There are a wide variety of dementia and Alzheimer’s speaking topics. What draws people in and makes the presentation interesting is the speaker.

Alzheimer’s Presentations to the Family Member Audience

Because Pam Ostrowski has walked in the shoes of family members with loved ones with dementia and Alzheimer’s for 14 years, her presentations are filled with stories the audience can relate to. She provides details on familiar scenarios, mistakes made, lessons learned, all with passion and compassion for the journey.

Topics can last from 20 – 60 minutes and include, but are not limited to:Alzheimer's Family Consulting Pam Otrowski

  • What we THINK about dementia caregiving is ALL wrong!
  • Dementia and Alzheimer’s Journey Walkthrough
  • When is the Right time for “The Talk” about senior living?
  • How do you know when it’s time to move?
  • Communicating with a loved one with cognitive decline
  • Navigating a happy transition to a senior living community

See Pam in action here on YouTube!

Alzheimer’s Presentations to the Caregiver Audience

Many caregivers in the in-home services, group homes, and care communities do not understand how families feel while in this situation. They share that they feel like families are angry or upset with them all the time and that families don’t value the care the caregiver is providing.

For this audience, Pam’s topics are about 20-30 minutes and include, but are not limited to:

  • What is caregiver role confusion?
  • 5 best practices for communicating with family members
  • How to understand the emotional rollercoaster

Pam Ostrowski has her Masters degree in Scientific and Technical Communication and is the founder and CEO of Alzheimer’s Family Consulting, LLC. She one of approximately 3100 Certified Senior Advisors (CSA) ® in the country, is a Certified Dementia Practitioner® (CDP ®), and Certified in Dementia Care® (CDC® ).

Author of It’s Not That Simple – Helping Families Navigate the Alzheimer’s Journey  View the book on Amazon here!

If you have a specific topic in mind, reach out to Pam to talk further.