Caring for the Caregiver (Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia Support Event)
This event is in the past.
The Healthier Black Elders Center is pleased to present: Caring for the Caregiver
Did you know approximately 53 million U.S. caregivers provide care to adults with a disability or illness?
Did you know about 15.7 million adult family members care for someone who has Alzheimer’s Disease or other dementia?
Health educators Sean Knurek and Holly Tiret from MSU-Extension will explore the many ways informal caregiving affects a caregiver’s mental and physical health. They will teach the importance of self-care for caregivers, practice strategies for self-care, and share resources for learning more about self-care strategies and benefits.
You can attend by Zoom Webinar or Conference Call
Online Video Webinar
1. You’ll need an email address and a computer.
2. You must register by going to the following website: https://bit.ly/HBEJuneCaregiving
3. You’ll receive a confirmation email with instructions to use Zoom video chat.
4. You’ll have the option to join Zoom by downloading it onto your computer or joining on the web
The “Join on the Web” option is simple and fast.
Please note that you will be muted and your video/image will not be displayed on-screen during the webinar. Only the presenters’ video will appear.
Telephone Conference Call
To listen with no video, just call 646-876-9923 When asked, enter Webinar ID# 977 5896 0748, then press the # key.
The Healthier Black Elders Center is part of the Wayne State University, Michigan State University, and University of Michigan Michigan Center for Urban African American Aging Research: A National Institute on Aging Grant Program.