Brain Health Summit - 3/11/20

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How to Talk to Someone With Alzheimer's

TIP By Malia Wollan Illustration by Radio Dec. 31, 2019 “I don’t think anyone’s ever won an argument with a person with Alzheimer’s,” says Ruth Drew, who worked as a counselor in a hospital’s…

National Press Release: AFA Awards Grant to Memory Matters

For Immediate Release Memory Matters Awarded Grant from Alzheimer's Foundation of America to Support Services for Families Affected by Alzheimer's   Funding Will Support Monthly Caregiver Lecture Series   NEW YORK (November…
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2019 Annual Appeal Appreciation Event: Because of You . . .

50 loyal Ambassadors of Memory Matters recently joined us along with two very special spokes families for a memorable cocktail social at the South Carolina Yacht Club.  This Donor Appreciation evening offered our Ambassadors a personal…

How to Keep a Gratitude Journal

  Our theme this month is "Expressing Gratitude" -- a topic of conversation in our Connections Classes, Day Program, and our Health Lecture on Nov. 14th at St. Andrew's Parish Hall (SGG) in Bluffton.  Please read the article below…
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Apple Olive Oil Cake

Just in time for fall, y'all . . .     Ingredients 2 large Gala apples, peeled and chopped as finely as possible Orange juice to soak apples in 3 cups all-purpose flour 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/2…
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Mediterranean Entree: Chicken with Sun-Dried Tomatoes, Greek Potatoes, Lemon Garlic Asparagus

Mediterranean Chicken with Sun-Dried Tomatoes, Artichokes, and Capers Servings:  4 people Ingredients 5 lb boneless chicken breast (thinly sliced) 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper 1 tbsp fresh…
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Farro Salad with Roasted Butternut Squash

I served this at a “girls’ night out” and it was a huge hit.   Farro makes it nutty, chewy and filling.  You could also substitute quinoa for gluten-free friends.  It holds well in the fridge for a few days.  Just don’t add…
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Preserving Memory: Tips and Tricks

Great Minds: Keeping Your Brain Active as You Age Think about it. Your brain is a tool that helps you understand, learn and remember. It helps you make decisions and feel a sense of well-being. So keeping it sharp as you age may be every bit…

“Lifestyle Changes Can Make a Difference,” says Dr. Oz

Dr. Oz reveals his mother has Alzheimer's, acknowledges missing signs For full story, please click link below. https://www.today.com/today/amp/tdna162150