Help for dementia caregivers
The following recordings are excerpts from dementia education presentations offered by Hospice of the Valley.
Join us for a 3-part general overview of the most common types of dementia and how progressive brain changes impact thinking, functioning, and behaviors.
This is a 4-part overview on behavioral expressions serving as a form of communication which often indicate the person living with dementia is experiencing discomfort in body, mind and/or spirit. We will explore methods to decode that language of distress and to maximize comfort and quality of life.
This is a 3-part series. Discover person-centered approaches to meaningfully connect with the person living with dementia using sensory and spiritual strategies that can optimize quality of life.
This is a 3-part series. Let’s discuss evidence-based approaches for using individualized music to optimize the well-being of persons living with dementia and their care partners.
This is a 3-part series. Grief and loss are common experiences for dementia care partners. The discussion will share research around this topic and offer evidence-based strategies for healthy coping.
This is a 3-part series. Mindfulness meditation practices will be woven together with dementia caregiving tips. Audio versions of mindfulness meditations will be offered for participants to practice at home.
This is a 4-part series. A collaboration between hospice of the Valley and the Alzheimer’s Association.
Our own Dr. Gill Hamilton is highlighted by ASU for being a leader in meeting the tremendous challenges of bringing quality educational experiences to students during the pandemic. The video credits her with designing and delivering excellent learning opportunities by imagining new concepts, catalyzing ideas and forming new solutions to create positive change for humanity.
This type of care is ideal for patients who have any stage of Alzheimer's or another type of dementia.
We provide specialized care for those with Alzheimer's or another dementia who are nearing end of life.
Learn about respite services and how Hospice of the Valley can help you take care of a loved one with dementia.