TOWSON, Md. — Towson University is hoping to help families affected by dementia with its Memory Cafe.
The now virtual support group is a free program that is run by graduate students in the occupational therapy department.
Different topics are selected every month to help those with dementia and their loved ones. The February 12 session will focus on caregiver support. Future topics include behavior management, tailored activities, routines and strategies.
To sign up for the zoom meeting and other helpful resources, click here.