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Caregiver Training Videos

How Can I Get My Loved One to STOP Driving?

Presenter:  Dr. Thomas Weiss

Always a difficult situation - you feel your loved one is no longer safe to operate a vehicle and they insist they are fine.This loss of independence can be devastating to many. How do you insist that your aging loved one...

Staying Independent Longer with Adaptive Equipment and Strengthening Exercises

Presenter:  Natasha Dinani - Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant

When mobility isn't what it used to be due to increased age, injuries from falls, or joint replacements - assistance may be needed to fulfill many of our activities of daily living.

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Sleep Problems in the Elderly

Presenter:  Dr. Thomas Weiss, Geriatric Psychologist

One-third of our life is spent sleeping - but sleep is much more than simply resting. Sleep is an important and essential element for a person's health and well being. A lack of regular sufficient...

Hidden Heroes: One Couple's Caregiving Story

Hidden Heroes brings vital attention to the untold stories of military caregivers and seeks solutions for the tremendous challenges and long-term needs they face.  This is the caregiving story of Roxana and Victor.  In 2009, Roxana's suddenly became a...

Who Decides When You Can't: Advance Directives

Presenter: Carol Bertsch - Elder Law Attorney, San Antonio, Texas

Attorney Carol Bertsch gives an overview of what older adults and their families should consider related to advance care planning. Her presentation provides a foundation for individuals...

Activities for Someone with Dementia Using a Shoe Shine Box

Coming up with age appropriate activities that give dementia patients purpose and meaning is difficult. This video offers a simple age appropriate activity using a shoe shine box. This is a great activity for family caregivers who are caring for someone...

Activities for Someone with Dementia Using Tupperware

Coming up with age appropriate activities that give dementia patients purpose and meaning is difficult. This video offers a simple age appropriate activity using Tupperware. This is a great activity for family caregivers who are caring for someone at...

Activities for Someone with Dementia Using a Pocketbook

Coming up with age appropriate activities that give dementia patients purpose and meaning is difficult. This video offers a simple age appropriate activity using a pocketbook. This is a great activity for family caregivers who are caring for someone at...

Activities for Someone with Dementia Using Dolls

Coming up with age appropriate activities that give dementia patients purpose and meaning is difficult. This video offers a simple age appropriate activity using dolls. This is a great activity for family caregivers who are caring for someone at home,...

Activities for Someone with Dementia Using a Tool Box

Coming up with age appropriate activities that give dementia patients purpose and meaning is difficult. This video offers a simple age appropriate activity using a tool box. This is a great activity for family caregivers who are caring for someone at...

Activities for Someone with Dementia Using Silverware

Coming up with age-appropriate activities that give dementia patients purpose and meaning is difficult. This video offers a simple age-appropriate activity using silverware. This is a great activity for family caregivers who are caring for someone at...

Activities for Someone with Dementia Using Paint Swatches or Paint Chips

Coming up with age-appropriate activities that give dementia patients purpose and meaning is difficult. This video offers a simple age-appropriate activity using paint chips or swatches from a hardware store. This is a great activity for family...

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