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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.
Morningstar Senior 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.
Faith, Hope and Love: These Three Remain in Dementia –
Thursday, March 30, 2017 – 6:00 pm
Most people are aware of the many losses that accompany the progression of dementia. Yet all too often, we miss the strengths and abilities that remain even as the disease progresses. This presentation will offer a positive view of dementia by focusing on the important human capacities that remain in the face of progressive cognitive decline. Based upon a shared understanding of the progressive stages of dementia, this program will explore the capacity individuals with cognitive impairment still have for spirituality, meaningful engagement and relationship. Furthermore, we will discuss the interesting ways in which lessons from spirituality and humanism align with the insights emerging through science and best practice related to dementia care.
Practical Tips and Local Community Support to help with Dementia Care –
Thursday, June 29, 2017 – 6:00 pm
Join us for an informative evening with a panel of experts from the Lehigh Valley who will provide information, tips, best practices and community services for caregivers living and/or caring for someone with Dementia. This will be an informal question and answer format with a brief introduction from each person on the panel. We hope you will come away with ideas on how to manage and support your loved ones in addition to supporting yourself as a caregiver.
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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