Alzheimer’s Lecture Series

Caring for your loved one can be an overwhelming and stressful job. Especially if they have Alzheimer’s disease or Related Dementias. We recognize the importance of education and respite for caregivers, so we’ve created the CareGiver Education Series. Every month, the Brevard Alzheimer’s Foundation has an educational lecture or event for caregivers to learn things like what to do if mom won’t take a shower, or what to say when dad thinks his daily medication is poison, or how to get rid of that ominous figure standing outside of the window.

The education series consists of Fall and Spring lectures “Basics of Caregiving and More” with Janet Steiner, Fall and Spring “Caregiver Education & Resource Program” with Barbara Borman, Caregiver Cafes, Virtual Dementia Tours, Caregiver’s “HI” Tea, and the Fearless Caregiver Conference.

Each event gives caregivers an opportunity to learn and share, and strives to provide all who attend peace of mind.

From A Friend,

There are only four kinds of people in the world – those who have been caregivers, those who are currently caregivers, those who will be caregivers and those who will need caregivers.

– Rosalynn Carter,
First Lady, 1977-81

Mrs Carter

Rosalynn Carter with Admission Director Rebecca and Education Director Janet