Dementia and COVID-19: Strategies for Caregivers

May 1, 2020 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
ALZeducate (Alzheimer Society of Ontario)

This webinar will focus on providing caregivers with strategies to provide care while in isolation. It will also highlight important COVID-19 precautions and guidelines along with the implications of caring for someone with dementia.

This live webinar is a special webinar that will be offered weekly at various times. Intended audience: Family Caregivers

Please sign up for an account if you don’t already have one, and click the link to enrol once you have made an account

To register for the live webinar:

Under Options, click “Register” for the webinar you wish to attend.
Click “Sign-up”. You will then see a message that says “You have successfully registered for…”
Click “Continue” to return to the previous screen.

To participate in the webinar:

Click on “Join session” to join the online meeting. (You won’t see the “Join session” option until 30 minutes before the webinar start time.)
Listen through your computer speakers or headset. For the best quality of audio, call 416-849-6156 and enter participant code 4621168# (the # completes your code)
If you are delayed for more than 15 minutes for the webinar from its stated start time, you will not be able to join the webinar.
Please visit How to Attend a Webinar for more detailed information. Scroll to the bottom for How to Take part in a webinar and click on the tab that you wish to know more about.

This webinar is hosted by ALZeducate in association with the Alzheimer Society of Ontario

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