Presented by: Alzheimer’s Association
Attendees will learn about typical age-related changes, common warning signs of Alzheimer’s, how to approach someone about memory concerns, early detection, the benefits of a diagnosis and the diagnostic process, and Alzheimer’s Association resources.
Working with FamilySearch.org
Presented by: Beth Phillips, Hayner Genealogy & Local History Library
Attention family historians! Let’s search for our ancestors in the records, books, and trees. Beth will discuss ways to search for your ancestors on this free, community-based family history tool.
8 laptops are available for classroom use.
Please set up an account on FamilySearch.org prior to class.
Presented by: Renee Childs, MSW
In these sessions, Renee will cover the new challenges youth face from constant media connection and its effects on social-emotional skills and anxiety, and discuss how this generation has access to much more than any other. The participants create a family media plan, and discuss how each parent can adapt an ideology that is unique to the character of their child.
•Session 1: Why are we talking about this? Mental health and youth norms
•Session 2: Reading between the lines: Introduction to media literacy and porn literacy
•Session 3: Tools to help: increasing your child’s self-worth and creating a family media plan
•Session 4: What about other people’s kids? Tools for macro change
Attendance for each session is recommended, but not required.