logo Let Us Help You: Caregiver Support: Memory Minders: Early Memory Loss Program

The Dale Association, with its rich history serving the needs of adults of all ages, strives to enhance memory through stimulation, education and socialization. Memory Minders, a social day program for people with early memory impairment, welcomes new participants to its weekly and twice-weekly program.

Memory Minders meet on Mondays and Fridays*, from 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. at the Dale Association, 33 Ontario Street, Lockport. Lunch and local transportation are available. Memory Minders participants enjoy activities and support designed to slow the further deterioration of mild memory loss such as:  Art, Socialization, Music, Exercise, Games, Outings, Kitchen Fun, Guest Speakers & More!    

Cost is $30.00 per session.
Volunteers Welcome!
To enroll, schedule an assessment or for more information, please call Angie Crawshaw, Early Memory Loss Coordinator at 716-433-1886, ext. 111.
Please Note: Individual must have an assessment prior to attending class.

*Memory Minders' is closed on federal holidays when the County nutrition and transportation programs are closed.

The program is based on a proven model founded by The Brookdale Foundation. The program receives its support from the Niagara County Office for the Aging and private donations. To sponsor a participant in the program, please contact: Angie Crawshaw.


Success Story
Cece, Memory Minders

"Mom looks so forward to Mondays and Fridays - her Memory Minders days. Those are the two days a week that I don't worry about her. Knowing The Dale Association is picking her up and taking such good care of her gives me the peace of mind I need to go to work. When she gets home she is beaming with all the fun she's had. She especially loved making jam - 'just like old times', she said. Mom's made friends there who don't judge her but instead understand what she's going through with her memory loss. I just love the staff and volunteers at The Dale Association. I don't know what we would have done without it"

- Evelyn


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