Early Stage Initiatives
The Delaware Valley Chapter has established a multi-level program to engage people who are diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or a related disorder through education, support and social engagement. Educational Programs specifically geared for people with the disease, can answer questions about the disease process and provide valuable information on planning. Early Stage Support Groups have been developed as a second level to provide ongoing supportive care. The REC Center, currently based in Philadelphia and Marlton, is an ongoing opportunity for individuals in the earliest stages of dementia to actively participate in social engagement opportunities, volunteer, advocate and meet with their peers. Our Arts & Culture program is a opportunity to take advantage of the rich cultural offerings in the Delaware Valley.
Explore Winterthur's beauty and history!
Individuals in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease or a related disorder are invited to join us for this special interactive program. Enjoy thematic tours of Winterthur Museum collections in a relaxed environment with plenty of time for consideration and discussion. Plan to bring a family member or friend to accompany you on this unique historical journey. Please note: this is not an Alzheimer's Association Delaware Valley Chapter program.
Every second Tuesday of the month
1:00 - 2:30 pm
Winterthur Museum Garden & Library
5105 Kennett Pike
Winterthur, DE 19807
The program is fully described in the flyer available here.
Registration is FREE but you must RSVP by calling David Johnson at 800.272.3900
Our Early Stage initiatives strive to empower people with the disease to actively engage in the disease process and are more fully described in the pages accessed from the links below:
For more information on any of our early stage initiatives,
please call our 24/7 Helpline at 800.272.3900 or contact these staff:
Julie Thomas, Associate Director Clinical Services
David Johnson, REC Center Coordinator