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Welcome to the section that shares upcoming events for people with early-stage memory loss and their care partners.

Conversations at the Kreeger Museum

Location:  The Kreeger Museum, 2401 Foxhall Road, NW, Washington, DC 20007
Date(s):  2nd and 3rd Mondays of each month (except August)
Time:  10:30 a.m. or 2 p.m.
Duration:  1.5 hours
Registration required
 Derya Samadi, Program Manager at 202.337.3050 ext. 18 or

The Kreeger Museum, in partnership with the Alzheimer’s Association® National Capital Area Chapter and other regional senior organizations, has developed an exciting new art program specially designed for people living with Alzheimer’s Disease (AD), their families and caregivers.  Modeled after the pioneering MeetMe at MoMA (Museum of Modern Art, NYC) program, Conversations at The Kreeger Museum provides a forum for dialogue and connection through looking at art.  Docents lead small interactive tours and discussions through the museum’s accessible galleries and grounds. The tours are intended to stimulate conversation and memories for participants and to create a sense of well-being.  During the program, visitors have exclusive access to the museum’s great architecture, sculpture, and paintings.  The program is free of charge not only individuals suffering from the disease but also to caregivers and family members who often face significant medical, emotional and economic challenges as a direct result of this devastating disease.  Conversations is the first museum program of its kind in the Washington, DC area.  Read more here.

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Group for Individuals Newly Diagnosed with Alzheimer's

Location:  Friendly's Restaurant, 12048 Cherry Hill Road, White Oak, MD 20904
Date:  Every second Tuesday of each month
Time:  2:30 - 3:30 p.m.
The meeting is free.  RSVP is required. 
Contact:  Julie Boone Roth, Community Liaison at 301.847.3051 or before attending for the first time.

Begin your journey on the right foot, join us for support and education where you will learn:
- background information regarding Alzheimer's and other related dementias
- the latest research information on Alzheimer's disease
- ways you can prepare for living with Alzheimer's
- how you can use community resources to help you and your family

Sponsored by Arden Courts - A Memory Care Community and the Alzheimer's Association National Capital Area Chapter.

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The Alzheimer's Association® National Capital Area Chapter’s Early Stage Services are here to assist and support you. We can provide information by telephone or in private counseling sessions for you, your care partners and family members.


We encourage you to learn more by our Helpline 1.800.272.3900. 


Return to the Early Stages Services main web page to here.

This program is underwritten in part by a generous gift in honor of Marilyn and Stefan Tucker.


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