I am truly humbled and honored to have the opportunity to be a part of Meadowlark Hills.
April 19, 2021
Meadowlark Memory Program is designed to help those dealing with memory and cognitive changes, as well as their caregivers. This program is open to anyone affected by memory and/or cognitive issues in the Flint Hills Region. We invite you to join us for support, valuable information and helpful strategies!
Classes and meetings are free and open to ALL! They take place at Meadowlark Hills (2121 Meadowlark Rd.) in Manhattan, Kansas. For the current meeting schedule, check out the weekly Meadowlark Messenger.
Significant support has been received in 2019 from the following businesses and organizations: Community First National Bank, Goldstein Trust, Kellstrom Pharmacy, Central National Bank, Coco Bolo's and Konza United Way.
This opportunity focuses on education, strategies, techniques, activities and discussions related to memory and cognition in an informal setting. It is led by a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist and all are welcome. Snacks provided.
This new group features story sharing, reminiscing and social engagement. The group is facilitated by a licensed Social Worker and a Companion. All are welcome and snacks will be provided.
The Meadowlark Memory Program is collaborating with the Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art. Twice a month an Education Assistant will conduct a session of Visual Thinking Strategies (VTS). This will be a facilitated discussion of three different art images with joint participation by memory care receivers and caregivers.
A program led by the Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art for a terrific way to de-stress, improve fine motor skills and socialize with friends. Together, participants and class facilitators develop new skills or revisit old ones while engaging in various art making activities (i.e. watercolor, collage). This program is offered free of charge through the Meadowlark Memory Program to people throughout the Flint Hills region.
Classes lead the participant through guided imagery to focus his or her mind on an object, thought or activity to achieve a mentally clear and emotionally calm state. Aromatherapy may be used. No prior experience or knowledge of mediation is required.
Group discussion that relates to challenges of a caregiver and ways to cope with the daily struggles of providing care to a loved one with memory and/or cognitive changes. This group is facilitated by a licensed Social Worker.
Michelle Haub, Special Programs Leader
2121 Meadowlark Road
Manhattan, KS 66502
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