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“Creating Moments of Joy” Webinar with Jolene Brackey – Thursday, January 6 at 3 p.m.

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Hosted by Clarendale and Life Care Services, this online event will provide a better understanding of memory loss and its effect on loved ones and caregivers of those with Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia. Speaker Jolene Brackey is author of the book “Creating Moments of Joy,” based on Jolene’s passion to change society’s attitude toward aging by inspiring minds, rejuvenating spirits, and empowering people to make a difference in the way we care for our elders.

Topics include:

-Identifying signs of Alzheimer’s or dementia in a loved one
-Connecting with loved ones who have memory loss
-Learning how to cope and enjoy the time you have with your loved ones
-Navigating the numerous care issues you will face with your loved one

 All webinar attendees will receive a free copy of Jolene’s book, Creating Moments of Joy.

Founder of Enhanced Moments and author of the book Creating Moments of Joy, Jolene Brackey is a celebrated nationwide speaker in Alzheimer’s education. She has a B.A. from Iowa State University and extensive experience with people who have Alzheimer’s. Jolene has been a keynote speaker at many conferences where family members, CNAs, and professionals share what works and doesn’t work. Her message of hope, encouragement-along with generous helpings of humor-is warmly embraced by family members and professional caregivers alike.

Thursday, January 6, 2022
3:00-4:00 p.m. CT

Register Here:
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8348728548550839311

The link to join the webinar will be sent to you after you RSVP.

Clarendale is managed by Life Care Services®, An LCS Company®. With 50 years of proven experience, Life Care Services’ innovative leadership brings passion and performance through strong financial stewardship, lifestyle-centered services as well as high quality services in communities as unique as the individuals who live in them.

Clarendale of St. Peters Steps Up to Help the Alzheimer’s Association

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A half dozen of Clarendale of St. Peters dedicated employees poured their heart and soul into volunteer work for the Alzheimer’s Association 2021 Walk to End Alzheimer’s this year. We were a Gold Sponsor for the event on September 25 in St. Charles, Missouri, underwriting the Memory Wall.

“It’s our third year participating in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s, and we’re so proud of our exceptional team,” says Executive Director Mark Golliday. “Our management company, Life Care Services, is a national sponsor. And since the fight to find a cure to end Alzheimer’s is a mission near and dear to our hearts, too, we wanted to do our part and contribute locally—to multiply the contribution.”

In addition to donations of their valuable time, our Clarendale team found creative ways to raise funds. Three clever initiatives were at the center of it all.

Fashionable Fundraising. Since practically every woman could use another great handbag, the volunteers raffled off a designer purse, generating $470.

Proud in Purple. Think of it as keeping it casual for a good cause. Staff members donated $1 each Wednesday simply for the opportunity to “dress down” in a brand-appropriate, Alzheimer’s Association purple-colored shirt—netting $168.

Online Outreach. Thanks to online donations from family and friends on the Clarendale of St. Peters 2021 Alzheimer’s Walk team page, an additional $875has been donated to date.

According to Golliday, “At $1,513 raised so far, we’re well on the way to reaching a goal of $2,000 this year for the Alzheimer’s Association. But we’re not done yet! And our friends and neighbors can help.”

Anyone interested in contributing to the Alzheimer’s Association may still contribute. The charity is accepting donations via our Clarendale of St. Peters team page through December 31, 2021.

To donate, scan the QR code below and you will be taken directly to the Walk to End Alzheimer’s donation page. Or you can CLICK HERE to donate.