TUESDAY EVENING: ‘Dinner with the Doc’ planned at Wesley Village

A sign for Wesley Village campus on Long Hill Avenue.

A sign for Wesley Village campus on Long Hill Avenue.

Do you have a loved one experiencing memory loss? What strategies could you incorporate in your day-to-day life that would be the most helpful?

Dr. Daniel Wollman, medical director of the Lifestyle Transition Program at Wesley Village, will discuss this topic and answer questions during “Dinner with the Doc” on Tuesday, Feb. 17 at 5:30 p.m.

A light supper will be provided. RSVP Lisa Kelleher to attend at 203-225-5000 or [email protected]

The session will take place at the Lifestyle Transition area at United Methodist Homes’ Wesley Heights, 580 Long Hill Ave.

The specialized assisted living memory support program is designed to maximize independence and provide education and support services for residents and their families.

 

 

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