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Keynote speaker, Viki Kind, M.A., a clinical bioethicist, professional speaker, hospice volunteer, previous family caregiver and award winning author.

* There is no charge to attend; registration is required.
* No cost CEUs provided for nursing and social work.

 



 

Event offered three different dates / locations. Choose from the following:

Pasco County- March 21 (1 p.m. - 4 p.m.) 

Alzheimer's Association® Think About It: Dementia Care Conference.
 
First Baptist Church of New Port Richey, 6800 Trouble Creek Rd, New Port Richey  

Learn more 800-272-3900 or infofgc@alz.org. Register Today! 
 
Respite and refreshments provided; must RSVP.
Includes refreshments, educational opportunities and community resources. View flyer.

* For respite- request by March 1.

Highlands County- March 22 (9 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.) 

Alzheimer's Association® Think About It: Dementia Care Conference presented by Family Elder Law

First Presbyterian Church (Genesis Center) 218 E Belleview St., Lake Placid 
Learn more 800-272-3900 or infofgc@alz.org. Register Today!
 
Respite and lunch provided; must RSVP.
Includes lunch, educational opportunities, and a Resource and Educational health fair with various dementia care related providers such as community, home care, facility, care management, and medical services. Also, the Memory Mobile, a traveling office of the Alzheimer's Association Florida Gulf Coast Chapter will be available to provide dementia-related information and offer care consultations to the community. View flyer.

* For respite- request by March 1.



 

Polk County- March 23 (9 a.m.- 4 p.m.) 

Alzheimer's Association® Think About It: Dementia Care Conference presented by Family Elder Law

Highland Park Church (Family Ministry Building) 4730 Lakeland Highlands Rd 
Learn more 800-272-3900 or infofgc@alz.org. Register Today!
 
Respite and lunch provided; must RSVP.
Includes lunch, educational opportunities, and a Resource and Educational health fair with various dementia care related providers such as community, home care, facility, care management, and medical services. Also, the Memory Mobile, a traveling office of the Alzheimer's Association Florida Gulf Coast Chapter will be available to provide dementia-related information and offer care consultations to the community. View flyer.

* For respite- request by March 1.

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