Dr. Steinberg's Seminars (dates and
times listed below) and private sessions are attended
across the country by a wide spectrum of family Caregivers
and health care professionals. Some of the topics
covered by Dr. Steinberg include:
- Common destructive myths about aging and
long term care.
- Behavioral signs of Dementia (i.e., behavioral traits,
such as repetition of stories or questions).
- Diagnosing Dementia (e.g., Dr. Steinberg's
- Identifying and diagnosing Depression in the elderly.
- Differentiating Dementia and Depression.
- Dealing with loss: physical and mental decline,
loss of independence, family/peer group loss.
- Coping with behavioral issues related to Dementia.
- "Memory" medications commonly used to
address memory loss as an adjunct treatment.
- Psychological problems commonly seen in older
Truths Revealed in Dr. Steinberg’s Seminars:
(dates and times listed at bottom of page)
person you know and love may be slipping away or may
"no longer be there".
evaluation is key, and you need help in recognizing
the difference between normal aging and cognitive
decline so you can help to accurately diagnose, support,
and care for your loved one.
need to answer your own questions and preconceptions
about Alzheimer’s Disease and other forms of
Dementia in order to more meaningfully and effectively
address whether your loved one has Alzheimer’s
Disease or another type of Dementia. This helps you
face your loved one's true condition more realistically,
rather than weigh you down with false hope.
process of discovering the truth about Alzheimer’s
Disease and Dementia is like a light from a lighthouse
that takes you out of the darkness of your own misconceptions.
a person progresses through the stages of Alzheimer's
Disease, there are clear changes that occur - psychological,
cognitive, and behavioral. Caregivers struggle to
1) see and 2) accept these changes, which are integral
to providing meaningful and invaluable care. In his
Seminars, Dr. Steinberg explains, in detail, how to
overcome these personal struggles.
to offer seminar topics that would be important to
you, such as questions about Alzheimer’s Disease
and other forms of Dementias which you have not yet
been able to get adequately addressed, or to find
out more about a Seminar near you.
decision to attend will dramatically and positively
impact you and your loved one’s life.
Below are dates and
locations for upcoming
seminars by Roy Steinberg, Ph.D.