A part of aging seems to require learning to live with ambiguity. One’s finances, health, relationships, retirement plans, family roles, even diets can move from clarity to ambiguity seemingly overnight. In addition, many elders live with medical or mental health conditions that are ambiguous. Join us as Ted Bowman, a grief and family educator, addresses living well with ambiguity and ambiguous losses with an emphasis on dementia care.
Produced in cooperation with Ramsey County Libraries and the Roseville Alzheimer’s and Dementia Community Action Team