Look Into The Life Of People With Alzheimer’s Disease

. August 31, 2018.
Parkcliffe Memory Care Center

Walk in another person’s shoes and take an inside look into the life of people with Alzheimer’s disease during a Virtual Dementia Tour. Created by nonprofit, Second Wind Dreams, it simulates the overwhelming effects of the aging process with dementia. P.K. Bevill, M.S. founded the nonprofit organization back in 1997 to help seniors living in elder care communities and improve their quality of life. Registration for tours is required. Email Liz Hofbauer at liz@parkcliffe.com to register.

Thursday, 9.20 | 9am-3pm with tours every half hour
3075 E. Plaza Blvd. | Northwood
419-698-3822 | parkcliffe.com
Free

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