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Alzheimer's Education Event: Still Alice Movie Screening and Discussion

Our founder, Linda Chamberlain, will be speaking at an upcoming Alzheimer’s education event in Clearwater. The event, at the Madonna Ptak Center for Alzheimers and Memory Loss at Morton Plant Hospital, will feature the movie Still Alice and a discussion of important Alzheimer’s information.

Alzheimer's Education seminar and movie screening

Still Alice is a movie based on the 2007 novel by the same name, about a woman diagnosed with Early-Onset Alzheimer’s disease. It is a touching portrayal of the disease and its effects on the individual and family.

In addition to the movie, the event will offer Alzheimer’s education from Dr. Diana Pollack, Director of the Memory Clinic and specialist in Alzheimer’s and other dementias. She will speak about brain health and answer Alzheimer’s education questions. Linda Chamberlain’s Alzheimer’s education section will contain legal information that individuals and their families need to know when facing Alzheimer’s disease.

Join this important Alzheimer’s education event on June 5th, from 10:30-1:00. Please RSVP to Celisa Bonner at the Madonna Ptak Center for Alzheimer’s and Memory Loss by June 2nd (spaces are limited): 727-298-6384 or Celisa.Bonner(at)Baycare.org.

If you have questions about Alzheimer’s education or services, we also welcome your calls to our eldercare team. We offer comprehensive assessments, care planning, patient advocacy and assistance with a wide array of services and programs (and help navigating them). Contact Aging Wisely at 727-447-5845 any time!

 

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