Memory Matters - Virtual Edition

The purpose of this program is to engage individuals with ADRD (Alzheimer’s disease-related dementias) in daily living and socialization activities lead by Morgan’s Wonderland. Caregivers of these individuals will engage in a series of educational sessions presented by the Alzheimer’s Association designed to educate the caregivers in topics related to the disease, discuss issues commonly encountered in caregiving, and how to address those. Each session will offer stress management techniques for all participants. Caregivers may attend as many sessions as they would like. This free program will be offered through the Zoom virtual platform.

Next Session is

Friday, July 23, 2021
at 10:00am CT

TOPIC: Caregivers and Grief and Loss
ACTIVITY: Zumba Gold at Home with Dawn Cortez

The session will be conducted via Zoom so pre-registration is required. You will be given a link to the session after you register. We hope you’ll join us!


2021 Save the Dates for Memory Matter Meetups!
10:00 am – 11:30 am

Virtual

July 9
TOPIC: Developing Coping Strategies
ACTIVITY: At Home Magic with The Astonishing Mr. Pitts
Register Here

July 23
TOPIC: Caregivers and Grief and Loss
ACTIVITY: Zumba Gold at Home with Dawn Cortez
Register Here

In-Person

August 13
TOPIC: Know the 10 Signs: Early Detection Matters
ACTIVITY: Drum Circle with Tbow
Register Here

August 27
TOPIC: Understanding Alzheimer’s and Dementia
ACTIVITY: Drum Circle with Tbow
Register Here

September 10
TOPIC: Dementia Conversations
ACTIVITY: Drum Circle with Tbow

September 24
TOPIC: Effective Communication Strategies
ACTIVITY: Drum Circle with Tbow
Register Here

October 8
TOPIC: Alzheimer’s Disease: Legal Planning
ACTIVITY: Drum Circle with Tbow
Register Here

October 22
TOPIC: Alzheimer’s Disease: Finding the Help You Need: Long Term Services and Support
ACTIVITY: Drum Circle with Tbow
Register Here


Thank you to our partners
Wellmed, Alzheimers Association and UT Schooll of Nursing Logos

This project was supported, in part by grant number TX90ADPI0014 from the U.S. Administration for Community Living, Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, D.C. 20201.