Aging During COVID-19: When Is My Loved One No Longer Safe Alone?
September 29, 2020
Online via Zoom
Tuesday, September 29, 2020 from 9:30 – 10:30 PST
Zoom Webinar: When Is My Loved One No Longer Safe Alone?
Sponsored by Regency Fallbrook, Retirement and Assisted Living
Join the conversation with the Foundation for Senior Care and Dr. Diane Beach Darby, Gerontologist
Wondering if your elderly loved one is still safe in his/her present living situation? There are definite warning signs to look for.
- Identify the signs indicating that an elderly patient/client is no longer safe in the present living environment.
- Articulate changes that signify that additional help is needed by the elderly client/patient, such as: bounced checks, cluttered/dirty house, disheveled clothing, forgetfulness, poor diet or weight loss, poor personal hygiene, depressed or poor temperament, forgetting to take medications, or unexplained bruising.
- Identify appropriate living options and be able to talk about them with your loved one and/or other family members.
Dr. Diane Darby Beach is a Gerontologist in private practice in San Diego. She has a Master’s Degree in Public Health and a Doctorate in Education and has 28 years of experience in the area of Health Promotion and Eldercare. During that time, she has trained thousands of staff caregivers who care for residents and other persons with dementia. She counsels family members and provides support groups for those coping with this disease and is interviewed frequently by local TV stations as a dementia expert. She has presented her work at several national and international conferences and has been published in The Journal of Gerontological Nursing, The Hospice Journal, The Journal of Gerontological Social Work, and many others. She teaches at CSU San Marcos and the San Diego Community College District.
The Foundation for Senior care is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization that serves the needs of seniors and disabled adults in North County San Diego. It provides transportation services, offers adult day care at “The Club”, senior advocacy and a computer learning center. The Foundation for Senior Care depends on grants along with business and individual donors to provide these essential services to the community. It is located at 135 S. Mission Rd. in Fallbrook, CA. Tax ID 95-3389263.
Zoom link will be emailed upon registration.
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If after following the directions, you need help getting setup with Zoom, please contact the Foundation for Senior Care office at 760-723-7570.