he first of three educational programs by the Alzheimer’s Association to be held at the Kingston LGBTQ Community Center. This program offers tips on how to recognize the 10 warning signs of Alzheimer’s disease to aid early detection. Early detection is important because it allows more time to take advantage of treatments that can alleviate the symptoms, take part in clinical trials and plan for the future. Program includes lunch; RSVP by Friday, Feb. 24, by calling Tess Martin at the LGBTQ Center at 845.331.5300, ext. 104.
Kingston, NY 12401