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PD University: The Caregiver's Toolbox

Tuesday July 15, 2014 - 12:00PM
Downtown Seattle Public Library 1000 4th Avenue Seattle, WA 98104

Caring for an older adult or aging parent?  Confused about what you should be thinking about or doing for your loved one or yourself?  Erika Campbell presents an overview of resources and tricks of the trade for family caregivers and adults with aging parents to assist them with caring for loved ones.

Being a caregiver for a family member requires time, hard work, and dedication. Knowing where to turn for support and what’s available are key to taking good care of your loved one and yourself. Erika Campbell will discuss the resources, tips and tools available to family caregivers to ensure a successful caregiving experience.

Presented by Ericka Campbell, Ed. D, MA, LMHC
Erika Campbell, Ed.D, MA, LMHC is a geriatric mental health specialist with over 20 years of experience in the education, healthcare and mental health fields. She specializes in education and training in dementia care, advocacy, end-of-life issues, resource development, and family dynamics in coping, grief, and loss.  She is currently the Life Enrichment and Social Services Director at The Hearthstone, a leading continuing care retirement community in Seattle, WA.

Tuesday, July 15, 2014
12:00pm - 1:00pm

Downtown Seattle Public Library
Level 4, Room 2
1000 4th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98104

Note: This is the second of three lectures sponsored by the Northwest Parkinson’s Foundation. Each lecture will run about 60 minutes, allowing ample time at the end for questions.

Registration is not required.

Questions? Contact Maria at mariac@nwpf.org or 206.946.6517

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