*Due to COVID-19, in-person presentations are not considered safe at this time. Instead, we are happy to provide the same great quality over the video chat service of your choice! All topics can be catered to your audience and needs. Call today to discuss options that best suite your staff and community, 330-869-0806 .
.We offer various presentations to provide knowledge, advice, and reassurance to those that need it or maybe didn't know they needed it. All topics can be catered and customized to fit the exact needs of your audience. We can come to your community center, church, senior group, support group, library, independent or assisted living facility, or anywhere you else you may need us! A sample list of topics can be found below. Call today for more information: 330-869-0806 .
As We Age
Aging is inevitable and can even be looked at as a gift. The process and result of aging comes with many questions and concerns for both those that are going through it and their families. The goal is never to look at aging as a negative, but rather to be informed and educated in order to make decisions that improve quality of life. Examples of topics that may interest your aging community include:
Exercising the body and mind
How technology can help us stay independent
Knowing the differences between normal aging and signs of dementia
How to cope with caregiver stress
Signs you may need home care
With an aging body and mind, comes more opportunities for falls, confusion, and even scams. Small changes to the organization or layout of your kitchen and bathroom can make a big difference in staying independent safely. Having a game plan for when a fall happens or a threatening scammer calls can make everyone feel more at ease. Examples of topics surrounding senior safety include:
Staying safe at home:
Kitchen and bathroom products and tips
Safety on the go ( outside the home and while driving)
Typical senior scams and how to avoid them
These presentation are designed to increase awareness concerning the onset of diminishing driving skills related to the aging process. We provide a road map to help families address the issue of their loved one's driving with tact, compassion, and empathy, so that the older driver's dignity and independence is never unnecessarily jeopardized. This is a great opportunity for both aging adults and their children to vent any frustrations related to the sensitive topic. Our Driver Safety topics are part of the Keeping Us Safe curriculum and include:
Drive Smart with Driver Safety- A guide to keeping the aging driver safe behind the wheel
Driving Under the Influence of Dementia- How does driving play into the diagnosis of dementia?
Adults with Aging Parent Drivers- An opportunity for the children to learn how to cope and address the topic with patience and compassion.
Peaceful Resolution- A road map for what comes next once the keys are up for grabs.