SYNERGY HomeCare | Alzheimer's Advice for Families

SYNERGY HomeCare

13720 N Bryant Avenue
Edmond OK 73013

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Alzheimer's Advice for Families

The Longest Day is a team event to raise funds and awareness for the Alzheimer's Association. Held annually on the summer solstice, the duration of this sunrise-to-sunset event symbolizes the challenging journey of those living with the disease and their caregivers. Teams are encouraged to create their own experience as they fundraise and participate in an activity they love to honor someone facing the disease.

At SYNERGY HomeCare, we honor The Longest Day by hosting a full day of webinars to provide you and your support system the tools and resources needed to help you care for those living with Alzheimer's. Several of these webinars will also be beneficial to families whose lives have been impacted by age or illness.

Subject Matter Expert – Carla Sutter

Ms. Sutter is the Director of Operations for SYNERGY HomeCare. She holds her Master’s Degree in social work and is a certified Advanced Case Manager.
Ms. Sutter has dedicated over 25 years to helping clients and families care for themselves and others whose needs are changing due to age or illness.

Finding Hope

Changing Roles and Responsibilities of the Care Partner

This seminar focuses on providing care partners with strategies for coping with the family changes that occur after diagnosis of a chronic or progressive illness.

Register for the Finding Hope Webinar


Beyond the Clinic Doors

Advocating for Yourself in the Healthcare System

Seminar participants will learn ways to advocate for themselves within the healthcare system, develop questions to ask doctors and learn when or why to change providers and how to have a voice with providers.

Register for the Beyond the Clinic Door Webinar


Community Resources from A to Z

Navigating the Maze of Senior and Chronic Care Resources

It used to be that the majority of seniors retired to a nursing home for their later years. Now, most seniors receive care in their own homes provided by paid and unpaid caregivers. This session will provide participants with tools to evaluate the needs of an older adult living at home and understand the costs and benefits of different resources including in-home care, nutrition options, socialization programs, transportation and home safety modifications.

Register for the Community Resources from A to Z Webinar


Understanding the Stages of Alzheimer’s and Dementia and its Impact on Caregiving

This seminar will help enhance one’s understanding on how the stages of Alzheimer’s impacts the plan of care for in-home and community based services. Participants will learn about resources and adaptive devices to assist those with cognitive declines and how changes to the environment can enhance quality of life.

Register for the Understanding the Stages of Alzheimer's Webinar

Abbey Trammell

Abbey writes for SYNERGY HomeCare of Edmond, Ok. She obtained a degree in Business Administration with a major in Management Information Systems. She is a creative thinker and marketing strategist. Working with people is Abbey's greatest joy, whether it's customer service or getting to work with a team. She loves creating new ways to reach clients over social media and various marketing channels. Receiving home care is a very personal experience and she helps you get the information you need to make the best choice for your family.

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