Posted April 25, 2011
Do you have a client, neighbor or friend who is caring for a loved one with memory loss? Or just someone who is just interested in learning more, please pass along the following. 

This is a free event. 
Aging GraceMallinckrodt/Meskill Center & The Mather invite you to join us for a conversation with Joanne Walsh Malleta, Director of Memory Support at Mather Pavilion in Evanston to discuss
"The Many Faces of Memory Loss: Navigating the Journey"
– Risks and Definition
– Communication
– Resources
– Creating moments of joy
 
 
Wednesday, April 27
10 – 11 AM
Mallinckrodt/Meskill Center
1041 Ridge Road
(entrance is on the south side of the building)
 
Joanne Walsh Malleta is a licensed social worker and the Director of Memory Support at Mather Pavilion in Evanston.  Mather Pavilion, ranked one of the best nursing care communities in the nation by U.S. News & World Report, provides care for older adults who require skilled nursing care, memory support, and rehabilitation services.   
 
Aging Grace offers personal assistance to a wide range of seniors, from the most active to those with greater need for many of the non-medical activities that make independent living comfortable. Whether we are overseeing bill pay,  home maintenance and upkeep, scheduling appointments for recreation, or providing genteel companionship to complete other personal projects, we relieve senior's and their families of many non-medical activities to make independent living more comfortable. Our services leave time for seniors and their families to do the things that really matter.
 
Mallinckrodt/Meskill Center is an active adult program for the Wilmette Park District
 

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