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Dementia and Family Impact


This presentation will discuss the definition and interplay between the family and the dynamic of dementia, an appreciation of role changes that can occur and how this can affect our interpersonal relationships.  We will also identify coping strategies to help minimize conflict within the family system. 

Presented by the Program Coordinator of the Alzheimer Association, James Muto, LLBSW.  James is a social worker currently working on his Master' s Degree at the University of Eastern Michigan as well as his Certificate in Dementia. He is working in his 4th year with the association. James has over 6 years of experience working with this specific population of individuals and their family members to help navigate them through the journey of Dementia.


Earlier Event: March 8
Dementia and Family Impact
Later Event: March 9
Loose Board of Directors Meeting