NOVEMBER IS NATIONAL ALZHEIMER'S
DISEASE AWARENESS MONTH
Is This Normal Memory Loss?
Thursday, November 2 11:00 a.m. | Chapel of St. John
Dr. Linda Sasser will present on how your memory works and age-related brain changes. Learn about lifestyle practices that help maintain and improve brain function as well as easy to use strategies for remembering names, information and tasks.
Rush University’s Memory and Aging Project
Thursday, November 9 11:00 a.m. | Chapel of St. John
Learn about healthy aging and Alzheimer’s Disease. Rush University’s Memory and Aging Project, now 20 years old, has added greatly to what we know about memory, aging and brain health. Complimentary lunch.
Alzheimer’s Disease: Research and Breakthroughs Tuesday
November 14 5:30 p.m. | Chapel of St. John
The Alzheimer’s Association and Great Lakes Clinical Trials will talk about the latest breakthroughs in Alzheimer’s research, new treatment options and services available to the community. Complimentary dinner.
"Garden of Remembrance" Throughout the month of November
Lutheran Home welcomes the Community to participate in growing our "Garden of Remembrance." Stop by the Concierge at Main Entrance and pick up a special laminated tag that can be personalized in honor of loved ones who are struggling or have struggled with Alzheimer's disease.