Posted: 7/29/16 10:55 AM
You are invited to a free workshop held at Xavier University’s Schiff Conference and Banquet Center on Friday, August 12 from 1-4. This interactive workshop will teach participants ways to support their loved ones that are experiencing memory challenges due to Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia.
- Share in discovering their strengths and abilities
- Get involved in activities that are fun and engaging
- Socialize, network, and learn techniques- together!
This collaborative workshop is offered by the Xavier University Montessori Dementia Program and the Center for Applied Research in Dementia, and funded by Xavier University Women of Excellence .
This is the last workshop of the summer and space is limited: Please feel free to email me at email@example.com with any questions or call my assistant at 513-641-6633.
Posted: 7/29/16 8:06 AM
Manresa is coming and we are still looking for volunteers! There are two opportunities in particular that are still available, Manresa Packet Stuffing (Friday, August 5) and Move Crew (Wednesday, August 17 and Thursday, August 18).
It's not too late to volunteer to help us prepare the folders every new student receives at Manresa! Packet Stuffing takes place on August 5 on the main concourse at the Cintas Center. Shifts will be 10am-noon, noon-2pm, or 2-4pm. Refreshments will be provided, including lunch during the 12pm-2pm shift. To volunteer, please click HERE.
Move Crew is a great way to help welcome the incoming class! Shifts are available on both Wednesday, August 17 in the evening and Thursday, August 18 throughout the day. Please consider joining us for a couple hours to help provide the best move-in experience possible for the class of 2020! To volunteer, click HERE.
Manresa Core thanks you in advance for your assistance in making Manresa possible!
For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/student-involvement/Volunteer.cfm
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