New for 2021: Helping Older Parents with Memory Loss
Have you been worried about safety issues, in your older parent with memory loss?
Dr. Kernisan’s new program will teach you how and when and how to step in, so you can help your parent be safer, especially if your parent is having difficulty accepting their condition.
It includes 12 weeks of live Q&A group coaching calls with Dr. Kernisan and her team of experienced professional geriatric care managers.
To learn more, sign up for Dr. Kernisan’s FREE training for families who have an aging parent with memory loss!
Helping Older Parents Membership Program
The Helping Older Parents Membership is a unique and affordable program in which you get ongoing coaching and answers from Dr. Kernisan & her team of geriatric care manager experts.
Membership includes access to Dr. K’s signature Helping Older Parents Course, plus live Q&A calls with her, access to geriatric care managers in our exclusive members’ forum on Mighty Networks, and more.
What People Are Saying About the Helping Older Parents Program
When Your Aging Parent Needs Help:
A Geriatrician’s Step-by-Step Guide to Memory Loss, Resistance, Safety Worries, & More
It’s not easy to help a reluctant older parent. But with the right plan, you CAN respectfully engage your parent, overcome common obstacles, and finally get them the care they need.
Dr. Kernisan’s book includes sample scripts to get you through difficult conversations, easy-to-use checklists, and free downloadable PDF worksheets to help you with assessing safety, getting a diagnosis, and more.
About Dr. Leslie Kernisan & Better Health While Aging
Leslie Kernisan, MD MPH, is a board-certified geriatrician who believes it should be easier for older adults to have the best possible health and quality of life as they age.
Through Better Health While Aging‘s website and podcast, she provides practical information on how to address many common health problems that affect older adults. She also addresses common concerns and dilemmas related to helping older parents and other aging relatives.
Dr. Kernisan completed her internal medicine and geriatrics training at the University of California San Francisco, where she also studied healthcare quality improvement. She is a proud graduate of Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and Princeton University.