Have you ever asked yourself,
“Is this normal? Should I worry about my memory?”
Join Lisa Levine, Director of Education for Dementia Alliance of North Carolina, for this discussion to learn what normal aging looks like, how dementia differs and what signs might indicate a problem. We will explore the difference between Alzheimer’s disease and dementia and share what, if anything, you can do to reduce your risk of developing either.
Whether you are interested for yourself, a family member or you just want to know for the future, this talk will be an interactive learning opportunity to ask questions and explore more about memory loss.
About the Speaker:
Lisa Levine is responsible for educational outreach through workshops, conferences, health and wellness education, community awareness programs, and professional in-service training. Thirty years have passed and she continues to work toward improving the quality of life for people living with cognitive impairment and dementia.
This program is free, but registration is required by 1/10 to help us plan properly. Please consider a $5/person donation to offset our costs.
For any questions, please contact JFS Program Coordinator, Debbie Ross, at 919-676-2200 ext. 129 or email Debbie.Ross@ShalomRaleigh.org