Memory Care is a weekly 3 hour program for both caregivers and people experiencing moderate memory loss (e.g., vascular dementia and mild Alzheimer’s disease).
We separate Memory Care services with people with early-onset Alzheimer's disease (e.g., diagnosed before the age of 65) and late-onset Alzheimer's disease (e.g., onset 65 years of age or older).
1ST HOUR: MEMORY TRAINING
Participants learn practical techniques to enhance memory performance.
2ND HOUR: MIND-BODY CONNECTION
Participants practice mind-body connections to help lower stress levels, enhance creativity, stimulate the brain, and encourage strategies for living better, longer.
3RD HOUR: SOCIAL/SUPPORT GROUP
Loved ones, family members, and caregivers participate in a caregiver support group while participants practice their social skills during group discussions of past activities and experiences.
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