Summer 2021 Educational Series

Starting on September 9, MemoryCare will be providing a three-part educational series designed for caregivers to learn more about how to care for themselves and their loved one affected by dementia. These courses will be live-broadcast for online attendance only to ensure they are safely accessible during this time of isolation due to COVID-19. MemoryCare is grateful for the ability to offer these courses in a tele-education format as a result of funding from grants through The Duke Endowment, The Cannon Foundation and The Leverage Fund of the Dogwood Health Trust along with additional funds from private donors.

Courses are free and open to the public and will be presented as a live online broadcast from 2:00 – 3:30pm. See the corresponding course below to register. Contact our office at 828-771-2219 or education@memorycare.org with any questions.

September 9, 2021

Book Club: “My Dad My Dog”
presented by author, Rebecca Warner

Her Alzheimer’s-afflicted dad, her elderly dog…as their caregiver, Rachel knows they need her. But do they need each other, too? Join us for a discussion with Asheville author, Rebecca Warner, on her newest novel.

September 16, 2021

 “Community Resources for Caregivers”
Presented by:
Edward Jones and Nancy Hogan with Land of Sky
Donna Nawrocki with MountainCare
Lisa Laney with Premier Care Navigation

Join us for a panelist discussion with several community-based (Buncombe County) programs to learn about the invaluable resources they offer caregivers.

September 24, 2021

 “The Problem of Alzheimer’s”
presented by Dr. Jason Karlawish, interviewed by Dr. Margaret Noel.

A discussion with Dr. Jason Karlawish, internationally recognized speaker and author of “The Problem of Alzheimer’s,” a definitive and compelling book that traces the disease from its beginnings to its recognition as a crisis, as interviewed by Dr. Margaret Noel, MemoryCare Founder.

MemoryCare’s community education is supported through donations – your help is appreciated!

MemoryCare is nonprofit charitable organization whose mission is three-fold:  To provide specialized medical care to older adults with cognitive impairment; to support caregivers with education, counseling, and improved access to services; and to provide community education.

MemoryCare is a 501(c)3 public charity as determined by the Internal Revenue Service, Federal Tax ID: 56-2178294.  
Financial information about this organization and a copy of its license are available from the Charitable Solicitation Licensing Section at 919-814-5400.  The license is not an endorsement by the State.

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