Final Forum on Dementia Announced

October 29, 2017

MP Event Tower View PS2Moorings Park announced it will be holding its fourth and final installment of its memory care Educational Lecture series on Alzheimer’s and other related dementias. The series, named An Afternoon to Remember, is open to the public.

The final event will be held on Thursday, November 2, at 2 p.m. in the Grande Place Ballroom, located on the Moorings Park at Grey Oaks campus. Those wishing to attend need to RSVP by 5 p.m. on Monday, October 30, by calling 239-919-1732.

The guest speaker for the event is Richard J. Gow, a Wealth Management Advisor and Certified Senior Advisor with Lara May & Associates, a highly respected wealth management company.

Gow’s presentation will focus on how to financially plan for family members going through the various stages of dementias, as well as the essential documentation needed.

The four-part, Afternoon to Remember educational lecture series on Alzheimer’s and other dementias, was sponsored by Moorings Park’s two Assisted Living and Memory Care centers, Orchid Terrace and Oakstone.

Orchid Terrace is located within Moorings Park, which is located on Goodlette-Frank Road, just south of Pine Ridge Road. Oakstone is located within Moorings Park at Grey Oaks, which is located on Airport-Pulling Road, just north of Golden Gate Parkway.

Residents at both locations receive healthcare assistance as part of their monthly fee, which includes 24-hour nursing services, memory care, all-inclusive assistance with activities of daily living, including dressing and grooming, nutritional guidance for those with special dietary needs, certified exercise specialists, and access to the services at The Center for Healthy Living – to name just a few.

Individuals currently living in the greater Naples area can receive Assisted Living and Memory Care services on a month-to-month basis at a daily rate with no entrance fees.

The luxurious, private one bedroom suites provide a personalized home-like setting using a variety of designs and décor to stimulate social activity, including the innovative use of Life Bios and personalized photo galleries.

Memory Care at Orchid Terrace and Oakstone was designed to engage residents in meaningful activity programs that stimulate the senses such as sight, smell, hearing and touch. Individual care plans also embrace the uniqueness of each resident’s individual conditions, situations and needs, while family centered programs enhance interaction and participation. There’s also a full calendar of social, spiritual and life enrichment activities.

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