GSN-ISEEC Issues and Challenges in Gerontologic Nursing August 5, 2010

GSN-International Skills Enhancement and Education Center (GSN-ISEEC) invites all health care providers to attend their workshop entitled “Issues and Challenges in Gerontologic Nursing: Managing Caregiver’s fatigue in families with Alzheimer’s Disease”.

Speaker:
Ms. Grace S. Navea, RN, BSN, MBA, CPHM, Ph.D
President/CEO of GSN ISEEC

Date: August 5, 2010
Time: 8:00 A.M. – 12:00 NOON

Venue:
Unit 502 Pacific Corporate Center
131 West Avenue, Quezon City

Purpose of this workshop:
Caring for someone with Alzheimer’s disease impacts every aspect of daily life. As Alzheimer’s patients lose one ability after another, caregivers face tests of stamina, problem-solving, and resiliency. During this long and difficult journey, communication diminishes, rewards decrease, and without strong support, caretakers face challenges to their own well-being.

Maintaining emotional and physical fitness is crucial. Preparing and protecting yourself, working to understand your loved one’s experience, and embracing help from others can minimize the hazards and enhance the joys of your caregiving experience.

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