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Wednesday, September 27, 2023

Family members and caregivers can learn about coping with dementia

The Lady Lake Library and Coping with Dementia LLC have announced that free ABC of Dementia workshops will be offered from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Thursday, May 25; Monday, June 26; and Wednesday, July 12 at 225 W. Guava Street in Lady Lake.   

“Our ABC of Dementia workshop explains Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia in plain language, suggests techniques for becoming a better and less-stressed care partner, and provides useful resources to families living with dementia,”said Coping with Dementia President and workshop presenter Debbie Selsavage.

“While they are designed primarily for care partners and family members of a loved one living with dementia, anyone is welcome, including persons experiencing dementia,” she said.

While the workshops are free, reservations are encouraged.

For more information or to reserve seats at any of the workshops, call (352) 422-3663 or e-mail deb@coping.today.

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