Contact: Pam Schlenvogt
Phone: (414) 357-5105 ext. 5851
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
AUGUST 24, 2011
FREE Events offered at Alexian Village
Concert by Jim Kellerman
Monday, September 5
Enjoy the sounds of Jim Kellerman as he plays sax, clarinet, with background tracks from the 1920’s on September 5 at 7:00 pm in the Village Center at Alexian Village located at 9301 N. 76th Street. To make reservations please call (800) 251-4600 by September 2.
Coffee, Cookies and Conversation
Thursday, September 8
1:00 – 2:00 p.m.
Connie Chestnut, Multicultural Outreach Manager and Multicultural Outreach Coordinator, Gail Morgan from the Alzheimer’s Association will present tips on recognizing the signs of Alzheimer’s disease on Thursday, September 8 from 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. in the Alexian Village Pavilion located at 9225 N. 76th. To make reservations please call 1-800-251-4600 by September 5
Diabetes, Facts and Myths
Tuesday, September 13
1:00 – 2:00 p.m.
Boni Wendel, Nurse Practioner and expert on all facets of diabetes from Columbia St. Mary’s Hospital Ozaukee presents valuable information on diabetes on Tuesday, September 13 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. in the Alexian Village Pavilion located at 9225 N. 76th. To make reservations please call 1-800-251-4600 by September 11.
Reduce and Eliminate Pain
Friday, September 16
2:30 p.m., in the Village Center
Dr. Rapkin will speak on reducing and eliminating pain so you can live a better life on Friday, September 16 at 2:30 pm in the Village Center at Alexian Village located at 9301 N. 76th Street. To make reservations please call (800) 251-4600 by September 12.
Changes in Medicare and Medicaid
How will the changes affect you?
Thursday, September 22
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Alice Kowalski from the Milwaukee County Department of Aging will present information on the upcoming changes for the Medicare and Medicaid programs on Thursday, September 22 from 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. in the Alexian Village Pavilion located at 9225 N. 76th. To make reservations please call 1-800-251-4600 by September 19.
Alexian Village of Milwaukee is a vibrant continuing care retirement community (CCRC) providing a full continuum of services and care. Located at 9301 N. 76th Street, Milwaukee, WI 53223, Alexian Village of Milwaukee offers: Independent Living Apartments with a variety of floor plan options; Assisted Living Units in an inviting neighborhood setting, a dedicated Rehabilitation Unit and Skilled Nursing services.
For more information on Alexian Village of Milwaukee please call (414) 355-9300 or visit www.alexianbrothers.net
More information on Alexian Brothers Senior Ministries:
For nearly 800 years, the Alexian Brothers have served and cared for others. The same beliefs that inspired the founders of this ministry sustain its organization today. The Alexian Brothers mission is put into action by the commitment to promote the physical, mental, spiritual and social well-being of all individuals served through their nine local ministries. Through this commitment, Alexian Brothers Senior Ministries has come to be recognized as the area’s leading innovator in the coordination and delivery of comprehensive services to older adults.
Alexian Brothers Senior Ministries operates in Wisconsin, Illinois, Missouri, and Tennessee. For more information on Alexian Brothers Senior Ministries, please call 1-800-251-4600 or visit www.AlexianBrothers.net.
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