Your VA Benefit Questions Answered!

Presented by Joshua Medina, Washington County Veterans Services Officer

Join us for information on filing claims, including for the Aid and Attendance benefit which can cover a significant portion of residential living costs for qualifying veterans.

Free and open to the public. Lunch will be served.

Friday, February 9, 2018 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm

The Nuts and Bolts of Securing Your Future

Presented by The Elder Law Practice of Elrod & Whatley

Everyone who wants to pass on or protect assets, and who wants to ensure quality care for themselves or a loved one, should have a plan in place. Join us in this new year to get started on yours!

Tuesday, January 23, 2018 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm

8 Tips for Addressing the Alzheimer’s Stigma

Addressing Alzheimer's Stigma

For those diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia, one of the most difficult struggles of coping with the disease exists outside the brain. Unfortunately, a great deal of stigma still exists surrounding memory loss, mainly due to the fact that many people don’t understand what exactly Alzheimer’s is. Many misunderstand the disease as minor forgetfulness, without realizing the intensity of cognitive change that takes place. Others may view dementia as a sudden loss of all abilities from thinking to speech and self-care.

Choosing a Memory Care Community with Confidence

When the time comes that your loved one requires around-the-clock, professional care to support their memory loss symptoms, you want to be certain that you make the right choice. Searching for a memory care community that best fits your loved one’s needs is not always simple, and there’s much to consider before making a final decision. However stressful the process of choosing a community may be, knowing that you’ve found the right place for your loved one to thrive is worth the effort.

Winter & Dementia: Keeping Your Loved One Safe All Season Long

How Digital Technology Improves Dementia Care

How Digital Technology Improves Dementia Care

In today’s world, digital technology seems to impact every aspect of our lives. From the way we communicate to how we enjoy entertainment, technology plays a part. Its impact on senior care is no different. Thanks to innovative computer programs and new technology, caring for seniors with dementia can be more streamlined, effective and beneficial to both seniors and their caregivers.

Making a Clear Difference Through Heartfelt CONNECTIONS™


“As a community dedicated to enhancing the lives of seniors with memory loss and the families who love them, we require a unique approach to caring for this detrimental disease,” says Jimmie Fay Griffin, Executive Director at Clarity Pointe™ Tallahassee in Tallahassee, Florida. “At Clarity Pointe, we don’t simply focus on the skills and abilities that dementia takes away from a person. Instead, our approach is life-affirming, positive and supportive.”

Brain-Stimulating Benefits of Puzzles for Seniors with Dementia

The Benefits of Puzzles

For seniors living with the challenges of dementia and memory loss, it can be difficult to find activities that help them feel productive, capable and relaxed. Many caregivers of a loved one with dementia struggle to engage them in meaningful pastimes to curb their restlessness or stimulate their mind. One simple solution to engaging seniors with dementia is to immerse them in fun activities that include just the right amount of puzzling stimulation.

Grand Opening Celebration

Join us as we open our doors and see the clear difference in memory care, now available in Tallahassee. Meet the staff and tour our brand new Clarity PointeTM community, distinguished by our exceptional commitment to memory care through enriching lives. Come find out what sets Clarity Pointe apart from the rest. We hope to see you there!

A progressive meal will be served.

This event will be held at Clarity PointeTM Tallahassee.
1060 Clarity Pointe Drive | Tallahassee

Clarity Pointe is located at the corner of Mahan Drive and Thornton Road.

Saturday, January 13, 2018 - 1:00pm to 3:00pm

Community Resources for Caring for a Spouse with Dementia

Resources for Caring for a Spouse with Dementia

When a spouse or partner is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia, the responsibilities of caring for their needs in a new way can add stress to your lifestyle and tension to your relationship. The dynamics of caring for a spouse are different than caring for a parent, as the emotional support you offered each other may threaten to weaken with their disease. However, spousal caregivers can have hope as they learn to find support from other resources to help them through their caregiving journey.


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