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81.1% of our income is spent on programs and services to support Arkansas families

OUR VISION is a world in which all persons affected by Alzheimer’s disease have the services that they need.

OUR MISSION is to provide the information and support needed so that all Arkansans affected by Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias are able to live with dignity and comfort until a cure is found.

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Map of the eastern portion of Arkansas.Virtual Dementia TourVIRTUAL DEMENTIA TOUR (VDT)

Sponsored by:

East Arkansas Area Agency on Aging

Come on out and join us as we bring a unique new experience to our community!

Experience this unique and powerful program for healthcare professionals, Nursing Students, and family members coping with aging spouses, parents, clients, or patients dealing with physical and cognitive function losses.

The Virtual Dementia Tour® is a real-life simulation that allows you to experience the sights, sounds, and feelings that those with Dementia adapt to every day as they try to accomplish simple tasks. Enhance your understanding of what it is really like to live with Dementia by attending Care Alternatives Hospice Virtual Dementia Tour® Program.

While we will never be able to fully understand how Dementia feels, the VDT® demonstration is an attempt to provide profound insight into the lonely, frightening world of Dementia. This enlightening program helps all of us to perceive aging and cognitive impaired diseases in a more compassionate way.

East Arkansas Community College
Allied Health Building
1700 New Castle Road
Forrest City, AR 72335

Wednesday, August 21, 2013
10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Space limited. Registration required
Contact Matishia Bland to indicate time availability

For more information or to register (FREE) please feel free to contact:
Matishia Bland
Community Support Specialist
East Arkansas Agency on Aging
Direct: 870-494-3300





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