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Lunch and Learn: Memory Loss & Dementia

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Lunch and Learn: Memory Loss & Dementia

Time: February 23, 2015 from 11:30am to 1pm
Location: Wallingford Public Library
Street: 200 North Main St.
City/Town: Wallingford
Website or Map: http://www.wallingfordlibrary…
Phone: 203-265-6754
Event Type: health, seminar
Organized By: Beth Devlin
Latest Activity: Feb 21, 2015

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Wallingford Public Library welcomes the public to a presentation on memory loss and dementia Monday, February 23 at 11:30 a.m. in the library’s Community Room. Grace Martha, Memory Care Resource Coordinator for Masonicare will discuss the facts and figures relevant to dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. The presentation will include the most common misconceptions with these different diagnosis and provide a basic understanding about the various types of dementia. Ms. Martha’s presentation will also cover the importance of mental exercises and how to keep minds sharp and brains challenged. A complimentary light lunch will be provided after the program.

Advance registration by February 18 is requested to insure a meal. This program is cosponsored by Masonicare. Please contact the library at 203-265-6754 or online at wallingfordlibrary.org to register or for more information.

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