NEW! Dementia 101
1 session, 3 hours
Dementia 101 will provide a basic understanding of dementia. This class will define the term and discuss the difference between normal aging and dementia. We will also investigate the difference between reversible and irreversible forms of dementia and look at the risk factors. Then we’ll discuss the process for diagnosing dementias and explore the symptoms of various forms of dementia.
Instructor: Thea Uhlig-Ruff, R.N., B.S., M.G.A. recently retired from a career in healthcare. She has spoken locally, state-wide, and nationally on health-related topics including dementia care, long-term care issues, and hospice care. Ruff brings a unique perspective as she has been a caregiver for her parents and her husband of 25 years. She serves as a member of the Frederick County Commission of Aging, chairing their committee on Aging in Place and serves on the Local Health Improvement Plan Committee on Seniors.
ILR834 Dementia 101
4-Digit Number: 7894
Fri, 1pm – 4pm, 2/2
Location: Conference Center (E Building)/E104