Home Instead Alzheimer’s CARE program featured on National Public Radio

by Lois Etienne on January 12, 2013

in Alzheimer's and Dementia,Caregiver Support,Lifestyle,Senior Health and Safety

patient On Tuesday, January 8, All Things Considered on National Public Radio aired a story featuring the Home Instead Senior Care Alzheimer’s CARE training program. As part of the story, reporter Ina Jaffe attended a family caregiver workshop hosted by John Moser, franchise owner in the Los Angeles area.

All Things Considered is the fourth largest radio program in America with more than 11 million listeners per week.

Here is a link to print and audio versions of the story:
http://www.npr.org/2013/01/08/168890934/workshops-help-families-grappling-with-alzheimers-home-care

Visit http://helpforalzheimersfamilies.com/ for more information. Our next meeting in Lynnwood is Jan 23 from 4-6pm. It will be the second half of the training. Anyone is welcome. Call 425-670-2292 for any questions.

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