Living with Cognitive Decline and Alzheimer’s topic for St. Peter’s Community Speakers Series on “Difficult Conversations”

The second program in St. Peter’s Episcopal Church’s series of talks and discussion on topics titled “Difficult Conversations” is on Sunday, March 29th at 2:30 pm at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, 11 White Street in Rockland. The program is titled “Living with Cognitive Decline and Alzheimer’s”

Cheri Blouin, director of social services at the the Knox Center and Quarry Hill, will begin the program. She has extensive experience with the subject and leads support groups for people living with various types of cognitive decline and memory loss. This topic surrounds difficult and sensitive issues that are important but often avoided in conversations with friends and even with close family members.

The final program in this series will be April 26th at 2:30 pm on Sundays at St. Peter’s. Note that this is a new time and that there will not be a program on March 15th as announced earlier.

The programs in the community series have been developed by the Pastoral Care committee of St. Peter’s and are free and open to the public. Reservations are not necessary. Beverages and light snacks will be provided. For additional information contact the parish administrator at St. Peter’s at 594-8191 or see the Latest News announcements at

St. Peter’s is the red shingled church located between the Rockland Public Library and the playground, open and welcoming to all.


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