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Memory cafes provide ‘judgment-free zone’ for caregivers and dementia patients

April 26, 2019

During the past couple of years, Alzheimer’s and dementia patients and their caregivers have been meeting in small groups throughout the Pittsburgh area called “memory cafes.”

Click here to read more...and to learn how you can join us at one of our Memory Cafes! 

Lessons Learned from 3 Decades of Memory Care Dining at Presbyterian SeniorCare Network

April 4, 2019
For residents living with dementia, mealtime success depends on choice, patience and special accommodations.
Click here to learn how our teams engage our residents at mealtime, ensuring they leave the dining table with full bellies and smiles.

First-Ever Event Hopes to Unify Community Through Conversation

April 1, 2019

Thousands of people in the Pittsburgh region will come together at hundreds of tables for a real conversation about how to make the community better

Kari Ogbara, who works for Presbyterian SeniorCare Network, will be a host at two Big Tables. She hopes lots of people participate, lots of new relationships are formed, and people come away with a new understanding of what it means to be a community. "I'm hoping that people go in and understand that they're going to learn something new. That they actually do learn something new. That there's a level of empathy that maybe wasn't there that is now there. That we have some new ideas."
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