Alzheimer's expert coming to Westlake Performing Arts Center

Dr. Peter Rabins

Dr. Peter V. Rabins, co-author of "The 36-Hour Day," will speak at the Westlake Performing Arts Center at Westlake High School on Friday, September 10 at 7 p.m. 

Dr. Rabins is the Richman Family Professor for Alzheimer’s and Related Diseases at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He is Co-Director of the Division of Geriatric Psychiatry and Neuropsychiatry at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

"The 36-Hour Day" is an essential resource for those caring for loved ones with Alzheimer’s Disease and other types of dementia.

The first 100 attendees to arrive for the event will receive a copy of the book and an additional resource kit provided by the Kiwanis Club.

The program is being brought to Westlake by the Friends of Porter Public Library as well as the following co-sponsors:The City of Westlake, Westlake City Schools, the Alzheimer’s Association, Annie’s Place Memory Care/The Harbor Court, Arden Courts - Westlake, Brighton Gardens of Westlake, Huntington Woods Care and Rehabilitation Center, The Normandy, Rae-Ann Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Centers, Sunrise Assisted Living of Rocky River, Wellington Place, Westlake Healthcare Center, Crestmont North Healthcare, Village of the Falls Assisted Living and HCR Manor Care North Olmsted.

Elaine Willis is the Public Relations Associate for Westlake Porter Public Library.

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Volume 2, Issue 17, Posted 3:26 PM, 08.13.2010