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Patti Kerr: Alzheimer's Author & Educator To Speak At Brooks Memorial Library Sept 10 at 2 PM & 7 PM


Alzheimer’s educator and author Patti Kerr will speak at the Brooks Memorial Library on Wednesday, September 10th at 2 PM in the Library's Meeting Room on the 2nd Floor. She will also repeat her talk at 7 PM. Kerr, a Certified Alzheimer’s Educator, is also author of  “I Love You…Who Are You?”, Loving and Caring for a Parent with Alzheimer’s”.

She will discuss Alzheimer’s, her family’s journey with the disease, and how to care for a loved one with Alzheimer’s. She will also provide information and hands-on tips for everyone regarding the disease. 

“With someone in the United States being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s every 67 seconds, there’s an increasing chance we will all know someone with the disease in our lifetime. My goal is to raise awareness and also educate others about how to act, react and interact with someone with Alzheimer’s”, said Kerr, a native of New Jersey. Kerr’s book will be available for purchase at the event.

For more information, visit her website at: www.pattikerr.com or call the Brooks Memorial Library at 802-254-5290. Location: Brooks Memorial Library Meeting Room, 2nd Floor. Contact: Jerry Carbone, 802-251-8195, info@brookslibraryvt.org

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