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Second Saturday for Caregivers
Second Saturday for Caregivers

Sat, Oct 14

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Normandale Center

Second Saturday for Caregivers

Education & Support. Respite & Peace. Every Month.

Time & Location

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Oct 14, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Normandale Center, 6100 Normandale Rd 2nd floor, Edina, MN 55436, USA

About the event

Join us for our free Second Saturday program of every month which includes a 90 minute education session beginning at 9:00 am and a support group meeting directly afterwards at 10:30 am. Come for one or both sessions. The morning program provides powerful tools and coping skills for you the caregiver and respite is available each month for your loved one from 9 am - 12pm with advanced registration. Upcoming topics through 2023:

October 14: Legacy Writing for Caregivers

Every life story is powerful and worth telling. It provides the opportunity to share one’s unique experiences, memories and lessons learned along the way. Learn more about the process of Legacy Writing, it’s different forms and have the chance to try it out yourself.

Presented by Kim Baker

Kim is a licensed social worker and certified legacy facilitator. She spent most of her career as medical social worker specializing in hospice care. Through that work, Kim came to appreciate the importance of people’s life stories and the power of sharing those stories. She founded Lifescribe Project to help clients document their life experiences, learned lessons and deeply held values for themselves and loved ones.

November 11: Thankfulness in the Midst of Grief

Thankfulness in the midst of grief and grieving sounds paradoxical, even offensive. But gratitude can be voiced by grievers even as they also voice deep loss. There can be greater clarity of acts by others for which they are grateful; gratitude for presence not abandonment; surprising pride for their own capacities to care for loved ones, even unexpected capacities; and gratitude for community resources. Explore and discuss the paradoxes of thankfulness in the midst of grief and grieving. Attention to how and when to introduce or acknowledge thankfulness will be emphasized.

Presented by Ted Bowman

Ted Bowman is an educator, author and consultant who specializes in change and transition. He is a frequent trainer, consultant, and speaker with many groups throughout Minnesota, across the United States, and other countries.

December 9: New Advances in Alzheimer’s Treatments

Learn more about aducanumab (Aduhelm™), a new advancement and drug in Alzheimer’s treatment.  There will be an overview on how the drug was designed to work, who may be a candidate for treatment, potential benefits and side effects, availability and pathways for access and Alzheimer’s Association resources. Presented by the Alzheimer's Association Minnesota-North Dakota

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