SPONSORED BY PRESBYTERIAN SENIORCARE NETWORKDementiaotneial2018*EDUCATION SERIESA ConnectionbetweenDiet and MemorybestBEST OF THE. FIRST PLACE ;PRESENTED BY CHRISTY DREWS, RD, LDN, Director of Wellness andClinical Services, Cura Hospitality and DEA TOMSIC, District Manager, Cura HospitalityYour diet affects many aspects of your health-including brain function! The MIND diet aims to reducedementia and the decline in brain health that often occursas people age. Christy and Dea will explain the MIND dietand discuss which foods to eat more of and which to avoid.They'll cover nutritional risks associated with dementia andprovide caregiver tips for overcoming mealtime challengesYou'll leave with recipes to cook at home! Both have anextensive background in nutrition: Christy is a registereddietician and Dea is certified in dietary management.Free to attend. Light refreshments provided basedon the MIND diet.Enter to win a book on the MIND DietWHEN Wednesday, April 17Registration: 10 a.m.Presentation: 10:30-11:30 a.nmWHERE Washington campusHillsview Chapel835 South Main StreetWashington, PA 15301REGISTER by April 10Register Today!PresbyterianSenior CareNETWORK.A Dementia Care Center of ExcellenceEVENT REGISTRATION724.884.1312SrCare.org/EducationWash

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SPONSORED BY PRESBYTERIAN SENIORCARE NETWORK Dementia otneial 2018* EDUCATION SERIES A Connection between Diet and Memory best BEST OF THE . FIRST PLACE ; PRESENTED BY CHRISTY DREWS, RD, LDN, Director of Wellness and Clinical Services, Cura Hospitality and DEA TOMSIC, District Manager, Cura Hospitality Your diet affects many aspects of your health- including brain function! The MIND diet aims to reduce dementia and the decline in brain health that often occurs as people age. Christy and Dea will explain the MIND diet and discuss which foods to eat more of and which to avoid. They'll cover nutritional risks associated with dementia and provide caregiver tips for overcoming mealtime challenges You'll leave with recipes to cook at home! Both have an extensive background in nutrition: Christy is a registered dietician and Dea is certified in dietary management. Free to attend. Light refreshments provided based on the MIND diet. Enter to win a book on the MIND Diet WHEN Wednesday, April 17 Registration: 10 a.m. Presentation: 10:30-11:30 a.nm WHERE Washington campus Hillsview Chapel 835 South Main Street Washington, PA 15301 REGISTER by April 10 Register Today! Presbyterian Senior Care NETWORK. A Dementia Care Center of Excellence EVENT REGISTRATION 724.884.1312 SrCare.org/EducationWash

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