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Free Live Training for Families Who Have an Aging Parent with Memory Loss Presented by Dr. Leslie Kernisan

LeslieKernisanMD_MPH_2_CreditLeslieKernisanA rare opportunity for you this Thursday evening. Geriatrician Leslie Kernisan, MD is presenting a free webinar.

In Dr. K's words:

"Have you been worried about the safety or wellbeing of your parent with memory loss? Or felt frustrated, because they're refusing to consider the changes that seem necessary? Such as stopping driving? To help concerned families, I'm offering a FREE live online workshop, in which I'll explain what to do and what to say, to ease your parent into needed changes and help them be safer.

To learn more and save your seat, click here:
 

After this workshop, you'll be able to:
Talk to your parent about safety concerns -- in a way that reduces conflicts and promotes understanding
Get more of the help you need from your parent’s doctors and other professionals
Know why you shouldn’t always wait for your parent’s agreement -- and what to do instead
Use Dr. K's approach to help your parent with memory loss stop driving, or to address other needed safety changes.


PLUS:

Stay for the extra 30-minute Q&A session to get answers to your questions about your parent

Get a FREE PDF to help you know what to say to your parent with memory loss -- and what to STOP saying

Carol here: If you can make it, do yourself a favor and come!

The registration page for the free webinar:

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