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Alzheimer’s Project to have classes in Quincy

The Alzheimer’s Project, Inc. is having a series of four educational classes for the public at the William McGill Library (732 Pat Thomas Parkway) in Quincy over the next few months.

The first event will take place from 1 to 3 p.m. on Tuesday, February 27 and will focus on “Normal Aging or Dementia? How to Tell the Difference.”

A course description reads: “Physical and cognitive changes occur in all of us as we age. It is part of human growth and development. However, how do we differentiate the normal changes from signs of dementia? In this class we will identify the differences. We will share resources for further assessment. And, we will discuss important conversations for families to have to live with dementia.”

The classes are sponsored by The Literacy Center, Inc. They are free and open to the public.

For more information, visit or call The Literacy Center, Inc. at (850) 662-3329.

Special to The Herald