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Sleep, Aging and Brain Health

July 16, 2019 – 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm

Oakmont Campus, The Atrium at Westminster Place, 1215 Hulton Road, Oakmont, PA 15139

In order to keep the brain healthy, it needs sleep. Sleep serves to re-energize the body's cells, clear waste from the body and support learning and memory.

Christine Peng, lead study coordinator of the Alzhimer's Disease Reasearch Center, University of Pittsburgh, and her assitant Kara Rickford will describe sleep changes that occur with advancing age and how they impact brain function.

They will discuss sleep interventions that can delay cognitive decline and neurodegeneration or improve cognitive processing. Time included for Q&A

Light dinner is included.


Caring for Our Most Neglected Organ: Our Brain!

July 16, 2019 – 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm

Washington campus, Hillsview Chapel, 835 South Main Street, Washington, PA 15301

Maintaining brain health can help to perserve memory and lower risk for brain disease. But surprisingly, the brain remains the most neglected organ in the body. Mark Miller, MD, WVU Medicine, will define what the brain needs to perform at optimum levels. The discusiion also will focus on the profound impact lifestyle choices, excercise and nutrition have on brain health. Brain game books to sharpen the mind, improve your memory and keep your brain fit will be awarded as door prizes.

Dinner will be provided.


Memory Cafe - Washington area

July 20, 2019 – 10:00 am to 11:30 am

Eat'n Park, 320 Oak Spring Road, Washington, PA 15301

Mingle at our Memory Cafe! 

What is a Memory Café? In 1997, Dutch pyschiatrist Bere Miesen introduced the idea of a place were those living with dementia and their caregiers can mingle in a comfortable and fun environment — a Memory Café! This concept successfully made its way to the U.S. in 2008.

Who can attend a Memory Café? EVERYONE! Caregivers are invited to bring their loved one living with dementia to relax and grab a bite to eat together in a casual, supportive environment. The group is held in a private room, and full of conversation, fun and meaningful connections. And, of course, laughter and camaraderie are always on the menu!

The Memory Café is free to attend. RSVP’s are helpful, but not necessary. To RSVP, please call Rena Tatka at 724-223-5745.


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