Exercise and physical activity can have lots of benefits for people with dementia. It can help regulate their sleep and prevent restlessness and sleeplessness in the evening. It can also help maintain a positive mood and lower the risk of them developing depression.
Interactive Guided Tour:
Wednesday, October 11 | 1:30 p.m.
Visual Arts Center of Richmond
1812 West Main Street, Richmond, VA
The Alzheimer’s Association of Greater Richmond is collaborating with the Visual Arts Center of Richmond to provide a fun-filled social engagement for persons living with dementia, their family and caregivers. This free on-site program includes an interactive tour of the gallery, a short video viewing about the exhibition on show and a hands-on workshop based on the exhibition. DETAILS
FOR REGISTRATION OR MORE INFORMATION:
Rachel Lawson | 804.967.2575 | email@example.com
"Where staying connected and having fun makes a difference."
The Alzheimer's Association's Memory Cafés offer a fun and relaxed way for people living with early-stage memory loss to get connected with one another through social events that promote interaction and companionship. This is a place where the care partner can receive information while connecting and sharing with other people in similar situations. The bonds formed in Memory Cafés often last throughout the continuum of the disease and become an additional support for those involved.
3rd Thursday of each month
This program is currently being held virtually. Please register prior to each Memory Café by calling the Greater Richmond chapter office at 804.967.2580.
A community choir for singers with Alzheimer's or dementia and their caregivers.
Listen to them HERE.
Each Thursday, in-person
Salisbury Presbyterian Church
13621 W Salisbury Rd.
10 to 11:30 a.m.
10-10:20 a.m. | Coffee Chat/Social Time
10:20-11:30 a.m. | Rehearsal
For details about how to get involved, go the Joyful Voices website.
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Call: 804.794.5311, Ext. 128