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View Upcoming Fundraisers Thrown by Friends of the Chapter here.

2016 Facts and Figures Report
Includes a Special Report on the Personal Financial Impact of Alzheimer’s on Families
Get the Facts! Download the full report here.

Save the Date for A Day for Caregivers

Program Topics
Compare/Contrast Different types of Dementia
• Managing Behaviors & Preserving Identity
• Enriching & Engaging through the Arts
• The Trajectory  of Alzheimer’s Research
• Caring for You — The Art of Mindfulness
• Community Resources — Help When You Need It
      Tuesday, August 9
Thomas Nelson Community College Workforce Development Center, Hampton

Thursday, August 11
Paul D. Camp Community College Workforce Development Center, Franklin

Pre-registration is required by July 29
Conference cost: $10.00
Includes continental breakfast & lunch

Doors open at 8:30 am for registration sign-in
Program begins at 9:00 am and ends 3:30 pm

Call 757.459.2405 for more information.

You may email, fax, or mail this form to:

ATTN: Sherry Warren Alzheimer’s Association 6350 Center Drive, Suite 102, Norfolk, VA 23502 or
Sherry.Warren@alz.org  Fax: 757-461-7902

The community colleges are offering general adult continuing education credits. If you would like to receive credits, please call Sherry at 757.459.2405 or email infoseva@alz.org (indicate which conference you will be attending).

A Day for Caregivers Conference is made possible in part thanks to the generosity of the Camp Family Foundation, Franklin Southampton Charities, J.L. Camp Foundation, and the Peninsula Community Foundation.

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