Join us for a discussion about living well with dementia!
Whether you have recently received a diagnosis of dementia, are embarking on the journey of supporting a loved one, or are just interested in learning more about the experience of living with dementia, Dementia Conversations is a place for you! Join us in a friendly space where no expertise is necessary and where there are no bad questions. While we may not know the answer, as the experience of living with dementia is varied and diverse, we will share our experiences and perspectives, and we look forward to hearing your views as well!
Join national dementia advocate Chuck McClatchey and family care partner Jennifer Carson to talk openly and honestly about what it means to live with dementia and explore ideas for living well.
Mondays from 10:00 – 11:30 AM PT
Join national dementia advocate Nancy Nelson and family care partner Kat Hartley to talk openly and honestly about what it means to live with dementia and explore ideas for living well.
Fridays from 1:00 – 2:30 PM PT
Our Guiding Beliefs
There are tremendous benefits to seeing dementia from a social/relational perspective, and not just a biomedical view.
It is important to proactively anticipate and support the needs and well-being of people living with dementia and care partners.
It is possible to live well with dementia, so long as people have opportunities for meaningful engagement.
People who are living with dementia have important contributions to make in their own lives, the lives of loved ones, and within their communities. They are the true experts on the experience of living with dementia.
There is immense value in hearing and considering diverse perspectives. With different views at the table, we can develop new insights and learn together.
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Want to know what to expect from Dementia Conversations?
Here’s a sample!