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    Taxonomy Code: PL-7400.5000

    Programs that provide classes for people who want to learn techniques for developing their memory for facts, names, places, events and numbers in order to improve their ability to recall what they have read, seen or heard.

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    Bryn Mawr Terrace - Memory CareProvides specialized care and support for those with early- to mid-stage Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia, located in a separate, secure community within Bryn Mawr Terrace. Offering consistent staffing facilitates individualized care that emphasizes abilities, supports personal preferences and promotes freedom of choice and independence. As memory challenges progress, residents can move to Care Traditions, a program developed specifically to provide late-stage memory care residents with the dignity they deserve and the personalized support they need.DelawareBryn Mawr Terrace - Delaware; Bryn MawrBryn Mawr Terrace

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