Studies show meaningful activity, engagement in one’s environment, continued opportunities to learn and use skills, socialisation, creative expression, and music are far more effective then pharmaceuticals for people living with Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia.
A happy Cup Match holiday to you all - may the best team win, but above we wish you a safe and happy holiday with your family and friends!
In August our Monday and Thursday activities return to Peace Lutheran, with Friday games with Lorraine at St. Paul's with the exception of 16 & 23 August when the club will meet at Christchurch, Warwick.
The AAD Family & Caregiver Support Group meeting will be held on Sunday 18 August at Markel House, Front Street at the later time of 4:30pm with Liz Stewart and members of the AAD Board. We'll be sharing news of an exciting art project in the coming weeks so look out for the dates of the special workshops on email and our social media!
KINDERMUSIK AT WINDREACH
WindReach are offering Kindermusik once a month. Please contact Cheree Wade to register on T: 238-2469 ext. 210 or E: email@example.com.
Community Program Guidelines
In order to continue to provide an engaging, creative and safe environment we ask all family members and caregivers to adhere to the attached guidelines when attending our AAD community programs. Should you have any questions please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about our activities and transportation assistance to and from activity programmes, please contact:
All participants must be accompanied by a support person.