Free Webinar
WHEN AN AGEING LOVED ONE NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT, UNDERSTANDING IS THE FIRST STEP
Because You Care When Things Are 'Not Quite Right'
Saturday, July 24th at 2:15 PM
(GMT +00:00)
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When you first start to notice signs that your loved ones are experiencing difficulties in their day-to-day living, it can present a flood of questions. Is this serious? Are they safe? When is the right time to consider residential care?
 
In this free webinar you will identify the early warning signs of frailty which include falls, hygiene, diet, cognitive frailty, and disorientation. Learn about the benefits of respite care and long term residential care.  You will also be provided with our 30 page resource guide absolutely free.
Your Presenters
Dr Ferghal Armstrong
FRACGP, FAChAM, FASLM
Ferghal is a general practitioner, Adiction Medicine specialist and fellow of the  Australasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine

He has worked as a GP treating elderly patients both in the community and in residential care settings for the last 18 years. His other interests include addiction medicine, skin cancer medicine and occupational health

Maree Eisma
Maree is an Accredited Clinical and Mental Health Social Worker skilled in using therapeutic techniques such as E.M.D.R., E.F.T. 

As a clinical social worker for over 20 years, Maree has extensive therapeutic experience in caring for and managing patients with cognitive decline both in specialist environments and also in general practice.

What You'll Learn In The 'Not Quite Right' Free Webinar
  • What does frailty look like
  • What to expect from the GP
  • What tests are appropriate
  • What are the next steps towards a diagnosis?
  • What are the different types of dementia
  • How to keep parent(s) at home for as long as possible
  • What is respite care?
  • When should long term residential care be considered
  • How to find the right facility
  • What is palliative care
Dementia
Dementia is not a diagnosis. Alzheimer's disease is merely one type of dementia
Respite
To access respite and long term residential care, an assessment needs to occur.
Quality
The quality of residential care should not be judged by the fixtures and fittings
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