Is a dementia-specific advance directive necessary? A growing number of Americans over age 60, have a standard advance directive, designating a decision-maker to direct their medical care if they became incapacitated. Not all experts are convinced another directive is needed. An article in the New York Times, “One Day Your Mind May Fade. At Least You’ll […]
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Honoring Joyce Leanse
Thursday, June 14, 2018
For her significant contributions to the Alzheimer’s community.
Through a broad range of socially and intellectually engaging cognitive stimulation programs delivered by specially trained staff and volunteers, OPICA creates a structured, yet joyful and nurturing, environment that enables adults in all stages of memory loss to maintain dignity and self-worth.
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- Personalized support for the whole family
- Comprehensive set of programs and services
- Expertise critical for memory loss care
- Tailored to individual’s impairment level