Strengthen Your Mind Training

Addressing the Unique Needs and Capabilities of People with Early Memory Loss

Speaker(s): Kristin Einberger and Janelle Sellick

Learn how to address the unique needs and abilities of people with early memory loss! Through case studies, personal stories, and hands-on activities, participants will learn how the social and educational needs of people with early memory loss differ from people with moderate or advanced dementia. The interactive, one-day seminar will inspire participants, leaving them prepared to enhance existing services for people with early memory loss and/or develop new programming specific to this population.

For more advanced participants, additional days of training focus on planning, developing, facilitating, and funding a social and educational program specifically for people with early memory loss. Group activities, lecture, and role play will teach participants how to

  • market a program for people with early memory loss
  • plan and facilitate program activities
  • provide ancillary services for family members and friends of program members
  • form collaborative relationships with community organizations

The seminar’s detailed information and strategies will enable participants to successfully implement a social and educational program in their community.

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Related book: Strengthen Your Mind: Activities for People with Early Memory Loss, Volume One

Seminar length:  1-5 days

Number of participants:  5-100

Who will benefit from this seminar:  social workers, psychologists, and other mental health professionals working with older adults; staff-especially activity directors-at senior centers, adult day centers, and assisted living facilities; and staff of caregiver support agencies

Seminar fee:
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1 day: $2100, 2 days: $3300, 3 days: $4620, 4 days: $5940, 5 days: $7260

These speakers also offer a seminar specifically onmemory improvement strategies.