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How to Have Difficult Conversations with Aging Parents

Covenant Presbyterian Church - Kapperman-Williams Hall 2881 Canton Road, Marietta, GA, United States

Talking with aging parents about their legal and financial issues, driving, and independent living can be challenging for many adult children. Rationally, we know these are meaningful conversations to reduce uncertainty and minimize conflict for everyone. Emotionally, however, we may be concerned that our parents will think we are trying to take control of their […]

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Communicating with Someone Living with Alzheimer’s & Other Dementia

Covenant Presbyterian Church - Kapperman-Williams Hall 2881 Canton Road, Marietta, GA, United States

Enhance communication with your loved one with dementia. As language skills fade, gestures and behaviors remain vital. Discover how these changes affect health, safety, and quality of life. Join our program to learn effective strategies, enter their world, and maintain meaningful connections. Empower yourself to respond to their needs with compassion and confidence. Program Presenter: […]

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Residential Options When Home No Longer Meets Your Parents’ Needs

Covenant Presbyterian Church - Kapperman-Williams Hall 2881 Canton Road, Marietta, GA, United States

As parents age, they may face a need and/or desire to change their housing arrangements, such as needing to move to a new residence that is more accessible and/or with more substantial medical and assistive services. This can be a stressful time for everyone! Every community and family situation is unique. This introductory program will […]

Funding Sources as Loved Ones Need More Care

Covenant Presbyterian Church - Kapperman-Williams Hall 2881 Canton Road, Marietta, GA, United States

Many older adults, as well as their families, experience stress and anxiety regarding the cost of medical and long-term care. A nagging question is often, “If additional care is needed, either because of illness, accident, or decline, and lengthy hospitalization, in-home care, and/or long-term care in a residential facility are needed, how do we pay […]

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