Livermore‘s Rosewood Gardens will be holding the second in a series free workshops for the elderly and/or their caregivers next week.
The facility announced the details of Monday’s event in an email:
When memory disorders begin to impact everyday life and overall safety, it’s time for answers. Join experts Anaga Kumar and Dara Burke for this important luncheon seminar. You’ll learn the warning signs, the facts about Alzheimer’s and other memory disorders, plus forward-looking strategies for living with memory loss or caring for a loved one experiencing it.
Those who wish to attend should call (925) 443-7200.
Livermore Links previously covered Rosewood Gardens when the facility sold for upwards of $31 million in July. “The transition has been a very positive one and we are delighted to be a part of Watermark,” Executive Director Joseph Sarto said in a news release. “The Watermark philosophy includes opening our doors to the public with informative, educational and entertaining events. We hope that our topics in the coming weeks are helpful to area seniors and their families.”
Understanding Alzheimer’s and Other Memory Disorders
at Rosewood Gardens Assisted Living
35 Fenton Street
Date: Monday, November 14th
Time: 11am to 12pm