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Sudbury Senior Center programs - Caring Café: 9 to 11 a.m. May 6.

Sudbury Senior Center programs - 

 Caring Café: 9 to 11 a.m. May 6. The Sudbury Senior Center is located at 40 Fairbank Road, Sudbury.

Director: Debra Galloway.Phone: 978-443-3055.Email: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mondays through Fridays.

Stop by or call the Sudbury Senior Center to sign up or for more detailed information on the following:

 Caring Café: 9 to 11 a.m. May 6. Are you caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s or other dementia? The Caring Café encourages socialization with other caregivers and loved ones where you can just be yourself. The morning will consist of conversation, entertainment, music, arts, games, refreshments and laughter. It is open to anyone in the community at any stage of the disease process accompanied by friends, family and loved ones.

Alexandria Bianco will perform. RSVP by calling the center. Facilitated by Anne Manning, information and referral specialist, and
Tammy Pozerycki, owner and director of Pleasantries Adult Day and Consulting Services. Free to attend.

1 comment:

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I have been through many phases over the last couple of years since my father's diagnosis, he was 53 years old and had Early Onset Alzheimer’s Disease and his diagnosis changed my life in many ways, I spend most of the time in denial and I keep thinking the tests were wrong. But deep down I knew they were correct. Though sharing his story is very difficult. He was always very successful in being able to accomplish anything he set his mind on doing. Alzheimer’s is a bitch of a disease. It began by robbing his recent memory, but it didn't stop there. It continues to steal, taking the most recent memories until it has pilfered all but the oldest memories, he experienced a decline in his ability to think, remember and make decisions. I feel a need to express my thoughts and feelings about how it affected his day to day living and how its deteriorated since despite the help of some wonderful medics and medicine.
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