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Vision, The Brain, and Dementia

When: Wed., Nov. 5, 6-7:30 p.m. 2014
Phone: 704-909-2070
Price: FREE; RSVP requested
Dementia can cause unexpected problems with vision. People with dementia may misunderstand what they see, or be unable to identify familiar people or objects, because of changes in visual processing. They may even be able read aloud but not remember or understand what they read. Learn more about vision, the brain, and dementia in this free workshop from The Ivey Memory Wellness Day Center. Presented by Dr. Lewis Gaskin, Horizon Eye Care and former team ophthalmologist for the Carolina Panthers. Pre-registration requested at 704-909-2070. For caregivers, free care is available for loved ones during the workshop with advance notice.


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