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Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio
Is How We Care & Connect the Cure?
Thursday we will have Lynda Weston who at the age of 50, went back to the university to study spirituality and religion, which led her to Integrate her arts background and her experience with people with dementia and their care partners. Lynda created “Back in Five,” an innovative method based in a belief that caring and connecting are the ‘cure’.
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