Caregiver’s Support Group
For families and caretakers of loved ones with Alzheimer’s or other forms of Dementia. If you are feeling sad, guilty, lonely or helpless, You are not alone! Come join us to talk about these feelings, and connect with others whose experiences are similar to yours. Light refreshments are served. Find out more.
Schedule: We meet the first Wednesday of every month:
Mark your calendars for 2019…
January 2 * February 6 * March 6 * April 3 * May 1 * June 5
July 3 * August 7 * September 4 * October 2 * November 6 * December 4
Time: 10:30 am – 12 noon
Location: Conference room at 8 West Main Street, Groton MA 01450
For information call:
Laurie Morency at 978-448-4122 ext. 250 or
Nancy D’Agostino at 978-448-1400 ext. 231
Thursday, September 6th at 4:00
Dinner and registration starting at 4:00 with the Presentation to follow.
Who, Me? Thoughts on Driver Evaluation, Driver Rehabilitation, and Driver Retirement.
Kristen Dixon Keilty is an occupational therapist and driving instructor who runs the Keys to Independence, driver evaluation and rehabilitation program at Emerson Hospital’s Center for Rehabilitative and Sports Therapies.
Her program helps people assess their current fitness to drive and make plans for when driver retirement becomes a recommendation or a necessity.
Please contact Lauren McCaig to RSVP
978-448-4122 or email@example.com
Aging and Vision Loss Presentation
The Healthy Aging Eye
Macular Degeneration and other Eye Diseases
Strategies for Everyday Activities
Presented by: Carol Curdo,
Massachusetts Association for the Blind & Visually Impaired
Date: Wednesday, August 8, 2018
Time: 11 AM – Noon
Where: RiverCourt Residences
8 West Main St, Groton, MA 01450
Light refreshments will be served
Vision loss has been linked to difficulties with daily living activities, high blood pressure, heart disease, strokes, falls, and depression. People frequently equate loss of visual function to old age and assume that nothing can be done to improve quality of life. However, many elders with vision loss are surprised to learn that they can continue many of the activities they enjoyed before.