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Dr Warner is pleased to offer care for the elderly at residential facilities or in home.  Changes in ability and situations can impact one's adjustment, for which Dr Warner can provide caring help to improve outlook and adaptability to make the most of the opportunities available for your loved one to enjoy a better Quality of Life.

Dr Warner has 7 years experience in nursing home visitation, with a compassionate feel for the daily issues of the resident's needs.

Contact Dr Warner at 603-444-1512 for a consultation for your loved one.

Caring for Aging and Disabled Family Members Free Psychology Seminar
At the HAMPTON INN Littleton
March 16th 2009
LITTLETON:
Helping Our Parents and Handling Ourselves when Our Parents Age and Change will be the topic of a free seminar in Littleton. Dr Deborah Warner, Clinical Psychologist, will present a free seminar for those who are dealing with aging parents or disabled family members on Monday, March 16th at both Noon and 6 pm at Littleton's Hampton Inn. Dr. Warner provides psychological care for families and disabled or aging individuals, with a focus on helping the transitions go smoothly and the opportunities for caring and respect to be a priority. "Many times, our families age and change, then we don't get a chance to adjust our ways of relating, but can get stuck in old roles that don't feel very good for anyone anymore," Dr Warner says. "I want to help people change their patterns so the grown children can feel validated as adults, while also honoring the aging parents who want to keep authority they have had, but may feel threatened by the changes in living arrangements, finances, and home assistance." Dr Warner adds, "Things will change anyway, we might as well talk things through, learn to acknowledge each other, and plan caring activities and assistance that help the declining parent maintain appropriate levels of independence and also deal with the life reflections that are a normal part of a satisfying elder experience." The free one hour seminars are offered at Noon and 6 pm on Monday March 16th, at the Hampton Inn in Littleton. More information may be found at www.BrightDay.us or by calling 444-1512.
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Email:    DrWarner@BrightDay.us
Bright Day Psychology PLLC     PO 973 Littleton, NH  03561

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