Mindfulness-Based Dementia Care (MBDC)
A Program for Family Caregivers
Taught by Michelle Barclay
For the past 25 years, Michelle has provided aging-related education & consulting to help older people thrive, especially those with chronic conditions including dementia.
Mindfulness is a skill that involves training your brain to pay attention to the present moment with nonjudgmental awareness, acceptance, openness & curiosity of “what is.”
MBDC is an 8 week innovative, mindfulness-based program created specifically for dementia caregivers.
Learn new skills that can help you cope with the challenges and stresses of dementia care, and may greatly improve the quality of life for you and the person in your care.
Free Introductory Class
October 14, 3-5 pm – Cook County Higher Ed
If you are caring for a loved one with dementia, join Michelle to experience what this work is about and see if the upcoming course is for you. To register call Cook County Higher Ed at 387-3411 or click here.
Will be offered this winter at Higher Education on Tuesdays: time of day to be determined. Jan 21, 28, Feb 4, 11, 18, March 3, 10, 17, Retreat: March 7.
Class fee of $200 includes course, retreat and materials. Scholarships are available.
For more information contact Kay at Care Partners at 387-3788.