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Alzheimer's Association presenting informational event on safety and memory challenges on June 7 in Framingam
By Douglas Flynn / May 25, 2018

The Alzheimer's Association is presenting an educational program for family caregivers called "Safety and Memory Challenges" at Heritage at Framingham Assisted Living on Thursday, June 1.

Dementia-related changes affect how we must think about safety. This program will teach strategies to encourage a safe environment and lifestyle for those affected with memory challenges.

The event will go from 1-2 p.m. at Heritage (747 Water Street, Framingham, MA). The program is free of charge, but is intended for family caregivers. It is not appropriate for the person with dementia or professionals.

To RSVP, call 508-665-5300 or email askheritage@heritageassistedliving.org.

 



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