| Olga Brunner founder of A Good Daughter, Inc., based in Margate, Florida (www.agooddaughter.com), will present at the Kravis Center on May 19th & 20th. The 2005 Alzheimer’s Educational Conference will host only 50 companies to exhibit at this event, including A Good Daughter. Brunner notes, “Palm Beach is one of the most important areas for our services and we are proud to present at this vital event.” |
The Kravis Conference keynote speaker is Dr. Peter Rabin, author of “The 36 Hour Day”, a well-known publication within Alzheimer’s circles. Brunner regards Dr. Rabin highly, “His book was initially given to me when I was in a support group as a caregiver to my mother. I highly recommend it to my clients who have taken care of family members with Alzheimer’s Disease”.
The Alzheimer’s Education Conference will address options available to sons and daughters taking care of family members with the condition. Their organization (A Good Daughter) allows family caregivers and the professional care giving community to come together and explore ways to be a more productive member of their loved one’s care team.
For more information about the conference at the Kravis Center, or A Good Daughter email e-mail protected from spam bots or call 800-963-3877.
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