Ambiguous Loss for Alzheimer’s disease: Living with Uncertainty- In Person
IN PERSON CLASS- PARTICIPANTS MUST WEAR A MASK!
Caregiver stress and burden sometimes may be misunderstood, with the real culprit being ambiguous loss. Ambiguous Loss is unclear, has no resolution and no closure. Progressive, chronic conditions like Parkinson’s and other movement disorders can create ambiguous loss whereby the person is psychologically present but physically different from who they once were.
This can be confusing and overwhelming for both persons and family caregivers and cause them to feel overwhelmed and immobilized. This program defines ambiguous loss and provides concrete strategies to infuse hope, meaning and promote self- care.
Banner Sun Health Research Institute
10515 W Santa Fe Dr.
Sun City, AZ 85351
Morin Auditorium Building B. Please arrive 10 minutes early.
Major Cross Roads:
105th Avenue & Thunderbird (Just south of Thunderbird).
Main Parking Lot
To provide valued comments or feedback, please call Veronica Connors at (623) 832-3248.
Walk-in's not permitted; registration is required.