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How to Maintain a Healthy Brain

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September 16 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

About this event
Sign up to join Karen Tyrell, CDP, CPCA, CDCP, Dementia Consultant, Author and Co-creator of Adult Cognitive Wellness Centre for this FREE TALK to help you learn tips and strategies on how to maintain a healthy brain.

NOTE: This is an in-person event you are signing up for.

If you do not want to come visit the Centre, we are also delivering this same talk live over Zoom. Please go to the Eventbrite Event for the Zoom sign up.

Learn more and sign up

This event is ideal for those who are caring for a loved one with early to moderate symptoms of dementia. It is also a great opportunity for those who are interested in learning more about the new Adult Cognitive Wellness Program.

The Adult Cognitive Wellness Program is a small group Day Program option that focuses on organized cognitive stimulating activities in a group setting to reduce isolation for older adults with mild to moderate cognitive impairment. At the same time, this program assists caregivers with respite and offers caregiver support.

Come have a tour of the Langley Adult Cognitive Wellness Centre and allow us to answer any questions you have.

Other locations are now available for attending the Adult Cognitive Wellness Program.

This event is a first come, first serve and seating is limited. (We will be following Covid-19 safety protocols)

IMPORTANT: If you signed up and are no longer able to attend, we kindly ask that you cancel your ticket to allow others the opportunity to attend this limited seating event.

Once you sign up, you will receive an email reminder 3 days before, 1 day before and one last time, 3 hours before the event.

Details

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Date:
September 16
Time:
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

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Shannon Griffin

Leader, Patient and Family Centred Care in Fraser Health

Shannon Griffin

Recently, a PVN Patient Advisor asked healthcare partners, “What are we learning from patients, families, and others thus far during this pandemic?”. This is an excellent question and one to ask ourselves daily.