Jul 13, 2016

Family Carer Support: Dementia Education and Training

Are you a family carer looking for more information to help you understand dementia, along with tips and strategies?

Carers Victoria offers carer workshops and educational programs to help carers andCarer Support Groupsenhance their knowledge about how to best support themselves and the people they care for. See our upcoming education workshops here or browse our new Carer Support Group education workshop and program over view here to book in a session.

Dementia Program

A four-week program for caring families who are supporting a person living with dementia. Practical, interactive and offers clear take home strategies for carers.

When:

Part 1, Dementia – myths and realities, Friday 15 July
Part 2, Behaviours of concern, Friday 22 July
Part 3, Communication techniques, Friday 29 July
Part 4, Problem solving and activities, Friday 5 August

Sessions run from 10am–1pm. #3416
Phone:1800 242 636 to register
Where:Carers Victoria, Level 1, 37 Albert Street, Footscray

Enduring Powers of Attorney

This is an information session only, it does not provide legal advice. The term legal capacity will be defined as well as the types of Enduring Powers of Attorney.
Administration and Guardianship of the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) will be outlined.
The information provided in this session was sourced from the Office of the Public Advocate and Legal Aid Victoria.
Written resources will be provided.

When:

Tuesday 26 July , 10am–12pm, quote #3367
Where:Training room, Carers Victoria, Level 1, 37 Albert Street, Footscray

For more information and to book online Or please call 1800 242 636 or email:education@carersvictoria.org.au.

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