MemoryLane’s phone support for caregivers

Caring for a loved one with dementia can be quite taxing under any circumstance, but it is particularly hard for caregivers during COVID-19. 

Now MemoryLane is offering free phone support for dementia education, community resource information, and emotional support for any caregiver who needs assistance. 

Call MemoryLane Care Services to learn more about this service and the other resources they provide. Open to phone calls within limited hours. 

MemoryLaneCare Services, 2500 N. Reynolds Rd. 419-720-4940. memorylanecareservices.org

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