Cheering for Charity Foundation Resource Network presents...

A diagnosis of a memory disorder is likely to affect not only the patient but also their family, close friends, and associates. Early diagnosis is the key to living more comfortably and successfully for all concerned.  Facing the facts and learning about treatment is the first step to empower those who have been touched by Alzheimer’s disease, Dementia or any memory disorder.

 

These are an informative series of discussions designed for patients, family members and caregivers.  Our panel of experienced professionals consists of attorneys, financial and insurance experts. There are many questions and decisions to be made when dealing with a serious disease.  They will provide you with relevant facts that you need to know when trying to make the best choices.  There will be opportunities for questions and answers at the end of each session.

Alzheimer's vs. Normal Aging

 

Wednesday, April 22nd

6:00 PM

 

Artis Senior Living of Mason

6200 Snider Road

Mason, OH 45040

Registration is free but space is limited.

 

Please RSVP to Jerry Craft at (513) 229-7450

or email jcraft@Artismgmt.com

Dr. Jennifer Molano, of the University of Cincinnati Memory Disorder Center, presented the topic "Overview & Update on Alzheimer's Disease" at the Barrington of West Chester.

Hidden Secrets of Veteran's Benefits

Wednesday, April 29th

6:00 PM

Presented by...

Chris Lavin

of Lavin Law Group, LLC

Meal and tour of the facility included.

Artis Senior Living of Mason

6200 Snider Road - Mason, OH 45040

Dr. Robert Keyes, Christ Hospital Center for Health & Aging, explaining the differences between Alzheimer's Disease and Normal Aging at Evergreen.

Meal and tour of the facility included.

Presented by...

Dr. Robert Keyes

  of the Christ Hospital Health

  & Aging Center

Former Ben-Gal now leading the Cheers for a different cause..
 

"I am committed to helping those people, their families, and caregivers dealing with Alzheimer's. All the funds we raise stay local to help over 55,000 already affected by this disease."

Priscilla Groh

Priscilla Groh -

Founder/President of Cheering

for Charity Foundation

Cheering for Charity is dedicated to my mother Helen Miller, 1918-2008.

My mother Helen was diagnosed with Alzheimer's in 2001. She was 90 years young on September 24, 2008.

 

To my sorrow she lost her battle with the disease and was taken from me on November 14, 2008.

Still beautiful at 90!

513 827 ALZS (2597)

PO Box 53759 / Cincinnati, Ohio 45253

info@cheeringforcharity.org

Benefiting those with Alzheimer's and their Caregivers