Introduction to Dementia

Learn more about Dementia in this Webinar so you can give better care with ease and less stress.

LEARN MORE


Date

25th of some month

Time

10:00-11:00h

Price

FREE

Location

Online via Zoom

What you're about to learn..

  • What is dementia and what is the difference between Alzheimer's disease?
  • What are the risk factors for dementia?
  • What can you do to reduce the risk of dementia?
  • The basis needed to manage stressful informal care moments

By the end of this webinar,

you will:

  • You will understand better what it is like to live with dementia
  • You know what you can do yourself to reduce the risk of dementia
  • You will feel more empowered in your caregiving
  • Including a LIVE Q&A session with Naomi, MD


 It's not the load that breaks you down. It's the way you carry it. 

Introduction to Dementia

As a dementia caregiver, you might feel lost and alone or like no one understands what you're going through.

There are several types of dementia and the disease progresses differently for everyone

You may be facing a roller-coaster of emotions, ranging from despair and anxiety to anger and frustration,

all while trying to balance the demands of caregiving with other responsibilities, such as your family or career.

Fortunately, there are many excellent resources for dementia caregivers - many of them are completely free of charge,

like this free webinar that I'll be sharing with you.

FREE LIVE WEBINAR

There are only four kinds of people in the world.
Those who have been caregivers. Those who are currently caregivers.
Those who will be caregivers, and those who will need a caregiver.

Learning about dementia makes caring easier 

 Dealing with someone with dementia is difficult and you need to know that everything will change.

Dementia is expected to become the number one cause of death by 2040. Unfortunately, here in school, we don't learn about this disease, nor how it can lower the chances of getting it. Nor do we teach what to do or should do if an ageing loved one has signs of dementia. You may have heard of this disease, but you don't really know what it is. 

“Something about becoming forgetful”. 

The odds of people aged 85 and over developing dementia are about 1 in 2, so you will probably have to deal with it sooner or later. Informal carers have different motives for caring for a person with dementia. 

The main reason is to take care of them out of love and affection. About half of the carers see this role as their duty.

Dealing with all the circumstances that involve a person with dementia can be challenging and stressful. 

During this webinar, you will receive easily understandable information about dementia. Subsequent training then contains easy-to-implement action steps to make your life and that of the person with dementia happier and healthier.

Introduction to Dementia

Learn the secrets of how to give care happier, more meaningful and with less stress with Amazing 8 steps to Happy Caregiving

Watch FREE Live Webinar

50%
Join us for free
SIGN ME UP

LIVE

This event is LIVE. There is no recording.

Q&A

Ask anything you want.

Online

This training is online via Zoom. Log in from any computer or telephone.

I'm your host Dr Naomi

Hi, I'm Naomi a general practitioner in The Netherlands, bestselling author, and location manager of the caregiving organization ZorgMies Maastricht. (read more..)

I help people with dementia and their caregivers (or family and friends) to achieve a healthier and happier life. I offer simple and clear information about dementia & empower caregivers.

I believe that more happiness in the lives of caregivers and those with dementia must be pursued.

See you on my Webinar

Monday
22-11-'16
11:30

It is not how much you do, but how much love you put into the doing

It's time to rediscover yourself, believe in your own power, and get back the energy you deserve.

What other people say about this webinar

These slides will be slide-able on the live version of your page!
Chieko El-Jisri - Author of A Patient's Perspective
In this powerful course, Dr. Naomi Dongelmans applies the BALANCE method through simple tools that anyone can use with ease. These valuable tools can help open up your heart, lighten your caring responsibility, and reinvigorate your way of life and that of your loved one.
Ms. Nameless
Add Your Stars
Dr. Andrea Maxim, ND - Author of Maximized Health
Caring for people with dementia can be overwhelming and stressful. Thankfully, Dr. Naomi Dongelmans offers simple and straightforward information that empowers caregivers to have a positive and harmonious relationship with those that they care for.
Ms. Nameless
Add Your Stars
Emelie Watson - Author of I Found the Fountain of Youth and the Pot of Gold

This course proves to be a blessing for caregivers of people with dementia. You get to learn about a lot of factors that you are probably not aware of just yet. Dr. Naomi Dongelmans talks about how good nutrition can help people with dementia to live a longer and healthier life, and how it can also make their caregivers more dedicated and capable. It is truly inspirational.

Ms. Nameless
Add Your Stars
Suzanne Miles - Author of Fork It
Reinvigorated Caregivers helps create a better world by making people with dementia and their caregivers happier and healthier. It provides an important lesson on the positive effects of integrating physical activities with beneficial food choices along with music and movement to make life enjoyable and worth living.
Ms. Nameless
Add Your Stars