregiving Journey
Caregiving can be an emotional rollercoaster, but if you’re prepared for the journey, you can better enjoy the ride. Join Insight Memory Care Center as we share resources to help you learn more about the diagnosis, and educate family and friends along the way.
Getting Ready for the Holidays: Making the Season Enjoyable
When a loved one is living with memory impairment, the holiday season can look a little different – but it doesn’t have to be less joyful! Join us for a panel discussion with Delores Athey, Capital City Nurses; Anita Irvin, Insight Memory Care Center; Pam Reynolds, Atlas Law; and Heather Suri, Pathways in Aging, as we discuss tips and considerations to make the holidays enjoyable for everyone.
Looking for More Tips?
When holiday traditions have to be adjusted for a loved on with dementia, it can be hard to – well – adjust! With a few simple tweaks and managing expectations, the holiday season really can be enjoyable for everyone. Download 12 Ways to Enjoy the Holidays - we hope these ideas can help you create a happy holiday season!
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