The Connections Project
The Aging Services Division of the Department of Social Services is administering a grant in the North Central region from the Administration on Aging entitled CONNECTIONS. The CONNECTIONS Project is designed to empower families living with a diagnosis of Alzheimer's Disease by offering streamlined access to available services, as well as the introduction of Cognitive Training, a unique approach for individuals with the disease that is often effective in maintaining or improving memory and cognitive function, reducing depression and isolation, and restoring hope. Cognitive Training programs are being offered at three sites in the North Central region: Seabury, The Retreat, and the Alzheimer's Resource Center.
Information sessions are being offered in the months of September and October and are open to all interested (please see attachment that lists the sessions). Space is limited, however, so registration is required. Please call Beth Lomasky at Seabury at (860) 243-6024 for more information on Cognitive Training or to register for an information session. For general information on the CONNECTIONS Project, please contact Patti Richardson at North Central Community CHOICES at 1-800-994-9422 extension 251.
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