Research has shown that continued social engagement contributes to the quality of life and the maintenance of functional abilities for a person diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease or related Dementia. There is “still a lot of living to do” after the diagnosis; the Neighborhood Memory Café being a place to assist, promote, and restore a sense of “normalcy” for both the person with the diagnosis and the caregiver.
The CFCS Neighborhood Memory Café is held the 2nd Saturday of every month from 10:00 am to noon at Cambridge Family & Children’s Service, 60 Gore Street, Cambridge, 02141. Free parking is available onsite. We look forward to meeting you!
*Guests who require personal assistance must bring a care partner.
Questions? Contact Nancy at (857) 453-4273 or email@example.com
CFCS Memory Cafés are sponsored by Developmental Disabilities Services (DDS).
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