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Dementia Caregiver Webinar Series


A free live webinar series for caregivers.

Purpose: To provide family care partners information and resources related to caring for a person living with dementia.


May 11th – June 8th, 2018
Fridays from 10:30-11:30am

May 11th: Advanced Care Planning
May 18th: Caregiver Values in Action
May 25th: Identifying Community Resources
June 1st: Medicare Made Easy
June 8th: Medicaid-What You Need to Know

Presenters include: Pamela Oiler, LCSW- UW Family Medicine Residency -Cheyenne | Robin Barry, PhD-University of Wyoming,Dept. of Psychology |  Carol Taylor, LCSW-Elder Care Advisors | Cathy Carlisle-WY Senior Citizens Inc. | Dana Pepmeier- Eligibility & Education Program Manager, Long-Term Unit, Wyoming Department of Health.


To view the series:

Register here to receive information via email or;


Watch at a host site, contact WyCOA for sites in your area.


Requirements to host: 
  • A venue or room for participants.
  • A stable internet connection, a laptop, projector, and screen to show the streaming video.
  • A site coordinator responsible for setting up the venue, as well as working with WyCOA on disseminating necessary paperwork to participants.
*WyCOA will send you a flyer to advertise this series in your area. Please contact WyCOA if you would like to host the series at or call (307) 766-2829. Thank you!


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