I would be interested in receiving more information about this to give out in our Ozaukee County Caregiver Coalition. This coalition
was started to support family caregivers whom need a place to vent, look for resources or help other caregivers get thru difficult
times with their loved ones.
I just emailed you information on setting up a Memory Cafe. I look forward to chatting once you have time to review.
I’d be interested in joining the Cafe if you have one in the San Francisco Bay Area in California. I live 22 miles Northeast of San Francisco.
I would like information on how to set up a memory cafe in my area, Spokane Valley, WA. Pam
You can get guideline sent to us by the UK at this link… http://www.alzheimersspeaks.com/memory-cafes
If you have any questions feel free to shoot me a comment back and we will connect. I will also send you a private message on this too.
Hi… I am interested in more of this… and I am in South Carolina, Columbia, to be exact.. you say you have been contacted by someone from South Carolina.. if you can give them my email please do as I feel the more of us interested can work together… my husband and my sister in law both have this horrible disease… and I am caregiver to both… thank you
I am interested in bringing this concept to Texas and would appreciate any information you are willing to share.
When I first read about Memory Cafes in the U.K., I felt as though I had found my voice. My business as an elder advocate has seen good times and bad times but a for-profit geriatric care management agency has to charge for a staffing so we tend to cater to those who can afford services. As a former activities director providing cognitive stimulation to those with dementia, I have wanted to provide services to caregivers and their loved ones at no cost and I may have found a way to do so. Would love to have your guidance if you’ve got the time. Thank you.
Olga Brunner (561) 235-2490
The Alzheimer’s & Dementia Alliance of Wisconsin started “Cafe Connections Memory Cafe” in Sauk City, Wisconsin in June, 2012, and a second Memory Cafe at the Middleton Senior Center in Middleton, Wisconsin, in October of 2012. Both are well attended with very positive feedback from participants. More are planned! You can contact us for more information at 1-888-308-6251 (toll-free in the U.S.) or 608-232-3400.
This is such great news. We are so glad to hear the news! I know Lori La Bey has added your groups to her website http://www.AlzheimersSpeaks.com as she has developed a resource directory which has a special category just for Memory Cafe’s to help people find them. Welcome to our world! We love our too
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