Thank you for your interest in the free Dealing with Dementia training for family caregivers created by the Rosalynn Carter Institute on Caregiving. This training will be presented virtually through a Zoom meeting format. You can access the training on a computer or tablet. If you don't have internet access at your home, please identify a location that has internet access well ahead of the training. You might contact your local library, county senior center, faith community or local school for internet access.
As part of this free training, you will receive a 360-page guide along with information about local and state caregiver resources. You will receive the guide in the mail prior to the training. By signing up for the training, you are committing to participating in the entire training that will last 3 to 3.5 hours (including breaks).
Please review the available slots below and click on the button beside the one date that works best for you. Then click on the "submit and sign up" button to complete registration. There are a limited number of slots. The registration confirmation email and an email with the Zoom meeting link will come from SignUpGenius. If you don't see the email in your inbox, please check your email spam folder. If you have any questions, please contact Helen Matheny at [email protected] or 304-541-4840.
This training is being presented by WV CARES about Families Living with Dementia, an initiative of the West Virginia University Health Science Center, with key partners including AARP West Virginia, Alzheimer's Association WV, the West Virginia Bureau of Senior Services, the West Virginia Council of Churches and the West Virginia Parkinson's Network. The project is funded through the generous support of the Claude W. Benedum Foundation.
|| Helen Matheny