Finding out that a loved one has dementia or Alzheimer’s disease is both shocking and distressing. Even if there is a family history of dementia, an official diagnosis can change everything.

Families often do not know what steps they should take next in these stressful situations, but an upcoming seminar can help them determine how to move forward.

Care and preparation:  A virtual seminar all about Alzheimer’s

On Wednesday, Sept. 30, Kentucky ElderLaw, PLLC, will be participating in the virtual workshop, Leaning In To Alzheimer’s Education and Care. Throughout the workshop, attendees will:

  1. Learn about approaches to provide care for loved ones with Alzheimer’s.
  2. Get information about the important legal issues and legal documents necessary for people with dementia.

One of our experienced estate planning and long-term care planning attorneys, John Dotson, will be hosting the session about the essential legal documents individuals with dementia will need.

Information is key when facing the challenges and uncertainties dementia can bring. And this workshop can help ensure families start gathering the information they need to prepare for their loved one’s care and future.

Individuals can still register and reserve a place for this workshop, which will begin at 9:15 am on Wednesday.