Memory Cafe

Memory Connections Cafe

The Brookline Senior Center welcomes people living with memory changes and their carepartners to its free monthly Memory Cafe, usually the 4th Wednesday of the month from 1:30-3. The Cafe includes a variety of programming, refreshments, and other enjoyable experiences with peers facing similar challenges. Individuals with memory loss and their carepartners can connect in a social, relaxing, and supportive environment. Either party can attend by themselves, but a carepartner must accompany those who require any care assistance.

What participants are saying about the Memory Connections Café:

“It was very helpful to go to the Café and I recommend it! I enjoyed being with all of the people there. We all have a shared common bond of getting older and realizing our memories aren’t as good as they used to be. It was good sharing with others.”

“It was nice being with people my own age with the same problems. It was a lot of fun.”

“I enjoyed myself. The program was so good and nice. I think everyone enjoyed it to the fullness.”

For more information about the Memory Café or to register, please contact Jamie Jensen at 617-730-2753 or jjensen@brooklinema.gov.

This program is supported by a grant from the Brookline Community Foundation.

For a directory of other local Memory Café’s, please see www.jfcsboston.org/MemoryCafeDirectory