DETAILS: Dr. Turshá R. Hamilton will introduce simple methods to incorporate into your daily life using home-grown herbs and produce and practical tips to build a healthier you. Bring a lunch to eat during the presentation.
ALZHEIMER’S INFO SESSION
WHAT: A Cause to Remember, a free, one-hour informational session designed to increase awareness of the programs and services provided by Alzheimer’s Services of the Capital Area.
WHEN: Noon to 1 p.m., Friday, July 11
WHERE: Alzheimer’s Services of the Capital Area, 3772 North Blvd., Baton Rouge
REGISTRATION: Reservations are required. Special sessions for groups upon request. Call (225)334-7494 or email Jeri McCullough at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit alzbr.org
DETAILS: After a light lunch, guests can tour Charlie’s Place, an adult day respite center, then learn about volunteer opportunities and how to become an ambassador for the organization by sharing information with others who may need support, services or resources. Guests will not be asked to make a donation.
EPILEPSY SUPPORT GROUP
WHAT: Meeting of new support group, SPOKES, Support for Parents Of Kids with Epilepsy and Seizures
WHEN: 6 p.m. Monday, July 14 (and second Monday of every month)
WHERE: Baton Rouge Rehab Hospital, 8595 United Plaza Blvd., conference room 2
INFORMATION: (225) 298-5499
DETAILS: The topic is “Educational Needs for Children with Epilepsy,” with speaker Linda Stone, principal of Greater Baton Rouge Hope Academy. The new group is being launched by the Epilepsy Foundation Louisiana and is specifically designed for parents of children with epilepsy to find common ground on successes and challenges they face in their everyday lives.