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Atria Senior Living Sponsors FREE Educational Events in Cape Cod

Cape Cod Welcomes

Lori La Bey October 24th

3 FREE Live Events

For Professionals & Families

Sponsored by Atria Woodbriar 

 

Additional Programs are Scheduled at:

Oct. 25th, 2017 – Atria Marland Place in Massachusetts (978-357-8628)

Oct. 26th, 2017 – Atria Stratford in Connecticut (203-916-5124)

Oct. 26th, 2017 – Atria Crossroads Place (860-910-4785)

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We Set Sail In 3 Weeks

Join Us!

We are honored by your response to our offering of the Dementia Friendly Symposium and Cruise and we are encouraging people to book their cabins before we are sold out!

For more details on the symposium and cruise go to https://alzheimersspeaks.com/cruise-with-us

Click here for the Symposium Program

Kathy Shoaf the travel agent handling the symposium and cruise can be reached at: 219-608-2002 or email her at Kathy.Shoaf@CruisePlanners.com

Learn What the City of Roseville, MN

to be Dementia Friendly

Download the Tips Below

Insights from Arthur’s 

Here is One of Many Free Tips

Contact Lori La Bey to Host the Dementia Film

“His Neighbor Phil”

 

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How to Communicate with a Person with Dementia

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Our Experts have Dementia

Dementia Chats: Where voices of those diagnosed with dementia are heard.  

Dementia Chats™ was created with the intention to educate people living with dementia; their care partners – family, friends as well as professionals and advocates.  Our Experts are those diagnosed with dementia. We have been doing this series since July of 2012.

Today we had an interesting conversation regarding communication.  You will here from those diagnosed and what they think about all the tips given by “Professionals” to communicate with them.

You will gain insights which will help you care better.  Learn how their senses change, how their emotions and behaviors are affect by their surroundings and how that impacts them in their daily living.

Thank You To Our Experts Living With Dementia:

Michael Ellenbogen
Paulan Gordon
Truthful Loving Kindness
Brian LeBlanc
Laurie Scherrer
Mary Howard
Susan Suchan
Harry Urban

Here are the links to “20 Sign Language Words”

Laurie Scherrer’s Website
https://dementiadaze.com/about/videos/
https://www.dementiamentors.org/videos.html

Brought to You by and Facilitated by

Lori La Bey, Founder of
www.AlzheimersSpeaks.com
www.alzheimersspeaks.com/dementia-chats-webinar

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AN EXCITING EXPERIENCE
FOCUSED ON THE MIND-BODY CONNECTION

  • Exercise your brain and body with a specially designed and fun fitness experience
  • Engage in a brain healthy marketplace with friends, food, books, experts and more
  • Educate yourself with a panel of superstars in brain research, fitness, nutrition and more
  • Empower yourself to save your brain and help wipe out Alzheimer’s

You’re invited to join Maria Shriver and The Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement for a fun, one-of-a-kind event to wipe out Alzheimer’s. Sign up, fundraise and be a part of this exciting three hour experience featuring an exclusive mind-body workout just for Move for Minds participants!

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