dementia

Facing the reality that a loved one may be suffering from dementia is difficult, but getting the right care doesn’t have to be.

Understandably, there may be a lot of questions and concerns, not to mention the unwelcomed stress of the Covid-19 pandemic. First of all, what are the signs? It can be hard to pinpoint the condition, what to expect as the disease progresses, and how to find the proper specialists and physicians.

All of these questions and more will be answered during Schneps Media’s upcoming webinar, “Dementia Care: Understanding care options and pro-active planning”, on Feb. 16 at 11 a.m.

A dementia diagnosis is difficult and confusing, not only for those suffering from it but the people around them, too. The webinar will feature expert speakers to help guide your understanding of the important steps to take.

Aaron E. Futterman, a law partner for Futterman, Lanza & Pasculli LLP, will help explain the various legal concerns, such as the costs of proper care, and will dive into issues relating to how to legally protect yourself from a health and financial perspective.

Julie Wexler, the director of business development for The Bristal Assisted Living, will speak about the proper environment for senior loved ones and considerations for living care, whether it is at home or another option.

Other topics will include the ever-changing Covid-19 pandemic and related concerns. To get all the info you need, register here for “Dementia Care: Understanding care options and pro-active planning.”

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