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RightConversations: Bridging the Family Communications Gap

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Thursday, May 26, 2016

Start : 12:00 PM Pacific
End : 1:00PM Pacific

Sponsored by Right at Home

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Includes complimentary CEUs

When visiting home, you’ve noticed mom is becoming forgetful; for example, she once left the stove burner on. This web seminar will help adult children learn effective tips when preparing for a difficult conversation with aging parents about their care needs. Helpful information covered in our web seminar includes the 10 RightConversations tips; using effective communication styles when having the conversation; and the benefits of using the Information Journal, Communication Planner and Family Action Planner. 

Participants in this web seminar will be able to:

  • Understand the benefits of having a difficult conversation regarding care between adult children and aging parents;
  • Understand ways to take the guesswork out of difficult conversations by learning the 10 RightConversations tips; 
  • List effective tips when engaging with different communication styles; and,  
  • Discuss the benefits of using the Information Journal, Communication Planner and Family Action Planner with the RightConversations guide when planning a seamless process of working with the needs of aging parents.

Presenter:

Eboni Green, Ph.D., R.N., is co-founder of Caregiver Support Services in Omaha, Neb., which specializes in supporting family and professional caregivers across the lifespan through direct supportive services. She is the author of two books, At the Heart of the Matter and Caregiving in the New Millennium

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