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What do other FAMILIES do with DEMENTIA? AUTHOR WORKSHOP Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2018 , Author Jan MaloneThelma But My Name is Who I Am I Don’t Know Join us and learn new tools for assisting people living with dementia! Jan Malone has counseled hundreds of families through their dementia journey. She is a support group facilitator, certified dementia trainer, the primary caregiver for her late mother, author of a workbook for families caring for someone with dementia, and the president of HOPE, A Dementia Support Group. PROFESSIONALS 3:00 PM: A hands-on workshop to equip professionals as they help families. Jan will share her family care plan that touches areas often missed. FAMILY + FRIENDS 6:30 PM: Learn how to navigate the journey of dementia. Find comfort in knowing that you are not alone in this journey. “My Name is Thelma But I Don’t Know Who I Am” Books Available at Both Workshops. For More Information Call (360) 425-7947 or Email canterburyinnDCR1@koelschsenior.com CANTERBURY INN FREE Community Event! Koelsch Communities 1324 3rd Ave. • Longview, WA 98632 canterburyinnwashington.com

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