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Are you looking for a fresh perspective to understanding Alzheimer's disease and it's impact on the everyday caregiver?

Barbara helps to fill in the gaps between what you might not know about Alzheimer's and dementia, and what you need to know. She does all of this in a fun, engaging and dynamic atmosphere.

Barbara's passion for helping the Alzheimer's and dementia community comes from personal, family experiences. When both of Barbara's maternal grandparents, affectionately called Granga and Papaw, acquired Alzheimer's and related dementia, Barbara not only became a family caregiver, but educated herself about the disease and became an Alzheimer's advocate and volunteer.

The legacy of care, support and kindness that her grandparents instilled has continued it's impact, as Barbara is determined to share these lessons with those touched by Alzheimer's disease.

Audiences will leave Barbara Worthington's presentations feeling better equipped to deal with issues of caregiving and dementia in a positive manner. Are you ready to add more tools to your Alzheimer's caregiver toolbox? Then look no further and contact Barbara today for your event or training.

Areas of Expertise

Dementia Awareness & Knowledge-- "Knowledge is power. Information is liberating. Education is the premise of progress, in every society, in every family."

Alzheimer's Communication. Understanding the Best Ways to Interact and Communicate--"I Need You Now, More Than Words Can Say."

Person Centered Care. Understanding and Respecting the Person with Dementia--"Learning How Not to Be Like Marlin."

To view Barbara's qualifications and experience, Barbara's Bio.

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By phone: 541-670-6347
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