Senior Care Authority and Sequoia Senior Solutions Presents Third Annual Living with Dementia Conference
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Senior Care Authority and Sequoia Senior Solutions Presents Third Annual Living with Dementia Conference

Livestream Event and Fundraiser to Benefit Walk to End Alzheimer's on Tuesday, September 21

PETALUMA, Calif., Sept. 17, 2021 // PRNewswire // - Senior Care Authority, a senior placement and eldercare consulting franchise, has partnered with Sequoia Senior Solutions, a leader in home care, to offer a roadmap of resources, including education and support for families, professionals and participants across the country whose lives are touched by dementia.

The virtual conference will be held on Tuesday, September 21 from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. PST. A $40 donation to the Walk to End Alzheimer's, will grant you full access to the online event that includes insightful perspectives from the following presenters:

  • Lisa Isbell, MA, CSA, Certified Dementia Practitioner - What My Kids Need to Know
  • Bridget Mackay, Estate Planning Attorney- It's Never Too Soon to Plan, Don't Let It be Too Late
  • Matt Gurwell, Founder of Beyond Driving with Dignity - Resolving the Complex Issues of Older Drivers
  • Cynthia Perthuis, CSA, CADDCT, CDP - Finding the Right Words: How to Have "The Talk"
  • John Wotring, Dementia Specialist, Owner of Primrose Special Alzheimer's Living - Breakthroughs in Dementia Medications
  • Jill Zimmerman, Activity Director, Clearwater of Sonoma Hills Holding on and Letting Go
  • Christi Keith - CEO, Anchor Hospice - Palliative Care vs. Hospice
  • Ariana Myers, Alzheimer's Association - Understanding and Responding to Dementia-Related Behavior
  • Gabriella Ambrosi, President, Sequoia Senior Solutions & Marcy Baskin, VP of Franchisee Support and Training, Senior Care Authority- Move or stay? Options in Senior Care

"By offering this as a live-streamed event, more people will be equipped with the info they need to make informed decisions, know all their options and how to best advocate for their loved ones or clients living with dementia," said Marcy Baskin, CSA, CDP and Vice President of Franchise Support and Training at Senior Care Authority. "Many of us have our own experiences with dementia and we know that no one should have to face this alone. This event is designed to relieve as much of the burden of unknowns, concerns and questions that arise and to provide a clear path to more resources."

SOURCE Senior Care Authority



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