Most people know the benefits of medical screenings and getting their blood pressure and cholesterol checked regularly. Similarly, a memory screening can provide valuable information on how your memory is doing.
Private memory screenings take approximately thirty minutes. A screening cannot diagnose a disease. It can determine if a person has a problem with his or her memory and should seek further evaluation by a specialist.
Monday February 3: 9am-12pm Reliance Integrated Wellness Center: 2100 Raybrook St SE, Suite 203, Grand Rapids, MI 49546
Wednesday February 5: 9am-12pm Georgetown Senior Center: 7096 8th Ave, Jenison, MI 49428
Tuesday February 11: 11am-2pm Carrier Law: 4965 East Beltline Ave, Grand Rapids, MI 49525
Friday February 14: 9am-12pm Holland Home Raybrook: 2105 Raybrook St SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49546
Friday February 21: 9am-12pm Bethlehem Intergenerational: 250 Commerce Ave SW, #100, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Wednesday February 26: 9am-11am Salvation Army: 1235 Fulton St E, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Thursday February 27: 9am-12pm Covenant Living: 2510 Lake Michigan Drive NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49504
Friday February 28: 9am-12pm Clark Retirement Community: 1551 Franklin St SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49506
For questions or to sign up call Christin Carpenter at 616-234-2844, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit the website to view all upcoming memory screening events