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TOGETHER, WE MARCH FOR MEALS
Meals on Wheels organizations across the country are celebrating throughout the month of March! We are all “tooting our own horns” so to speak. Why, you ask? Click here to learn more.
We'll be at the 2020 Educational Summit on Alzheimer's Disease & Related Dementias, featuring Keynote Speaker, Dr. Carl Hill.
For more information or to register by phone, contact Ginny Funk by email
or call 210-822-6449.
CEU's available for nurses & social workers.
This program is FREE for caregivers & the public.
Grace Place Alzheimer’s Activity Centers partner with the Alzheimer’s Association to provide additional resources for caregivers. Monthly support groups are held to provide education and peer-support to individuals who are caring for a loved one living with Alzheimer’s or dementia.
The support group is 10:00 AM - 11:45 AM, Saturday, March 28 at Grace Place Nacogdoches (Higgins and Nacogdoches). Call 210.735.5115 for more information.
Respite is provided for your loved one at no charge while you are in the meeting.
Grace Notes Choir is a community choir for people living with dementia and their families. Music has the power to unlock memories and reach parts of the damaged brain in ways other forms of communication cannot. When you walk this journey with dementia, singing in a choir can help remove the isolation and brings joy.
Grace Notes Community Choir meets every Friday (Except Friday, February 14, 2020)
at 11 am at the Meadows, 730 Babcock Road, San Antonio, 78201. No previous choir experience necessary. As long as you enjoy music, anyone can be part of the group. It's a place where everyone belongs. Wondering why music is important? Read this article from BBC- The power of music: Vicky MCClure's demetia choir
For more information please call Carole White at 210-567-5831.
This is in partnership with UT Health San Antonio. Thank you to everyone involved for making this possible.