Where: Hallowell, ME

When: September 8, 2015, 2 PM

The Genius of Marian
by Banker White & Anna Fitch

Join Spectrum Generations for a free screening and discussion of The Genius of Marian at the Cohen Community Center. A discussion on aging, being a caregiver, and the challenges and support systems in place will follow the screening. For more information, call the Cohen Center at (207) 626-7777.

Mission of Spectrum Generations: Promoting life-long learning, health, wellness, nutrition, community engagement and social well-being of all older and disabled adults.

The Genius of Marian Conversation Starter: Pam vacillates about telling her friends about her diagnosis. If you were her friend, would you want to know? If you were diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, whom would you tell and how? Are there people you would not tell or be especially concerned about telling? How would you keep the diagnosis private?

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