HeARTful Living Café (TM) and New Education & Support Program!

Tuesday, January 23rd

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Join us on Tuesday for several offerings. Today’s program will include an activity in our multi-purpose space. Elizabeth Revy (pictured) will lead others not participating in the Support Group in a seated Tai Chi exercise program. Join us in-person and virtually. Refreshments follow.

New Education & Support Program

Tuesday, January 23rd

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We bring our evening Support Group for Care Partners & individuals affected by dementia to Tuesday afternoon on the fourth Tuesday of the month. An education & support group for individuals with mild cognitive impairment, Alzheimer’s disease or a related disorder to attend with their spouses, care partners, other family members and friends.

Three Separate Groups:

1) Discussion group for individuals with a diagnosis to ask questions, share concerns and learn how to hold onto what really matters. Facilitators: Sally Ollerton & Cathy Collins

2) A group for individuals with a diagnosis to socialize with others while engaging in an activity. Today’s activity is led by Elizabeth Revy.

3) Educational support group for family care partners. Facilitators: Kathy Kassimatis & Tracy Heberle.

Sweet Arts Café (TM)

Wednesday, Jan. 24th

Noon: Lunch

Program: 12:45 – 1:45pm

Be with us on Wednesday for lunchtime! Bring a brown bag lunch and we will offer a beverage and dessert.

*Note Special Time for this session*!

Following lunch, Sara Lawrence-Sucato from Dancing Wheels will be here to host her monthly program Move 2 Connect. Join us in-person or virtually at 12:45.

Celebrate the Arts (TM)

Friday, January 26th

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Spend Friday afternoon with us! Storyteller Corrine Jalkanen & Resident Artist Lee Ann Eyre will share a delightful program to beat the winter cold. Program follows with refreshments.

Mindfulness Through the Arts (TM)

Monday, January 29th

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A special program for the care partner with two options! One choice is to be engaged in a guided art practice led by a professional artist. Option two is the opportunity to enjoy playing some games at the Center! A great time for yourself and to have some fun and engage the mind and enjoy some refreshments. In-person only.

 For questions, contact us at 440-414-0434.

Art Exhibit of Artist Dan Pruitt

Artist Dan Pruitt

Come enjoy the variety of fused glass pieces and other

mixed media and collage art works. The exhibit will

remain at the Center through February 15th. Many artworks are for sale. Shop for your home or office!

View: Monday through Friday, 9am – 5pm

Wandering Alert Form

The Westlake Police

Department introduces the Special Needs and Wandering Alert Form, a crucial initiative for community members with autism, dementia or other special needs. This form enables individuals or their families to provide essential information to our emergency services, including physical descriptions, contact details and specific needs. Stored securely, this information equips our police, fire, and EMS teams with vital insights, enhancing their response in emergencies or missing persons situations.

To access this form, visit the city’s webpage here:

Wandering Alert Form

Participant News

Ike Brooks (shown) from Baseball Memories along with Dr. David Goldberg presented a fun baseball program in Tuesday’s HeARTful Living Cafe!

Participants enjoyed hearing information about Winter Ball & Spring Training in Arizona and Florida.

In last Wednesday’s Sweet Arts Cafe, Jerry Devis led a program where the participants made sparkly snowflake art. Here’s care giver Jackie and participant Richard sharing their pretty snowflakes!

Residient Artist Lee Ann Eyre joined in the snowflake fun and shares her snowflake art here.

Here’s volunteer Janis Carlson with her sparkly snowflake art that she made!

Participants Diane and Gary displaying their lovely snowflake art!