Programs on Dementia at the Southington Public Library

Programs on Dementia at the Southington Public Library

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Healthcare representatives from the Alzheimer’s Resource Center in Southington will lead a series of three free discussions at the library focusing on concerns and issues related to dementia.

The first program, ‘Hope Full Lives: For Care Partners and People Living with Dementia,’ is scheduled for 6 p.m. Monday, Sept. 25, at 255 Main St.

All of us desire lives full of hope and well-being, this does not change when a family is affected by dementia. Explore ways to promote well-being for all individuals touched by dementia. The free resources including memory screens, classes support groups, coaching, and counseling services available to Southington residents will be highlighted. This program is made possible due to a grant from The Barnes Memorial Trust.

Other programs in the series are:

Wednesday, Oct. 18, at 6 p.m., ‘Forgetting names and keys? Is this normal aging or dementia?’

Wednesday, Oct. 25, at 6 p.m., ‘Do you love someone with dementia? Caring for the Caregiver’

The second and third programs in the series are made possible due to generous grants from the Older Americans Act and the Barnes Memorial Trust. Registration is required, seating is limited. For information, visit southingtonlibrary.org or call 860-628-0947 ext-5.


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