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Alzheimer’s Association, United Way to host Conversation About OUR Community on dementia

Participants in the upcoming Conversation About OUR Community on dementia are, top row, from left: Dr. Sabrina Everett, Jacqueline Fisher, Clay Jacobs; and bottom row, from left: Tom Martin, Jessica Rodriguez, Cori Strathmeyer.

United Way of Lancaster County is partnering with the Greater Pennsylvania Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Assocation for a “Conversation About OUR Community” on Alzheimer’s and other dementias.

The free event, part of United Way’s ongoing series, will take place from 1:30 to 3 p.m. Thursday, March 9, on Zoom. To register, click here.

It will kick off with a presentation by Jessica Rodriguez, the Alzheimer’s organization’s community health educator, on public awareness of dementia and modifiable risk factors.

That will be followed by a panel discussion with the following individuals:

Dr. Sabrina Everett: Clinical neuropsychologist, Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health

Jacqueline Fisher: Executive director, Spanish American Civic Association

Tom Martin: Executive director, Lancaster County Office of Aging

Cori Strathmeyer: Director of healthy living, YMCA of the Roses

The event will be moderated by Clay Jacobs, executive director of the Pennsylvania Alzheimer’s Association chapter.

To contact the organizers, email