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An Alzheimer’s Community Forum is a town hall style meeting that gathers constituents in a neutral setting to ask questions about the disease, discuss their experiences, learn about resources and discover how to engage in the cause.

The goals of an Alzheimer’s Community Forum are to:
1. Listen to the experiences of the community related to the cause.
2. Identify needs, gaps in resources and opportunities.
3. Elevate awareness and visibility of the Alzheimer's Association.

In-person
HARRISONBURG AND ROCKINGHAM COUNTY COMMUNITY FORUM
TUESDAY, JUNE 21  |  10 A.M.
Bridgewater Church of the Brethren 
420 College View Dr, Bridgewater, VA 22812

Join the Alzheimer’s Association for this community forum and learn about Alzheimer’s, dementia and memory loss in this community-focused listening session. We will discuss the generational impact of Alzheimer’s disease, barriers to adequate diagnosis and quality healthcare, and how we can come together to effectively provide education and support resources to families. 
DETAILS
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In-person
LYNCHBURG COMMUNITY FORUM
THURSDAY, JUNE 23  |  2:30 P.M.
Runk & Pratt Companies
1208 Perrowville Rd., Forest, VA 24551

Join the Alzheimer’s Association for this community forum and learn about Alzheimer’s, dementia and memory loss in this community-focused listening session. We will discuss the generational impact of Alzheimer’s disease, barriers to adequate diagnosis and quality healthcare, and how we can come together to effectively provide education and support resources to families. 
DETAILS
REGISTER