Brain Training Promotes Cognitive Functioning as we Age

Join us on June 11 for CONNECTIONS OPEN HOUSE   The human brain needs to receive stimulation to encourage synapses and the formation of new connections between brain cells. In other words, cognitive stimulation strengthens the brain. CONNECTIONS, Friendship Center’s brain training program, unites the two major modes of brain stimulation–social

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Hospice Services for Dementia Patients

What families affected by advanced dementia need to know about medical hospice: When is it time and what can hospice do to help. with Julie Angelos, Assisted Hospice   and   Dr. Robert Harbaugh M.D. Facilitated by Karen Aldenderfer Tuesday, Feb.27th 2 – 3:30 p.m. at Maravilla 5486 Calle Real, Goleta  Registration

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Journaling Your Journey

Written by Luciana Mitzkun, Friendship Center Family Services Director It is difficult to keep track of day-to-day events, news, appointments, and health care needs. Even more so when you are experiencing memory loss. Most people in this position become copious note-takers. They write all pieces of information they find important

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