A Special Tuesday Message From Dementialand

Hi friends!

If you don’t reside in Northeast Iowa, consider this a message to remind you to have a great Tuesday. You can stop reading and carry on with your day.

If you are lucky enough to live in Northeast Iowa, this is a special Tuesday post to let you know of an educational event I will be having on the University of Northern Iowa campus.

At 7 pm on Wednesday, April 12, I will be presenting  Changing Perspectives: Dementia and the Senses. You can check out this flyer for details:

Changing Perspectives April 12

To answer a couple of questions proactively, it is free and it will last until I am done talking (maybe 8:15-ish?) or everyone gets up and leaves, whichever comes first.

If you are interested in coming but unfamiliar with campus (and have no idea how to find Schindler Education Center 220), here’s a map to help you out…. Campus Map

A couple recommendations…stop at Sidecar on College Hill and get some coffee and a cookie before the presentation–you can see it on the map.

And come a few minutes early. I did offer my college students extra credit for their attendance, and college students are willing to trample others in the name of extra credit.

That’s all. Continue with your Tuesday.


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