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JCS Memory Café

Individuals with memory impairment and their care partners are invited to the monthly JCS Memory Café, a welcoming, relaxed place to meet with others and enjoy refreshments, sensory-stimulating activities, and supportive socialization.

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Mindful Art with a Purpose

Date: May 29 & June 5 @ 2:00 pm via Zoom. Participants will explore different means of creative self-expression to develop self-awareness, enhance mental well-being, and foster healing.

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Older gentleman with his adult daughter

Surviving Sundowning

For some people, dusk can be a favorite time of day. But many people with dementia struggle in the late afternoon or early evening, becoming agitated, anxious, and confused. The condition is called “sundowning.”

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Mindful Art with a Purpose for Adults 60+

4-Part Workshop on Tuesdays beginning May 16 @ 2:00 pm via Zoom. Participants age 60+ will experiment with different means of creative self-expression to develop self-awareness, enhance mental well-being, and foster healing.

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Mindful Art with a Purpose for Adults 60+

4-Part Workshop on Tuesdays beginning May 16 @ 2:00 pm via Zoom. Participants age 60+ will experiment with different means of creative self-expression to develop self-awareness, enhance mental well-being, and foster healing.

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Don’t Think “Downsize,” Think “Rightsize”

By Mark Pressman  
Whether you ultimately decide to move to a single floor living environment or not, you need to think about how you will address the significant physical limitations imposed by a medical problem, accident or simply increased frailty.

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Meaningful Aging

By Mimi Kraus, LCSW-C
As life expectancy has increased and people began living many years past retirement, the question of how to age successfully and meaningfully became most salient.  

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