Project keeps on "Touching" lives
By Ken Johnston
A program that started a few years ago with hopes of it being a moderate success, has continued to touch people’s lives in a big way!
A few years ago Kenora-Rainy River Alzheimer Society’s Executive Director Lynn Moffatt, spoke to the crowd at the annual Linda Johnston Memorial Dinner in Rainy River. She talked about the importance of tactile stimulation for people with Alzheimer Disease and other forms of Dementia...
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