Attendees will Hear Helpful Information on Ways to Comfort and Engage with Loved Ones with Dementia
Whippany, NJ, July 17, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Dr. Linda Travis, an expert in the field of dementia care education, will present “Effective and Caring Ways to Engage with and Provide Comfort to People with Dementia” on Monday, August 21 at 6:30 p.m. at the Lester Senior Housing Community in Whippany. This seminar is for anyone who has a loved one suffering from a dementia-related diagnosis and is seeking helpful information on ways to overcome the interpersonal challenges dementia presents to individuals and their families and friends. Travis is the lead educator at Comfort Matters®, a nationally recognized best practices accreditation process for memory care providers. There is no charge to attend but seating is limited and advance reservations are requested; dessert and refreshments will be served.
The Lester Senior Housing Community has recently opened its Memory Care Suite, an intimate setting for older adults with Alzheimer’s and other dementia-related diagnoses; all caregivers have been specially trained through Comfort Matters®. Its approach emphasizes individualized, compassionate, person-centered care that focuses on each person’s wellness of mind, body, and soul with opportunities for family and social connections that enhance residents’ overall health and well-being.
The Lester Senior Housing Community is located at 903-905 Route 10 East on the Alex Aidekman Family Jewish Community Campus. To reserve a seat for this special presentation with Dr. Travis, contact David Rozen at (973) 929-2725, who can also provide more information about the Memory Care Suite or arrange a tour. More information about Memory Care at Lester is also available at http://jchcorp.org/memory-care-suites-facility/.
About the Jewish Community Housing Corporation of Metropolitan New Jersey Founded in 1983, the Jewish Community Housing Corporation of Metropolitan New Jersey (JCHC) owns and manages more than 470 apartments in four buildings for older adults in Morris and Essex counties in northern New Jersey. The non-profit organization offers seniors a range of options in terms of services, amenities, location, and cost, all within a traditional Jewish environment. The JCHC provides housing, programs, and services for the independent elderly as well as those who need assisted living. For more information, go to www.jchcorp.org.
Source: Jewish Community Housing Corporation of Metropolitan New Jersey