captures the essence of
Arthur’s Memory Cafe
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Members speak honestly as to why
these gatherings are not your everyday “support group.”
I would like to thank the members of Arthur’s Memory Cafe for being so kind to share their personal thoughts with us. I believe their honesty will help remove the fear of diagnosis and engagement. Each of them was amazing in their own way. Thank you Ollie and Dixielee, George and Annie, John and and Bill. Kudos for raising awareness.
For more information on Memory and Memory and Alzheimer’s Cafe Mentors! These are individuals around the world that would love to talk to you and answer your questions as to starting one up or shifting needs of your existing group. One Mentors, Debora Tingley, the founder of the Memory Café Catalyst will even provide you a FREE web page for your own Memory Cafe!Cafe’s please visit Alzheimer’s Speaks web page which will not only give you general information, but resource tools. In addition, you will find
If you live in Arthur’s Memory Cafe. We meet the 2nd & 4th Wednesdays each month from 1-3pm. Feel free to contact us!and are in the area we would love for you to join us at
We meet at Arthur’s Coffee Shop –
2441 Rice Street 55113 Coffee Shop # (651) 294-4782
Contact Sarah Abbott with Arthur’s Memory Cafe at
651-339-4266 wk or 612-567-0096 cell
Carole Larkin – Texas – is the founder of ThirdAge Services. Carole is a Certified Geriatric Care Manager and a nationally known expert in Alzheimer’s and related dementias care.
Lori La Bey – Minnesota – is the Founder of Alzheimer’s Speaks, internationally known for her dementia platforms, services, presentations and trainings.
John T. McFadden – Wisconsin – an ordained minister and his wife Susan H. McFadden, Ph.D., retired as Professor of Psychology, our the founders of the Fox Valley Memory Project.
Jytte Lokvig – – is an artist, educator and counselor. In 2008 Dr. Lokvig opened the first Alzheimer’s Café.
David Light and Jim Delves, – with Carers’ Pathway. They are former Carers now working together to help others and y have opened 26 Memory Cafés in the UK, as well as other parts of the Country and abroad.
Sue McDermott – England – is the Peer Support Network Coordinator for Cornwall Rural Community Council. She has developed and facilitates a Memory Café Network in England.
Andy Francis, – United Kingdom – lost dear close family and friends at the hands of this debilitating condition. He developed a national UK directory.
Debora Tingley – Switzerland – is the founder of the Memory Café Catalyst. She is a gerontologist and has her in Neuroscience.