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Improv Workshop (Suite 33)
February 26 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Join us as we welcome back Craig Price, Director of Community Education and Wellness at the Naples Players. These Improv & Alzheimer’s classes are for both care partners (caregivers) and people living with Alzheimer’s or another form of neurodegeneration (dementia). The goal of these classes is build caring and coping skills, help ease tensions, and learn how to adjust to unexpected change all while having a great time.
One of the most impactful skills for care partners is learning to go into their loved one’s world, rather than trying to force a person with Alzheimer’s to live in a reality the makes less and less sense to him or her You will hear: “Learn to go into their world” time and again. These classes will help answer the question: HOW do I do that?
Classes are free of charge.
RSVP is requested. To reserve your spot place email: email@example.com or call (239) 262-8388.
Please note that due to COVID-19, all of our in-person group meetings have been suspended. You may, however, join this meeting online by clicking the link below or calling in: General Support Group online: https://zoom.us/j/537095085 We encourage you to join by using the link above. But you call join by phone: Join by Smart […]Find out more »
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