Thursday, Nov. 17, 6:30 – 8 p.m. (Members free/nonmembers $5)
An estimated 5.1 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s and the incidence of disease is rising with an aging population. Seeing personality and behavioral changes in a loved one can be alarming.
Join Chip Koltash, LCSW, DPC, CMC, dementia care instructor, Ivy Tech, as he shares information on memory loss, structural changes of the brain and what to expect when you or your loved one is living with the disease. He’ll also share information on how to recognize warning signs of the disease in you or your loved one. Koltash specializes in geriatric and communication issues associated with Alzheimer’s disease.
This event will be held at Parkview Women’s Health Center, located at 11123 Parkview Plaza Drive, Suite 200, Medical Park 2, Entrance 2. To register, call (260) 672-6500.