Watch Dr. Amy on CTV Canada AM: Simplifying Alzheimer's care: http://t.co/jef4v31S September 26th, 3:16 pm
What brings you moments of joy and contentment? How are you going to make sure you have more of those moments? August 2nd, 1:38 pm
How wealth affects health: http://t.co/UTKPjAqI August 1st, 1:24 am
Recognizing symptoms of cognitive issues, understanding the causes and how to cope better, free webinar: http://t.co/z7fsnhgN July 26th, 1:15 pm
Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but... http://t.co/opYpSusV July 20th, 1:11 am
@IntFedAgeing Thank you for the retweet! Appreciate it. July 20th, 1:09 am
As family caregivers, it is so easy for us to find ourselves awash in unproductive emotions. Guilt can become an (cont) http://t.co/UpI6SY8E July 16th, 11:00 pm
Watch Dr. Amy discuss the family caregiver's role, where caregivers can go to get the proper support and what (cont) http://t.co/D27VPOJE July 16th, 3:00 pm
Letting go is an ongoing learning process. It's a skill that takes a lifetime to master. So be easy on yourself. (cont) http://t.co/TRGSfH6K July 16th, 12:00 am
Caring for a senior loved one can sometimes seem like a contradiction. Interestingly, (continued) http://t.co/jAHuqFZW July 15th, 2:00 pm
Follow these steps when you're feeling overwhelmed: 1) Stop, step back, and observe your feelings. 2) Accept (cont) http://t.co/Sqq7u4uk July 14th, 10:00 pm
What does it mean to be creative? Of course we see the power of creativity in a Monet painting, or in the (cont) http://t.co/JKpVOUCx July 12th, 2:03 pm
"A great time to relax is when you don't have time for it!" ~ Sydney Harris July 8th, 8:29 pm
"Grandmothers are voices of the past and role models of the present. Grandmothers open the doors to the future." ~ anonymous July 7th, 2:51 am
It is true that there are many things we don't have control over and things about the future we can't predict. (cont) http://t.co/ezjGxsPQ July 6th, 2:50 am
There may be nothing as important in caregiving situations as open, honest communication. July 5th, 2:29 am
RT @GreenSkyDeb: One of the secrets of a long and fruitful life is to forgive everybody everything every night before you go to bed. Be ... July 4th, 3:14 am
Laughter is a must for care giver and care receiver alike. While laughter may not be the best medicine, it (cont) http://t.co/HZstjGmO July 3rd, 2:31 am
10 Tips To Help Your Family Cope with Alzheimer's: http://t.co/H4iPi4mu July 1st, 4:51 pm
In your family caregiving role, notice how often you choose to feel good. What gives you self-worth? What brings (cont) http://t.co/9ajZ4CM2 July 1st, 12:17 am
Have I had a stroke and don't know it? http://t.co/HQGSWZPH June 20th, 5:16 pm
Sometimes you can find ways of overcoming apparent obstacles elderly loved ones face in pursuing their favorite (cont) http://t.co/BYuhYCSb June 20th, 1:24 pm
As a caregiver it's important to practice a one-day-at-a-time philosophy. June 5th, 7:39 pm
@MovingMavins Hi, Appreciate the retweet of Dr. Amy's article, much appreciated. Wishing you all a fun weekend. Jay :) May 18th, 4:31 pm
@jschn Hi Josie, thank you for the retweet! Enjoy your weekend... Jay :) May 18th, 4:30 pm
@BBBoomersGuide Thank you for the retweet for Dr. Amy! Have a fun end to your week. - Jay May 18th, 4:28 pm
Dr. Amy D’Aprix is an internationally renowned expert on lifestyle issues related to aging. Dr. Amy D’Aprix is a life transition consultant, author, corporate speaker, facilitator, coach, and an expert in aging, retirement, and caregiving.
“Dr. Amy”, as she is affectionately known, uses her gerontological social work background to give practical advice and get people thinking about retirement in a different way.
Committed to empowering others to care for themselves and their families, Dr. Amy helps transform the lives of people involved in the caregiving experience. Her passion, understanding and empathy come from her own personal experience of caring for her parents for more than a decade.
She has recently authored a book: From Surviving to Thriving: Transforming Your Caregiving Journey, and co-recorded a CD with an accompanying workbook: Building the Bonds of Friendship in Midlife and Beyond. Clients and caregivers across North America embrace her warm, engaging style and Dr. Amy is a frequent guest on radio and television programs.
Dr. Amy has an extensive background working with seniors and their caregiving families, as well as educating other professionals about the needs of caregiving and aging. Dr. Amy has a PhD and Masters in Social Work, specializing in Gerontology (the study of the social, psychological and biological aspects of aging). In addition, she holds the designation of Certified Senior Advisor and is on the International Faculty for the Society of Certified Senior Advisors and the Canadian Academy of Senior Advisors.
Yes, compassionate caregiving for a senior family member can be a “gift”, not only for your aging relative, but also for yourself. Learning to thrive, not just survive, can be a transformational experience. This book provides powerful, practical strategies to help inspire, guide, and move caregivers to change their thinking and discover the true gifts of caregiving.
Dr. Amy teams up with her colleague, Vicki Field, a certified lifestyle coach, to help Boomers explore and enhance the art of friendship in their lives. The CD, “Building the Bonds of Friendship at Midlife and Beyond,” and the companion journal are designed to deliver a fresh perspective for the reader while presenting realistic yet simple strategies for transforming the quality of your friendships.
The International Federation on Ageing is an international non-governmental organization with a membership base of NGOs, the corporate sector, academia, government, and individuals.
WE BELIEVE in 'generating positive change for older people throughout the world by stimulating, collecting, analyzing, and disseminating information on rights, policies, and practices that improve the quality of life of people as they age.'
The Society of Certified Senior Advisors educates professionals to work more effectively with their senior clients. We believe that the right kind of planning, recommendations and referrals can make aging a state to be savored instead of a fate to be feared. For those who work with seniors, that means understanding the key health, social and financial factors that are important to seniors—and how these factors work together.
Through a series of thought-provoking questions and exercises, you will explore your retirement in terms of relationships, lifestyle, home, and health, and how these link to the financial implications of retirement. Through this workshop, Dr. Amy helps people set retirement goals that look beyond the first few years of retirement or the big dream.
The people in your life greatly affect your health and happiness. Find out how to strengthen relationships with friends, siblings, parents, partners, children and grandchildren.
Dr. Amy D'Aprix will discuss potential solutions for the growing caregiver shortage and will describe how aging professionals can help guide families through the caregiving journey including navigating transitions of care, emotional struggles, the practical questions of finding and financing care that fits specific needs, as well as research highlights from a recent national study on the value of in-home care.
Thirty years is a long time to fill. What are the things that really make you tick and how can you work them into your retirement.
The Women and Money workshop is designed to provide information, motivation and resources that will help women improve their relationship with money. This workshop includes a series of thought-provoking and interactive exercises, video presentations and group discussions. All of these elements provide a means for women to discover how to improve their relationship with money and become more confident and in control of their financial life.