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Olney<br>Assisted Living

Olney
Assisted Living

301-570-0525

Olney
Assisted Living

A Town Hall for Families and Caregivers of Those with Dementia

October 18, 2021 | 7:30 p.m.
Virtual Town Hall
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Hosted by Artis Senior Living and our panel of experts including physicians from Johns Hopkins

As we enter the last quarter of 2021, we find ourselves reflecting on the many strides that our associates, residents, their families, and the world have taken in hopes of getting back to a normal way of life. Because we know that we are not quite there yet, our Artis Safety Council continues to meet regularly to get information directly from the source, enabling us to make the best decisions with the most up-to-date science and research.

Join our team of physician experts as they share the most recent information about:

  • The State of the Pandemic
  • COVID-19 Variants (Delta, Lambda and others)
  • Progress in COVID-19 Prevention and Management

Please Bring Your Questions! As always, we value your thoughts and will provide time during our discussion for any questions you may have.

Please Register By Saturday, October 16th

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Our 1st Annual Car Show & Trunk-or-Treat for Alzheimer’s

October 23, 2021 | 9:30 a.m.
Olney Assisted Living
16940 Georgia Ave., Olney, MD 20832
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Be our guest for a fun trip down memory lane and a chance for the little ones in your life to show off their costumes. Whether you come to display your shinedup set of wheels or bring your costumed kiddos for a treat, it promises to be a great event in support of a great cause.

Space is limited for car entries so call today to register.

Registration Fee for cars is a donation of any amount which will go to the Alzheimer’s Association.

RSVP by Friday, October 22nd

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Parkinson's 101

October 27, 2021 | 12:30 p.m.
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Join us for a FREE educational webinar.

A Parkinson’s disease diagnosis is life-changing. The rate of progression
varies from one person to another, but there are many common symptoms and scenarios. Learn about ways to help manage symptoms, the importance of a comprehensive medical team, and resources
available through the Parkinson’s Foundation to help ensure a high quality of life.

Please Register by Tuesday, October 26th. 

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Understanding the Timeline of Dementia

November 9, 2021 | 6:30 p.m.
Online Webinar
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Presented by Heather McKay, PhD, OT/L; Dr. Heather McKay is an occupational therapist, dementia care specialist and international trainer/speaker on topics related to dementia care and caregiver education

Family caregivers are supporting people living with dementia for a decade or longer. Recognizing changes throughout this long disease can feel like detective work. Dr. Heather McKay, will present a webinar focused on the five stages of dementia progression and strategies that work to support people in every stage.

Participants will learn how to adapt their help to match the person’s changing needs and foster more positive interactions throughout disease progression. Dealing with dementia is challenging, but when families and their myriad helpers understand the timeline and cooperate to redesign plans as the person’s needs change, they can provide the right support at the right time—improving life for the person living with dementia and each other.

Please Register By Sunday, November 7th

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Have Your Plan in Place Before There is a Crisis

November 22, 2021 | 12:30 p.m.
Virtually Hosted by Olney Assisted Living
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Join us for a FREE Educational Webinar

Presented by Terri Canaday from Seasons Hospice

By Maryland law, when a person is admitted to the hospital, a provider is required to complete a MOLST form for them. Not only is a person usually not prepared to have this conversation at this time, but physicians generally also go through the form rather quickly. The MOLST is Medical Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment. This seems like a pretty big deal! Our decisions should be based on our personal preferences, values and goals. But how is someone supposed to decide what treatments they want and not wait until they completely understand the choices of treatments being offered, how those treatments are rendered, and the outcomes? In this in-service program, we’ll not only discuss these topics in detail, but you’ll have the opportunity to get all your questions answered.

Please Register by Sunday, November 21st

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You want your loved one to stay the person they’ve always been, regardless of memory loss.

At Artis, that’s our goal, too: Within the safety of our intimate Memory Care community, we keep them connected to what they love, learning every preference so they live with self-determination and purpose. It’s how we honor them and provide a level of customization you won’t find anywhere else. That’s why we call it The Artis Way.

We invite you to experience our elegant surroundings and exceptionally attentive, respectful, and loving care firsthand. 

For a personal tour, or answers to your questions, please feel free to contact us at 301-570-0525.

We look forward to meeting you and discussing how we can provide for your loved one’s specific needs!

Check out our other nearby community:
Artis Senior Living of Potomac
8301 River Road, Bethesda, MD 20817

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The Artis Way :: Vintage Photo Collage

Baseball...At Any Age

Dad had been a baseball coach most of his life, and wanted more than anything to play again. So the folks at Artis Senior Living created a baseball diamond inside the community! When game day came, everyone turned out to play or cheer—staff, other residents and their families. The staff accommodated everybody—of all ages and abilities. Especially Dad. He got his wish. I couldn’t be more grateful.

The Artis Way