Mortal Curiosity
2022 End-Of Life
Virtual Conference Series


Ambiguous Loss & Dementia: Living with Uncertainty January 20, 2022 | 6-7pm (MST)

Caregiver stress and burden may sometimes be misunderstood, with the real culprit being ambiguous loss - when the person is physically present but psychologically different from who they once were. Learn definitions and concrete strategies to infuse hope, meaning and promote self-care.

Presented by: Lori Nisson of Banner Alzheimer’s Institute

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Lori Nisson of Banner Alzheimer’s Institute

Lori Nisson is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and the Family & Community Services Director at Banner Alzheimer’s Institute and Banner Sun Health Research Institute. She has spent more than twenty years specializing in leadership and clinical positions, serving the needs of patients and families coping with emotional, cognitive, and behavioral problems. Ms. Nisson serves as Adjunct Faculty Member at Arizona State University Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation and serves on the Arizona Dementia Caregiver Alliance as well as the End-of-Life Care Partnership. Ms. Nisson was awarded a 2018 Practice Change Leader in Aging & Health Fellowship.

Thank you to our amazing Universal Series Sponsor: The Connie Hillman Family Foundation

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