National Memory Screening Week

National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month Alzheimer’s Foundation
November 1-7, 2016 is National Memory Screening Week
Early memory screenings can be helpful! Memory screenings are FREE and take approximately 10 minutes. Memory screenings are a first step toward identifying a memory problem. Early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease can improve quality of life for those individuals with the disease as well as their families and caregivers. Did you know that not all memory problems are caused by Alzheimer’s and some memory problems can be easily treated? Are you interested in having a memory screening?

Visiting Nurses of the Lower Valley is hosting Memory Screening the first Friday of every month beginning November 6th from 10am-12 noon as part of Alzheimer Foundation of America’s National Memory Screening Program.
Call 860-767-0186 to schedule an appointment or stop by our office.
61 Main Street, suite 5, Centerbrook, CT 06409.

Visit the websites below for other November Health Observances
Lung Cancer Awareness Month & COPD Awareness Month American Lung Association
National Hospice Palliative Care Month
National Diabetes month American Diabetes Association

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