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THE WEEKLY BULLETIN HIGHLIGHTS: JANUARY 9

Sent: January 9, 2018

FEATURED STORY

Look forward to spring! Registration is open for The Walk for DementiaTM

Get your team ready!

Please join us on Saturday, May 12, 2018 at Tunney's Pasture for The Walk for DementiaTM.

Because of your support, this outdoor family event has become a signature gathering in the year. When you raise funds and walk with us, you make a significant difference in the lives of people impacted by dementia. Funds raised allow us to enhance and expand the programs and services we provide in Ottawa and Renfrew County. Most importantly, you help create an occasion where our community comes together to remember and honour loved ones.

Click here to form your team for The Walk for DementiaTM

For more information, visit the website walkfordementia.ca, email walk@dsorc.org, or call Lisa Hollingshead at 613-523-4004

Also in this issue:

  • Take some time this January to spread awareness about dementia, and learn something new
  • First aid for people living with Dementia [Article by Sarah Gehrke ]
  • A salad a day may keep memory problems away, study says [Article on News Medical]
  • We are here to help! Our NEW Hours of operation

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