What exactly is stress? How does it affect us physically and mentally? How do we deal with it? Learn tools and skills to help reduce and prevent daily stress and anxiety. Presentation includes a PowerPoint presentation, handouts and external resources.
This seminar discusses how stress negatively impacts our weight and weight loss efforts and how by minimizing our daily stress, we can learn to better control our weight management efforts.
This presentation explains what mediation is, how mediation is done, and the advantages of using mediation. It can be done in a half-hour as a lecture or can be done in an hour with role- playing, with David as the mediator and two of the attendees playing the roles of the parties to the dispute.
This program is for families transitioning a loved one from the community to the nursing home setting. Discusses choosing a facility, strategies for managing care, and resident’s rights.
Learn about consumer rights, tips for getting high quality care in various settings.
Information on long-term care, financial realities, and legal tools for planning.
Discuss circumstances which can provoke difficult behaviors, and learn techniques for coping with these behaviors.
Identify signs of caregiver stress and burnout; common emotions and coping strategies discussed.
Learn common characteristics of spouses, adult children and siblings involved in caregiving and how this relates to common caregiving challenges. Information to help overcome obstacles in family caregiving discussed.
Why is it that when you lose your job everyone around you knows exactly what you should do to find another one and isn’t afraid to share that information with you whether you want to hear it or not? This presentation will provide insight into how the loss of a job impacts a person and explains that the loved ones