West Chester Hospital Partners with Artis Senior Living To Offer Free Memory Disorders Presentation on March 11

West Chester Hospital and Artis Senior Living of Mason have partnered to bring support, education and information to the adult children and caretakers of older adults who may have a memory disorder.

The two organizations are offering a free educational program, “Early Warning Signs of Memory Disorders: When to Talk to Your Family Physician,” on Wednesday, March 11.

This program features a presentation by a UC Health West Chester Hospital primary care physician who will discuss the early warning signs of memory disorders. Other questions that will be answered include: At what age can one begin to experience a problem with memory? What is the difference between dementia and Alzheimer’s disease? When should you consult a physician regarding a possible memory problem? What are the next steps for treatment? How can one enjoy a meaningful life when dealing with a memory disorder?

WHAT: “Early Warning Signs of Memory Disorders – When to Talk to Your Family Physician”
WHO: Presented by a West Chester Hospital Primary Care Physician
WHEN: Wednesday, March 11, 2015 – 6:30 to 7 p.m.
WHERE: Artis Senior Living of Mason, 6200 Snider Road, Mason, Ohio 45040 (artissl.com/mason/)

Artis Senior Living of Mason is a dedicated memory care facility designed with attention to the cognitive and physical limitations associated with memory loss and dementia, to create a nurturing environment specifically tailored to residents’ unique needs.

Hurry – seating is limited. A light meal will be served. To register for this free program, call Artis Senior Living at (513) 229-7450.

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