I’m speaking at the Creative Aging Festival in Edmunds on April 29th. I’ll be presenting from 1:45-3pm. Go to www.creativeagefestival.org for more information. I hope to see you there!
This workshop for caregivers/carepartners and family members of persons with Parkinsons (PWP) will cover some of the challenges and opportunities associated with helping your PWP to remain independent within their PD diagnosis. This is a chance for carepartners to explore respecting independence and recognizing their need for safety and control.
To find out more information go to https://nwpf.org/participate/events/2016-hope-conference%C2%AE/
Sunday, October 30th – 4:00-5:00 PM at the new Trail’s End Bookstore in Winthrop, WA
What is normal aging and what signals a disease? In this talk you will learn the changes that happen naturally as you age. You will also identify the most common signs of memory problems caused by diseases such as Alzheimer’s.
Wednesday October 19, 2016 6-7pm
Aegis of Queen Anne at Rodgers Park
Call Joan Rettmann at 206-387-4134 to find out more
In this talk you will:
• Learn effective ways to communicate that reduce resistance
• Understand how boundaries make you a better caregiver
• Leave with a tool to reduce anxiety
• Discover the power your thoughts have on your ability to act
In this 1 hour presentation for professionals, Dr Tornatore gives you six methods to help the caregivers you work with reduce their stress. You will leave with easy to remember tools to offer caregivers to establish healthy boundaries, take time for themselves, reduce worry and resentment, know when to take action and when to take a deep breath and let it go. Dr. Tornatore’s clients have become happier and BETTER caregivers by using these tools.
Date and Time: July 20th 8-9 am
Location: With A Little Help, Inc. 2021 Minor Avenue East, Suite A, Seattle, WA 98102
Call (206) 352-7399 to register.
Northwest Hospital and Medical Center