Photo by Ravi Patel on Unsplash
Photo by Ravi Patel on Unsplash

In response to the social distancing guidelines in place for COVID-19, the Georgia Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association is now offering virtual programs for those diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment or early-stage Alzheimer’s.

“Social engagement and support are critical for our attendees,” says Mary Caldwell, the Early Stage Program Manager for the Georgia chapters. To that end, a virtual version of “Gentle Yoga with Kathy” is offered on Mondays and Fridays by Kathy Alvarez. Caldwell is also working with the High Museum of Art on “Musings,” an interactive art appreciation virtual tour.

To help family caregivers navigate the current complex and quickly changing environment, the Association is offering additional guidance to families at alz.org/COVID19.

For more information on these virtual programs, contact Amy Johnston at 404-728-6004 or ajohnston@alz.org.

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