The community is invited to attend a free one-hour educational session, presented by registered nurse Mary Ellen Smith, who will teach participants what they can do to lower their dementia risk. The program will cover common diseases that cause dementia, other conditions that mimic dementia, signs and symptoms, risk factors, strategies to maintain a healthy brain and available resources.
“Better Brain Health” is presented on Sept. 20, 1:30 – 2:30 pm, in the Peninsula Room, on the first floor of the Government Center in Sturgeon Bay.
To register call 920.746.2260 or email Judeen at [email protected] by Sept. 17 with your name and phone number.
This program is part of GrapeVine, which trains nurses to lead health education sessions in their communities. GrapeVine is a part of the Wisconsin Women’s Health Foundation, a statewide nonprofit that strives to innovate, impact and improve women’s health.