Join us for the first of a three-part caregiver series: “A Life Worth Living” featuring Dr. John Zeisel, founder of The Hearthstone Institute.
One of the greatest challenges of at-home caregiving for a loved one with memory loss involves communication. Many caregivers wonder: How do I let my loved one know I still care? What should I say and how should I say it so that I am being loving and understanding of the situation?
Join us to learn how you can implement techniques from Hearthstone’s signature memory care program, I’m Still Here®, to enhance communication as you care for someone with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia.
About Dr. John Zeisel
Dr. Zeisel, internationally renowned memory care expert, founded The Hearthstone Institute in 1992 and is the president of the I’m Still Here® Foundation. Dr. Zeisel has been a recognized leader in the field of Alzheimer’s care for nearly 20 years. The Hearthstone Institute receives more National Institute of Health® funding for non-pharmacological therapy approaches than any other foundation in the country – not only for Alzheimer’s disease – but for all diseases. Dr. Zeisel received a doctorate in sociology from Columbia University and a Loeb Fellowship from Harvard’s Graduate School of Design in the 1970s.
Please call 412.205.6556 to register to attend.