Memory Lane. If you have concerns about someone you know who is experiencing forgetfulness or confusion with simple living activities, come to Memory Lane at Moravian Hall Square.

Home Special Program Overview Memory Lane

Morningstar Living is dedicated to providing education to caregivers, professionals and community members about dementia-related diseases.  Memory Lane is an initiative aimed at providing information and education to the public, specifically about dementia. Throughout the year, this series of educational programs will explore various challenges faced by caregivers and provide information and guidance on meeting those challenges successfully.  Issues explored will range from meeting the needs of the individual with dementia, to self-care for the caregiver and accessing community resources to support the process of caring.

Sandwich Generation- Your Role in Eldercare –
Thursday, September 7, 2017 – 6:00 pm

Jim Ruggiero, Esquire will discuss when it is time to take over the care of a loved one, making a plan (legal, healthcare and financial), advocating for your loved one and balancing self-care, family care and the care of your loved one.

Dementia and the Changing Brain:
Recognizing Ten Unmet Needs to Demystify Challenging
Situations – Thursday, November 2, 2017 – 6:00 pm

The purpose of this hour-long interactive workshop is to provide family caregivers an updated understanding of dementia from the standpoint of changing communication abilities through the lens of unmet needs. Guest speaker Dr. Beth A.D. Nolan, Positive Approach to Care, will explore alternative understanding to challenging situations and discuss potential solutions to implement when those challenging situations arise.

Additional Information

The Memory Lane program and a sandwich meal are provided at no charge.
Reservations are required by registering here or calling 888-576-7788.

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