Dementia Conversations: Driving, doctor visits, legal & financial planning
Starting the conversation with your loved one about giving up the keys will not be easy. The good news is that in our interactive discussion with Daniel Cronin of the Alzheimer’s Foundation, you can take concrete steps that let you prepare for those difficult moments now. Join us on Thursday, October 22, from 1-2 p.m. for an informative, interactive virtual event that will provide insight into the need for a communicative care team, financial planning, and more.
RSVPs to the event have been closed.
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Healthy foods and an active lifestyle can both positively contribute to your brain health. As we age, we are more prone to memory decline. Staying socially engaged and trying new activities can help you strengthen your brain and fight memory loss. It is also important to eat foods that bolster your memory and improve overall brain health. By adapting some of these habits into your daily life, you’ll be on the road to a healthier brain, and The Village at Orchard Ridge–A National Lutheran Community can help you get there.
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