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Caregiver groups offer ‘Ask an Expert’ seminar May 16

Family Care Partnership presents event

Posted: April 13, 2009 7:22 p.m.
Updated: April 13, 2009 5:33 p.m.
Are you caring for an aging or disabled parent, relative, spouse or friend? Do you have questions about memory loss, dementia or Alzheimers? Are you looking for in home help and respite?

Get answers to these questions and much more at the Family Care Partnership "Ask an Expert" event. The event will be held from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Saturday, May 16 at Santa Clarita Adult Day Health Care Center, 22903 Soledad Canyon Road.

The Family Care Partnership is comprised of a network of experts working together and, focused on addressing the complex challenges faced by caregivers, seniors, and adults with disabilities in our community.

The expert panel will include representatives from the Center for Health Care Rights, LA Caregiver Resource Center, Grandparents as Parents, Personal Assistance Services Council, In Home Supportive Services, Alzheimers Association, North Los Angeles County Regional Center, and the Santa Clarita Adult Day Health Care Center. Get advice and your questions answered on anything from Alzheimers care to access to local services.

The event will also consist of a special presentation from Brenda Avadian, MA, spokesperson for caregivers and their loved ones and author of eight books including, Wheres My Shoes? My Fathers Walk through Alzheimers.

Bring a friend, enjoy the light refreshments and raffle and learn more about what resources are available to you and the person for whom you care.

Family Care Partnership is a collaborative led by Partners in Care.

About Partners in Care Foundation
Partners in Care (Partners) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to serve as a catalyst for shaping a new vision of health care by partnering with organizations, families and community leaders in the work of changing healthcare systems, changing communities and changing lives.

We work to develop more effective, more efficient approaches to improve quality of life for diverse individuals and communities, targeting the most at-risk. Successful models are replicated in leading local, regional and national organizations. Partners became a freestanding non-profit organization in 1997.


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