Elder Care Connection Series
Understanding Alzheimer’s and Dementia: The Basics
Elder Care Connection Series
Aging and Disability Resource Center of Lane County
A representative from the ADRC will present information about Senior & Disability Services offered in Lane County. These services include SNAP (food stamps), Medicaid, and Older Americans Act Programs (Meals on Wheels, Senior Companions, etc.). The ADRC will also be discussed as an information and resource link for the community. This elder care session is for anyone interested in these services, caregivers or family members, and persons with disabilities.
Balancing Work and Family
In today's busy society, balancing work and family is a common challenge. The stress this creates can be detrimental to an individual's physical health, emotional well-being, and work productivity. These effects will be discussed along with strategies and techniques to reduce stress.
Moving Towards an Inclusive Workplace at the UO
The Division of Equity and Inclusion (DEI) and Human Resources offer this lunch hour seminar to discuss the IDEAL Framework as the foundation for making Equity and Inclusion commonplace here at the UO. In this seminar, DEI will discuss manners in which employees can begin to confront their own beliefs, biases and perceptions and their effects on our daily interactions. Through this understanding, employees will work on developing strategies to help create, foster, and celebrate inclusivity on our campus.
Presenter: Rafael Lopez, DEI Programs Manager
Generations at Work
For the first time in American history veterans, baby boomers, genXers, and millennials are working together and in close quarters. In order to be effective communicators we need to know how to adapt to different personality types, along with understanding the different generational issues that can create conflict in the workplace. This seminar provides practical solutions to help people bridge the generational gap.
How Optimism Can Improve Your Quality of Life
Improve your quality of life by changing your outlook. This training will provide a definition of optimism, learned helplessness, benefits of optimism, how you can think differently, and a process to help you be more optimistic will be provided. If where you look is where you go, why not get some ideas on how to head in a more optimistic direction?
Explore Your Relationship with Money
Money is not typically considered an emotional issue, yet it is often a source of stress in both people’s personal lives and relationships. This training will explore whether your relationship with money is similar to other relationships in your life. Tools to help think about money differently will be presented. This seminar is not designed to be a budgeting workshop or to provide financial advice of any kind.
Working in a Changing Environment
In an organizational culture of constant change, adapting can be challenging. Some areas addressed during this presentation are the elements of change, different loss experienced related to change, the transitional stages, and ways of coping with stress and change.
Elder Care Options
Learn what elder care options are available, how to evaluate which option is best for your parent,
and what questions to ask the providers.
Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction and
the Importance of Restful Sleep
This seminar provides a review of stress, what it is and how it affects us. Information on mindfulness tools that can help change relationships with thoughts, feelings and sensations related to stress. Participants will also learn tools to use in the future.
The importance of restful sleep and quick tips for sleeping are provided.
The University of Oregon contracts with Cascade Centers, Inc. to provide a comprehensive employee assistance program for benefit eligible employees and their dependents. The services are at no cost to eligible members.
Learn more about EAP services and access to assistance and support on the Employee Assistance Program webpage.