The Art of Aging:
A Creative Approach to Dementia
October 2, 2020
8:30 am – 4:00 pm
Harpeth Hills Church of Christ
Please join us for an engaging and inspiring seminar on the use of creativity with dementia. As a neurologist, author, educator, and caregiver for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease, Dr. Daniel Potts will be exploring the powerful use of art to provide an avenue of comfort and expression for those living with dementia. In addition, Board Certified Art Therapists and Music Therapists will present how their work is utilized to promote reminiscence and a sense of self in the care and treatment of this population.
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE OUR SUPPORT GROUPS WILL BE MEETING VIA ZOOM.
contact Robyn at email@example.com for the meeting log on if you wish to join in
Caregiver Support Group
Every 2nd Thursday Evening from 6:30 pm – 8:00 p.m.
A safe place to share and learn from other caregivers experiencing similar situations while caring for someone with dementia.
Room 206. For more information Call, Robyn Arab 615-294-1642
Daughters of Dementia Support Group
Support group for active women caring for a loved one with dementia. Are you balancing life, family, work, and caregiving? Do you feel stressed and lonely juggling all your responsibilities? Join the Daughters of Dementia Support Group as we come together for support and connection to help you navigate your caregiving journey.
The group will meet on the second Tuesday of the month at 6:00 pm at Franklin First United Methodist Church in room B139.
Our church address is 120 Aldersgate Way Franklin, TN 37064. Park on the Southside of the campus and enter through the door marked South A.
Call today to schedule your memory screening.
It is a 10-minute proces