Posted October 19, 2007

On Wednesday, Oct 24  from 6-8 pm, The Hartwell is giving a free presentation on staying connected to someone with memory loss.

Daniel Kuhn, MSW the director of the Professional Training Institute of the Greater Illinois Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association will describe what it’s like to experience memory loss and how to help those who are living with it.  Daniel has been active in health care and aging for more than 30 years.  He has authored or co-authored more than 40 publications, including Alzheimer’s Early Stages and The Art of Dementia.  I have met him a number of times, he is very knowledgeable and very personable.

What do people with memory loss need to enjoy good quality of life?  Is there a difference between what we think they need and what they really need?  Join them for this informative program and find out.

Please RSVP by Oct 22, seating is limited.  RSVP to 773.275.2400

Refreshments will be served!

Tours will also be available of the Hartwell after the presentation.  Newly remodeled, the Hartwell is  “memory support” assisted living and is one of Senior Living Experts partners.   Located in a  Chicago  neighborhood setting The Hartwell is a comfortable and relaxing environment that positively affects those with dementia.

The address is 5520 N. Paulina Street, Chicago, IL 60640

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