Posts Tagged ‘Alzheimer’s Association’

Photo’s of Martini and a Movie – For Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

Thanks to our sponsors Right at Home – Frederick and Sunrise of Frederick. We had another great nite. Warm thanks to everyone who came. a big thank you to the Alzheimer's Association of Western Maryland.

David Wingate at the Alzheimer’s Association Caregiver Conference

Caring for Someone With Alzheimer’s Disease Seminar

Our office, The Elder Law Office of David Wingate, in association with the Alzheimer's Association is putting on a seminar on "Caring for Someone With Alzheimer's Disease." The seminar will be held on November 12, 2013 at 6.00 pm at Dutch's Daughter, Frederick, Maryland. Please RSVP at or 301 663 9230.  

Save the Date – Martini and a Movie – Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

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Western Maryland Dementia Conference

Professionals, caregivers and people living with dementia are invited to attend this annual conference. Keynote Presentation: Alzheimer’s Disease, the Physician’s Perspective Boyd Dwyer M.D., Mid Maryland Neurology Additional Presentations: Dementia: Creative Solutions for Caregivers Sue Paul, OTR/L, Occupational Therapist, COO, Baker Rehab Group When is it Time to Stop Driving Timothy Jones, OTR/L, Comprehensive Driving Rehab Services, Rehabilitation of Frederick  Three category one social work CEUs available with registration.   When:  Wednesday November 13, 2013 from 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM EST Where:  Mount Saint Mary's Conference Center, 5350 Spectrum Drive, Frederick, MD 21703 Driving Directions Contact: Mary Ann Farr…

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Alzheimer’s Association “Walk To End Alzheimer’s” on Sunday, October 20 th, 2013.

At the Elder Law Office we will once again be walking in the Alzheimer’s Association “Walk To End Alzheimer’s” on Sunday, October 20 th, 2013. Attached is a short but very inspiring video of the 2012 Walk. Look out for Lilly. We will be asking, our friends, family, clients and colleagues to make a donation, if you can, in the near future. It does not matter how little, as every dollar counts. Also, attached is the 2013 Alzheimer's Association Facts & Figures Video When you realize the destruction this disease causes to family and friends, and to the community and…

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Alzheimer’s Association – Transitions of Care

David Wingate attended the Alzheimer's Association – Dementia Care Consortium – Transitions of Care and the Person with Dementia on May, 22 nd, 2013

The Silver Ribbon Brochure Re Upcoming Senior Seminars

Download Silver Ribbon Brochure 2013 PDF The Silver Ribbon Series is informative sessions based around elder abuse and public safety concern topics. Invited to attend: Frederick County Seniors Professionals Clergy members Community members with a vested interest in the well being of seniors. Agenda:Monday, June 10th 10-11 a.m.Wandering and Safety Concerns for the Alzheimer’s PatientPresenter Cathy Hanson, LGSW, MSW Alzheimer’s Association86,000 Marylanders are living with memory problems. This session will discuss early warning signs of mem-ory impairment, strategies to ensure safety in the home, meaning and pre-vention of wandering behaviors, and ideas for deescalating challenging situations to support Frederick County…

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David Wingate donates $500 to the Alzheimer Association

David Wingate donates $500 to the Alzheimer Association, after winning the raffle at Frederick's Right at Home.

Elder Law Office participated in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s.

A sea of purple covered Frederick Sunday afternoon as people participated in the Walk to End Alzheimer's. The crowd walked from the Maryland School For the Deaf around Frederick, through Baker Park. Most wore the purple shirts designed for the effort. "We're walking, of course, in honor of the people who have the disease, and also for the people who are caring for someone” states David Wingate, Elder Law Attorney. For those who still wish to make donations, it is not too late. Visit, or mail in a donation. The Alzheimer's Association will take donations through the rest of…

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