15jun3:00 pm4:00 pmFeaturedVirtual EventHow to Decide When the Time is Right: Successfully Transitioning into a Memory Care CommunityFeaturing Licensed Social Workers, Stephne Lencioni & Beth St. John
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Searching for a memory care community is not an easy process, and it’s even more difficult deciding when you should start the transition. What happens if one half of a couple needs care, but the other does not? How do you decide when the time is right?
Join Kensington Place Redwood City and Licensed Social Workers, Stephne Lencioni & Beth St. John, for a virtual conversation on How to Decide When the Time is Right: Successfully Transitioning into a Memory Care Community.
Find the support you need and the answers to all of your questions, as our experts guide you through the warning signs to help you guide your decision, as well as the do’s and don’ts behind a successful transition. Whether you’re planning the transition for one or a couple, our care model is built around families and for families. Let Kensington Place Redwood City assist you on this journey and be the ally that you need.
Stephne Lencioni is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has worked locally in the field of aging for over 35 years. She has worked for several non-profit agencies over the course of her career and currently has a private practice in geriatric care management.
Beth St. John is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has worked in the field of aging for over 19 years. She has worked at the Institute on Aging as a geriatric care manager for over 12 years and is currently working as a medical social worker within an interdisciplinary team at Stanford Senior Care Clinic providing care management and psycho-social counseling services to older adults and their families.
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(Wednesday) 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm PDT
Kensington Place Redwood City
2800 El Camino Real
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