cafes break isolation of memory loss
BOSTON, Mass. (Dec. 31, 2015) Coffee, conversation and music are combining to form new social outlets for families living with Alzheimer’s disease.
“Memory cafes are part of a broader movement to make communities more inclusive of people living with dementia,” said Beth Soltzberg, who runs a monthly memory café at Jewish Family & Children’s Services in Waltham. “Everyone in the community benefits when we make the accommodations to be more inclusive.” Read the full article.