- In-Person Only
- Atlanta Chapter
- Hickory Foothills Chapter
- Centre County Chapter
- Cape Fear Chapter
- Winston-Salem Chapter
- Town Square Sandy Springs Adult Day & Alzheimers Resource Ctr
- Catawba County Library, Main Branch, Newton
- Centre Region Active Adult Center – Nittany Mall
- Cape Fear – First Baptist Church Activities Center
- Highland Presbyterian Church, Activity Building
- Calvary Baptist – Harvest Fields
- Sandy Springs
- State College
- All Day
This program will help you gain a better understanding of what dementia is and how it may affect your loved one. Learn how best to approach diagnosis, the next steps to care, and create a care team and solvent care plan.
This program is designed to help adult children understand Alzheimer’s disease and other age-related types of dementia so they can help their parents manage these diseases and choose the resources and supports that best help their aging parents and themselves.
This program will help adult-children understand movement and mobility challenges as loved ones age and offer specific and practical tips for preventing falls in the home and in the community.
Most caregivers find themselves mentally, physically, and spiritually exhausted at some point. Learn to recognize the signs of "compassion fatigue", find balance, and learn some strategies and resources for taking care of yourself so you can continue to care for your lo...
This program will provide adult-children with practical tips and tools to use for gathering information when visiting aging parents, along with strategies for holding conversations with siblings and other family members about needs and services. In addition, this progra...
People needing services for themselves or an aging loved one do not always know when or where to begin or even what kind of help is available. The process of finding help can be stressful, overwhelming and confusion. AgeWell Atlanta can be the aging service concierge yo...
This program will help adult children to understand Veteran Affairs programs that may benefit their aging parents so that they be more informed advocates for their aging parents’ health and medical care and service coverage.
This program will provide adult-children with practical tips and tools to use for gathering information when visiting aging parents, along with strategies for holding conversations with siblings and other family members.
Learn about residential options and resources available to people in your community as they age, along with issues to consider and questions to ask, regardless of where you are on your caregiving journey.