Don’t Miss WALH’s 2nd Annual Care Conference!

Don’t Miss WALH’s 2nd Annual Care Conference!

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THANK YOU to everyone who attended and participated in this event. Your efforts made this a wonderful conference. With A Little Help is proud to present and participate in many events throughout the year. Want to stay informed? See our calendar  and/or “like” us on Facebook.


Are you a caregiver, care manager, or professional that works with older adults? Are you caring for a parent or partner? With A Little Help’s 2nd annual Care Conference is packed with valuable resources and information. Workshops are affordable and led by many of Seattle’s best authorities on topics ranging from End of Life Decisions to Geriatric Oral Health. Want basic tips on Dementia care or the nitty gritty on low vision aids? Looking for ways to stem those scam phone calls or tips for saving your back during transfers? This conference’s workshops offer great speakers presenting pragmatic strategies for anyone engaged in caregiving or serving older adults. Join us Wednesday and Thursday March 9 and 10 at the North Seattle Community College campus for a few laughs and lots of great information.

The Conference’s three workshops each day hold valuable insight for several audiences: family caregivers, professional caregivers, nurses, care managers, social workers, and guardians. All are CE and CEU accredited for professionals. Three credits are available in each of the 6 conference workshops. Attendees will also enjoy rich vendor and organizational displays. Please Join us! Update: We’re underway with the conference.  Listening to outstanding speakers. If you haven’t pre-registered don’t hesitate to come. We’re accepting payment at the door.

Shawn D’Amelio

In her role as the Director of Business Development at With a Little Help, Shawn enjoys the process of bringing resources and people together, creating relationships that give peace of mind to families and their loved ones. With a passion for education Shawn is a leader in providing excellent trainings for our caregivers and community with the goal of providing care that is meaningful for both the giver and the receiver. More About Shawn