Senior Services will hold its 21st annual Alzheimer’s Care Evening gala on Friday, November 5. The celebratory event, usually held in person, will be held primarily online this year out of caution and to reduce health risks from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Alzheimer’s Care Night consists of an online auction, an in-person open house auction for fully immunized and masked guests, and a special online video program.
* The online auction will begin on Friday, October 29 at 5 p.m. and end at 9 p.m. on Friday, November 5. The wide selection of auction items includes daring adventure packages, relaxing getaways, stunning local artwork, and exquisite cuisine. experiences, and much more. Senior Services’ Facebook (@SeniorServicesInc) and Instagram (@srservicesinc) pages feature previews of some of the items available.
* The in-person open house preview, which offers guests the opportunity to view the auction items in person, will take place on Friday, November 5 from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Senior Services, 2895 Shorefair Drive, Winston-Salem.
* The video program will be posted on the official event website on Friday, November 5 at 8 p.m. The event website will be accessible for browsing and auctioning starting October 29. on the home page.
The Alzheimer Care Night raises funds to support scholarships for Forsyth County seniors living with dementia or other forms of memory loss to attend the Elizabeth and Adult Day Center Award-winning Tab Williams. The Williams Adult Day Center provides participants with a safe and comfortable place, cutting-edge programming and social engagement during the day, while ensuring their caregivers have the opportunity to work, attend to personal affairs and receive respite. necessary.
In addition to serving nutritious meals and offering a daily range of fun and stimulating activities for participants, the Williams Center offers participants the opportunity to receive dental and podiatric treatments, a spa-like bath and a hair salon on the premises. square. The Williams Center also offers caregiver support groups to help families navigate the dementia journey.
A family caregiver says of the Williams Center, “I don’t know how I could survive without the center. And another remarked, “I am less stressed about daddy’s care while I am working. He seems more awake and alert after a day at the Williams Center. When he was home he just slept all day.
The 21st The annual Alzheimer’s Care Night will have something for everyone. Those looking to find other ways to support the Williams Adult Day Center can participate in the 2021 Alzheimer’s Care Challenge, an online fundraising campaign using social media and your personal and work social networks. To participate in the Challenge or to learn more, visit seniorservicesinc.org/efac2021 or contact Melissa Wilson, Director of Donations and Events, at mwilson @noseniorservicesinc.org or call 336-721-6961.