A Great Resource for Learning About Alzheimer’s

A diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease can be terrifying—for your loved one and for you. There’s a great deal to understand and learn how to manage. Fortunately, there are excellent resources available and plenty of support. Here in Southern New England, the Alzheimer’s Association’s Massachusetts and New Hampshire chapter offers a wealth of free educational workshops.

Programs range from basic introductions, including classes for those with mild or early memory loss, to professional training. You can find an overview here and a monthly calendar of programs and events here.

This flier gives a great summary of what’s available:

Alzheimer's Association info

Remember: You’re not alone. The more you learn about Alzheimer’s, the better you and your loved one will be able to manage the journey.

President of Deborah Fins Associates, PC, since 1995, Deborah Liss Fins is a licensed independent clinical social worker and certified Aging Life Care™ manager. Drawing on more than 30 years of professional experience in aging life care management, DFA offers comprehensive assessments and planning, guidance in selecting appropriate care, help identifying resources for financial support and professional consulting. Please contact us to set up a complimentary initial telephone consultation.

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