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Alzheimer’s disease is life-changing for both the diagnosed individuals and those close to them. While there is currently no cure, taking full advantage of available treatment, care and support options can make life better. We are here to help you find the resources and support you need.

Early Stage Forum

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A 7-week education and support program for Persons with Recently Diagnosed Early Stage Memory Loss and their Care Partners.

Participants will learn about:

  • Medical Updates
  • Legal & Financial Information
  • Daily Living Strategies
  • Coping Skills
  • Maintaining Social & Family Relationships
  • Healthy Living & Community Resources

Mondays, October 7 - November 18, 2013
10am - 12pm

Hosted at the Alzheimer's Association:
6632 Convoy Court
San Diego, CA 92111

For more information please contact Kelly Anderson, MSW at 858.966.3291 or

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