Tuesday, November 8, 2016
70 A Stonehaven Drive, Kanata
We are most fortunate to be able to call on the expertise of one of our own members for our November presentation.
Adele Muldoon, a member of CFUW Kanata, is also a member of the Alzheimer’s Speakers’ Bureau. She first became involved with the Alzheimer's Society when her mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer ’s disease in 2005. Using the knowledge and experience she gained during the time that she cared for her mother, Adele has gone on to help educate others about the impacts on the patient and those closest to the patient in a family setting. She will give her presentation on behalf of the Alzheimer's Society of Ottawa-Carleton at our next general meeting on November 8th.
Adele will help us understand the difference between Dementia and Alzheimer’s, and she will outline the ten warning signs that may be predictors of the disease. Because health and wellness are her priorities, Adele will suggest ways to help keep our own brains healthy and she will recommend ways we can help our society to help others. She will be happy to take questions and engage in a discussion with the group.
Bring a friend to the meeting and share this important knowledge.