FAMILY RESOURCE PROGRAM
Wellness and Educational Programs
for Alzheimer's and Dementia Caregivers
Programs, Events, and Resources for Family Caregivers
Leveraging Dance to Cultivate Meaningful Connection
Join dance artist and Global Atlantic Fellow for Equity in Brain Health, Magda Kaczmarska for an afternoon exploring the role of dance in facilitating and extending meaningful connection and expression for and with people living with dementia. Magda brings almost 20 years of co-creative dance practice with a special focus on facilitating dance with older adults and people living with diverse neurocognitive conditions. She created and leads the Stories in the Moment program, which uses dance to amplify the creative voices of people living with dementia. Join us for this online session where we will explore the many ways any of us can tap into the powerful vehicle of dance as a tool for connection, expression and belonging. Learn more about Magda: www.dancestreamprojects.com
March 23, 2023
4:30PM - 5:30 PM
Virtual on Zoom - Register here
We are open for in-person and virtual programs!
Click here for our
with program calendar.
Please call us for details and more information at 718-499-7701.
Continuing on Zoom: Poetry, music,
drumming, art, and more!
Please join us for online activities for adults with
Alzheimer's Disease or other types of dementia
and their caregivers. Programs are held on Zoom,
which is easy to use with an internet connection
or a telephone.
For the schedule of events please contact
Interim Executive Director Susan Ramos at
718-499-7701 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us in person or on Zoom!
Brooklyn In-Person Early-Stage Support Group
for people in the early stages of Alzheimer’s
or other dementia
Living with early-stage Alzheimer’s, another
dementia, or mild cognitive impairment?
You're invited to our new weekly support group
in Brooklyn, meeting Mondays, Feb. 27-Apr. 24,
from 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at Heights and Hills,
81 Willoughby Street.
Please register by calling 800.272.3900 and visit the Alzheimer's Association website to learn more about Early-Stage support groups.
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