The Happy Time’s Café & California Sacramento State University, Speech & Language Pathology Neuro Alliance May Spring Tea, proved to be an especially inspiring event for all who attended!
ApexCare & The Speeech & Language Pathology Neuro Alliance are truly grateful for the opportunity of sharing an educating, entertaining, and fun event for people coping with the struggles and challenges of neurocognitive language decline and/or Alzheimer’s Disease. We enjoyed scrumptious finger sandwiches, various cookies & tea of course! Some guests dressed up in their spring hats or spring dresses and we also had one guest who brought their family to join in on the fun! Two lucky participants also won small rose plants to take home to enjoy or replant in their garden.
Dr. Harmon, retired psychiatrist, shared valuable insight and hope by sharing her personal journey in adapting with the neuro cognitive and language challenges she encounters and coping techniques. All in attendance enjoyed the entire experience and many of the audience members asked good questions and/or shared their own insights on their journey.
The staff at Fremont Presbyterian were extremely accommodating and wonderful hosts to us all and we are grateful that they were able to host all of us in the larger space of Ferguson Hall for the Spring Tea. The Hall was ideal for the event!
Pease feel free to share this event with those you know who might benefit from coming. The Happy Times Café is a monthly social gathering for family caregivers for those with cognitive or other chronic conditions for which we basically provide a warm, receptive and welcoming social environment for families.
Next month’s Café’ we are excited to have Kristy Oshiro who will show us the art of Japanese Taiko Drumming so please come and learn about it with us! Feel the thunderous sounds of the drums vibrating through your body as language, culture, and history combine into an exciting educational experience. You will even get a chance to play the drums yourself!
When: Thursday, June 8th from 2p-4p
Freemont Presbyterian: (Geneva Room)
5770 Carlson Drive, Sacramento, Ca.
If you have any questions or would like to get more information on the Café’ please contact April Carni @ (916) 924-9111
If you or an aging loved one are considering home care in Sacramento, CA, please contact the caring staff at ApexCare®. Proudly Serving Sacramento, Yolo, Placer & El Dorado Counties. Call Today 916-924-9111.
Since then, I have had a strong interest in helping and supporting our senior community as they age and are unable to care for themselves.Coming from a family of physicians, I am excited to be involved in the medical community by providing the highest levels of non-clinical in-home care to our clients and their families.With my work experience, I firmly believe that ApexCare can touch many lives and have a great impact on our local senior community.
Prior to joining ApexCare, I worked in a wide variety of industries and have owned multiple businesses ranging from construction to mortgage banking.Outside of work, I am an active youth soccer and basketball coach, having coached recreational soccer for over 8 years and elementary school basketball for over 4 years.I graduated with a BS in Economics from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and received a Masters of Management degree from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University.My career has been focused on building great organizations that deliver the highest absolute levels of service to our clients.I look forward to continuing this passion with ApexCare.
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