Harmony Community Healthcare Food for Thought

Harmony Community Healthcare Food for Thought

David Fife, Director of Community Engagement of Roots and Roads, will provide a brief overview of how informed consent has changed in medicine. He will discuss how informed consent affects patient centered care while providing guidance to improve communication between...
Harmony Community Healthcare Food for Thought

Alzheimer’s and Dementia Support Group

Harmony Community Healthcare offers a twice-monthly support group for people who are caring for someone with dementia and have questions or need support. Hosted by Robin Coats, Certified Dementia Practitioner and Alzheimer’s Support Group facilitator. 1st and...
Give Me a Break: Respite and Placing a Loved One

Give Me a Break: Respite and Placing a Loved One

Do you fantasize about short-term or long-term breaks from your caregiving duties—even when it seems like an impossibility? Respite (taking a break) is a healthy and important part of caring for your loved one. This workshop will explore important questions like: •...
Give Me a Break: Respite and Placing a Loved One

Communication and Memory Loss: Dementia Communication Tips

Dealing with dementia at the dinner table (and throughout each day) can be difficult. And you can learn skills to help you cope without a food fight! You will learn: • How memory loss affects communication • Challenges that memory loss can create for caregivers •...
Warrior Caregiver

Warrior Caregiver

Did you know that over 40% of Americans currently care for the health of a loved one? However, many of us do not see ourselves as being a caregiver. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, 53% of unpaid caregivers who are employed had to take time off work to care...