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One of the core themes underlying the early-stage experience for those recently diagnosed with memory loss are the changes in behavior, cognition, daily routines and relationships that can often result in isolation, depression and lack of connection with those around them. Early-stage individuals benefit from opportunities that allow them to make meaningful contributions, remain involved and active in daily life, foster friendships and make decisions for as long as possible. 

Brain Games (A Zoom presentation)
Friday, May 13, 11 a.m.

Learn about the functions of different parts of the brain while solving fun riddles, puzzles, quizzes and conundrums.            Register here.

Art Moments (A Zoom presentation)
May 26, 6:30 p.m.
A fun interactive activity to enjoy art.              Register here.

Download a complete list of MAY Early-Stage Social Engagement programs AND Memory Cafes here.

June Awakenings Celebrating Summer & Our Friendly Pollinators: Bees

Tuesday, June 21, 10:30 a.m.
Register here.

This group provides a safe and relaxed environment where people with early stage memory loss and their family and friends can come together to share conversation and creative expression in the exploration of all forms of literature. Each month will explore a new theme. 

Memory Café

This program offers a fun and comfortable way for people living in the early stage of Alzheimer's or other dementia to gather, get active and connect with one another through a variety of activities that promote social interaction and companionship. Find a listing of Memory Cafés here

Prescreening is required. Contact Yolanda Wright at or 443.632.9718.