The Linden at Stonehaven Square and The South Tulsa Memory Cafe

The Linden at Stonehaven Square and The South Tulsa Memory Cafe

The Linden at Stonehaven Square is proud to be partnering with the South Tulsa Memory Cafe. We are dedicated to serving residents with memory loss and their friends and family through a variety of activities and programs both inside and outside our community. Learn more about our support for the South Tulsa Memory Cafe and how memory cafes can improve the quality of life for people with dementia.

Memory cafes originated in Europe in 1997 and are steadily making their way into the United States. With a focus on support, friendship, education, and fun, memory cafes are a safe place for people who have memory loss to come with their families and build relationships in a relaxed environment.

As dementia progresses, social settings can become anxiety-inducing. Memory cafes are designed to help make people with dementia and their families feel at ease, without fear of judgment. They give people with dementia a safe place to socialize and engage with friends and family, which is crucial to the overall health and wellness of people with dementia.

The South Tulsa Memory Cafe is led by local volunteers from the senior healthcare industry.  It is open to the public and held at the Evergreen Baptist Church from 1-3 PM on the fourth Tuesday of every month. The Linden at Stonehaven Square is proud to partner with the memory cafe on this exciting new community initiative. We would love for you to join us at the next cafe!

For more information on the South Tulsa Memory Cafe, contact Cheryl Doyle at 918-808-7939. We would love for you and your family to join us!

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Alissa has been working in marketing and the senior living industry for over 8 years. With a B.S. in advertising from the University of Illinois, Alissa has worked all over the world as a freelance communications strategist and writer. Published in Forbes, Senior Finance Advisor, Alzheimers.net and on other leading senior care blogs, she leverages her working knowledge of the senior care industry with leading research and best practices to create engaging content benefitting seniors and their caregivers. In her free time, Alissa loves to travel, read, cook, and spend time with her family.