Understanding Late-Stage Dementia (Virtual Event)
September 7 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Dementia has several stages, each with its own set of challenges. Late-stage dementia in particular requires a caregiver to make adjustments in both their communication and the care they provide. Join our community for a special virtual presentation featuring presenter Erinn Drouin, Community Educator with the Alzheimer’s Association of Nebraska. Erinn will teach you how to better connect and care for your loved one with late-stage dementia.
Join our free virtual event: The registration link is below.
About our presenter:
Erinn Drouin began her career in non-profit with the American Cancer Society and then spent several years as the State Development Director for the Alzheimer’s AssociationNebraska Chapter before taking the opportunity to directly support families as an Executive Director at CountryHouse Residence for Memory Care in Omaha, Nebraska. Erinn now serves as Director of Operations for the Dreamweaver Foundation, which brings joyful experiences and connections to older adults. At the same time, she maintains her role as an active volunteer for the Alzheimer’s Association, both as a Community Educator and Support Group Facilitator. Erinn is also a Certified Dementia Practitioner.