When you’re taking care of someone with dementia, there's no such thing as just getting away for a few days, says Asheville resident Thomas Stern, who’s had extensive caregiving experience. To help address such challenges, Stern is launching AV.E Health and, beginning in January, the company will offer assisted vacations at the Grove Park Inn for people with dementia and their family caregivers.
The president and CEO of the Alzheimer's Association will be in Asheville this Thursday to talk about the status of various Alzheimer's legislation and also to commend Dr. Margaret Noel on her recent appointment to the National Board of Directors member of the Alzheimer’s Association. Noel founded MemoryCare, a non-profit charitable corporation, 12 years ago in Asheville. (Photo courtesy of the Alzheimer's Association)
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