Great Lakes Clinical Trials is proud to sponsor the launching of THE DWELLING PLACE Women's Fellowship Brunch at The Crystal Light Banquet Facility, 8400 South Cicero in Chicago on Saturday, April 1, 2017.
Dean Hervochon, Co-Founder of Great Lakes Clinical Trials, will address the impact Alzheimer's Disease and memory loss has had on the African American population. "Many Americans dismiss the warning signs of Alzheimer's, believing that these symptoms are a normal part of aging, commented Mr. Hervochon. "This is of even greater concern for African-Americans, who are two times more likely to develop late-onset Alzheimer's disease than whites and less likely to have a diagnosis of their condition, resulting in less time for treatment and planning. By working together, we hope to reduce the risk factors and reverse the growing trend of Alzheimer's disease among African-Americans."
The mission of The Dwelling Place is to provide an environment of empowerment and discipleship through the gifts of hospitality, while sharing our stories and welcoming yours. The group aims to equip and provide for women and children in need of restorative care through various resources. Dedicated women, committed to the call.
The brunch is at no cost. The event is non-denominational and ALL ARE WELCOME!
For more information, contact Dean Hervochon at (773) 275-3500 or firstname.lastname@example.org