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Domestic Violence: Myths, Misconceptions, and Reality
May 1, 2019 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm$8
Are you a member of a family who has a loved one with Alzheimer’s Disease? Are you a caregiver for a person with cognitive impairment? Are you someone who needs help explaining the Alzheimer’s Disease process to a child? Then look no further…”Will Grandpa Remember Me?” navigates Dr. Hovi’s experience of working with individuals who have Alzheimer’s Disease, research and first hand counseling anecdotes that are explored with compassion and empathy. The book is filled with hard truths and the importance of family and social support in ensuring the quality of life for both the loved one with Alzheimer’s Disease and the Caregiver. RSVPS are mandatory. Call 561-483-5300.
*First Wednesday dates are subject to change.
Our “First Wednesdays” mental health lecture series is open to the general community. This series of presentations is an opportunity for members of the community to learn about mental health issues and topics. First Wednesday presentations are free of charge. Those guests seeking to become clinical volunteers are also invited to stay for lunch ($8 per person), meet the Center’s volunteers, and learn more about the Center.
Current Faulk Center for Counseling clients and those who have been clients within the past six months are not eligible to become clinical volunteers, and thus should not attend the volunteer lunch. This is necessary in order to maintain the professional relationship between clients and the clinical team.