Spring Break is almost here for many Virginia Beach area schools which means an entire week off. But not everyone looks forward to these extended breaks. In fact, there are many students in our area who rely on school meals and may not get enough to eat on the weekends or during school breaks.
This is why The Memory Center, Virginia Beach supports the “Beach Bags for Kids” program to help our local community and provide meals for kids who need them.
The Memory Center invites you to help us fill as many Beach Bags for Kids as possible by donating non-perishable food items. Suggestions include:
You can drop off donations at The Memory Center, Virginia Beach anytime during our food drive March 27 – April 6, 2017. Donation boxes will be set up in the lobby, just drop by anytime between 9am-5pm any day of the week. After April 6th The Memory Center staff and residents will then assemble and deliver all the Beach Bags to schools in our local community.
Thank you in advance for your participation and support, we look forward to sharing your donations with the kids in the Virginia Beach area.
For only $5 you will get a big serving of our homemade chili with all the toppings, a drink and dessert. And 100% of the proceeds benefit ALZ to support research to end Alzheimer’s and enhance care for those living with the disease.
Join us for a special event with Shannon A. Laymon-Pecoraro, an associate attorney at Hook Law Center, P.C.
Shannon specializes in elder law, long-term care planning, estate planning, asset protection planning, and guardianships and conservatorship. She will discuss common mistakes made when setting up an estate plan so you can plan wisely.
Learn how to protect your assets including IRA’s, investments, real estate, collectables, bank accounts and more.
There is no cost to attend but registrations are requested and seating is limited. Reserve your space by calling 757-412-1180.
Slammie’s Food Truck specializes in delicious gourmet sliders, grilled cheeses and sides such as cucumber salad and fried pickles with sriracha aioli. Prices for sandwiches begin at $5.00 and full combo meals are as little as $8.00.
Finish your meal with a signature Twisted Sister cupcake in flavors such as Death by Chocolate, S’Mores, The Wedding Planner, Lemon Sunshine, Birthday Celebration, Bart Simpson, Bee’s Knees, Red Velvet and special rotating features.
Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia already impact millions of Americans and the numbers are on the rise.
According to the Alzheimer’s Association, by 2025, the number of people age 65 and older with Alzheimer’s disease is estimated to reach 7.1 million — a 40 percent increase from the 5.1 million age 65 and older affected in 2015.
We invite you to find out more about this issue, what to do if you recognize signs of memory loss in your parishioners and how to support family members and caregivers.
Join us for a special Clergy Brunch on Tuesday February 21st at 9am.
Hear from experts in the field, get your questions answered and learn more about local resources available.
Each guest will receive a resource kit to take back to their house of worship and be eligible to win a copy of The Caregiver’s Toolbox, an excellent guide with tips on how to reduce the cost of medical bills, where to go for support and much more.
The Memory Center, Virginia Beach invites you to join us for a special seminar on October 22nd at 10am: Planning for Tomorrow, Today.
An expert panel will be on hand to discuss topics including wills, trusts, planning for long term healthcare expenses and more.
There is no charge for this event, but seating is limited, so please reserve your space by contacting Kathryn Bennett at 757-412-1180 or email@example.com.
About The Memory Center –
Our communities in Virginia Beach and Richmond provide exceptional care for those living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. Our Virginia Beach location was founded as the first assisted living facility devoted specifically to memory care, with our Town Center and program designed to meet the challenging conditions of an aging brain with a caring, interactive community.
In addition to caring for those living with memory loss, we are committed to providing educational and informative programs to members of our local community. Please contact us for more information about our residential programs.
You have to eat lunch anyway, so forget about eating at your desk or making another turkey sandwich. Head to The Memory Center for Mexican street corn, empanadas, tacos, cantina bowls and more from some of the best food trucks in Virginia Beach!
Have questions about this event or anything happening at The Memory Center? Just let us know.
It isn’t too late to register for a special event at The Memory Center. Join us to find out how a movement disorder or brain trauma may be related to dementia and is it possible to slow down the progression of the symptoms?
On Saturday May 21st The Memory Center, Virginia Beach is hosting a special event to discuss these topics and more. Hear from keynote speakers including:
Dr. Scott Sautter, Ph.D., ABN Hampton Roads Neuropsychology and Chairman of the Table Tennis Charity Foundation,
Carmen Fuentes, M.D. Neurologist Movement Disorder Specialist
There is no charge for the event presented by the American Parkinson Disease Association Hampton Roads Chapter, but space is limited.
Reserve your space today. RSVP by downloading and returning a registration form or by contacting Kathryn Bennett at 757-412-1180 or firstname.lastname@example.org before the May 19th registration deadline.