MCHS Moves Spring Event ST. LOUIS, MO– Memory Care Home Solutions is preparing for its 6th annual “Swing into Spring” event Thursday, May 18th. This year MCHS is excited to see how their venue change is received. The MCHS advancement team has decided to shake things up by hosting this year’s event at the Hall of Fame Club & Museum at Cardinals Nation Restaurant. Even though MCHS is staying faithful to the Cardinals this will be a big scenery change for the non-profit. “After five years the event has grown a great deal. I think this subtle change will continue the growth of this event,” said Erin Kelley MCHS Director of Advancement. The event will be from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Adult tickets are $35 until Apr. 21, and will be $45 after. Tickets for guests under 21 are $25. Tickets can be purchased via phone at 314-645-6247, via… → Keep Reading
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MCHS Executive Director Lisa Baron joins round table panel discussion regarding Alzheimer’s disease in the St. Louis region.
As the weather warms up it gives ample opportunity for getting outside and getting active. Staying active mentally and physically has been proven to slow the progression of memory changes. Many caregivers struggle to find things that engage their loved one in without push-back. Getting outside can open up many opportunities for activities with less struggle and resistance. Gardening is a natural way to get out of the house with loved ones. This is a great stress relieving activity for both the caregiver and your loved one with memory loss. Gardening has been on the rise in use in therapy interventions for all types of conditions and Alzheimer’s and dementia are a perfect fit for this type of activity. This activity pulls memories from our childhoods and can stimulate long term memory in our brains. It gives a sense of purpose and meaning to the day. Many people with memory… → Keep Reading