Emotional Issues of the Elderly, Saying Goodbye, and Letting Go

Sandra W. Haymon, Ph.D. – Presenter

Individuals may grieve many losses during the final stage of their lives-their sense of personhood and identity, physical and mental health, appearance, lifelong relationships, and even their homes and other possessions. Many are afraid to say goodbye, let go, and transition into an unknown realm.

Dr. Haymon Will Personally Guide You Thru the Maze of Emotional Issues of the Elderly.
Her Approach Will Literally Transform Your Life and Theirs!

In this powerful presentation you will learn how to:

  • Be supportive, loving, and caring during the final stage of another’s life.
  • Provide ’empathic presence’, and help normalize end-of-life experiences.
  • Help individuals identify and cope with end-of-life concerns, worries, and fears.
  • Support individuals in finding value and meaning in their lives and resolving past issues.
  • Teach others the value of forgiving and accepting forgiveness.
  • Help individuals find ways to say goodbye, let go, and bring closure.

Dr. Sandra W. Haymon, America’s #1 Caregiving Expert, licensed psychologist, author, and International speaker has been pioneering the field of Caregiving for over 20 years.

She is the author of Baby Boomers-Sandwiched Between Retirement & Caregiving and
My Turn: Caring for Aging Parents & Other Elderly Loved Ones-A Daughter’s Perspective

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This presentation is a must for family and professional caregivers, all healthcare providers (physicians, physicians assistants, RNs, LPNs, CNPs, CNAs); management, staff and volunteers working in hospitals, nursing homes, memory impaired facilities, personal care homes, and assisted living settings; psychologists, social workers, certified professional counselors, estate and financial planners; anyone employed in the insurance industry; anyone who may ever be a caregiver or need a caregiver; and anyone who ever plans to retire.

Format: Presentation followed by a Question and Answer period
Length: Presentation customized for time frames of 1-4 hours, plus Key Note Address
CEUs: Presentation materials are available for Continuing Education Credits.