Monday, August 30, 2021

Free On-Line Dementia Training Session Tuesday 1:30

130,000 people in Massachusetts have Alzheimer's disease or another form of dementia according to the Alzheimer's Association. Sadly, the number of people impacted by these conditions affecting memory, thinking, and behavior will likely increase to 150,000 in less than 5 years. 

SeniorCare Inc. is welcoming you to participate in a 1-hour information session (virtual organized by that covers the key messages everyone should know about dementia. Alzheimer's and dementia are serious health issues and people having memory loss may not notice the problem. Let's learn more. 

Each of the organizations that I have mentioned are non-profits dedicated to serving the needs of others. SeniorCare serves nine communities including: #Beverly, #Essex, #Gloucester, #Hamilton, #Ipswich, #Manchester-by-the-Sea, #Rockport, #Topsfield, and #Wenham 

#Alzheimer's #ENDALZ


Dementia Friends Information Session

Free  Online Event


1 hr
Price: Free
Public Anyone on or off Facebook
Join the global movement to change the way people think, act and talk about dementia!
How do I become a Dementia Friend? You will become a Dementia Friend by attending this one-hour virtual information session to learn five key messages about living with dementia, and the simple things you can do to make a difference in your community.
What Happens at the Information Session? This free information session is a discussion led by a volunteer Dementia Friends Champion. You’ll learn what dementia is, what it’s like to live with it, and some tips for communicating with people who have dementia.
Participants say:
“This has opened my eyes.”
“I wish I knew this five years ago when my family was going through it.” “I will be much more aware at work and out in my community.”
Where: Virtual session on Zoom (link will be sent after you register)
Champion: Carrie Johnson
Dementia Friends is a global movement developed by the Alzheimer’s Society in the United Kingdom and now underway in Massachusetts and across the United States.
To learn more, visit or contact Beth Soltzberg at