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Support, Connection, Hope

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One in 10 Americans over the age of 65 have Alzheimer’s disease.


That is 5.8 million people — as well as their caregivers, family and friends —

who live with the effects of this devastating disease.


The Bev Roy Hope Foundation seeks to offer support, build connection and provide hope for those living with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia and their caregivers.

Through engaging activities and opportunities for socialization, the foundation makes a difference in the lives of those in the St. Charles, Missouri, area and beyond. Participants experience a decrease in isolation and loneliness. Activities are meant to help individuals maintain cognitive abilities and communication skills and improve their overall mood, focus and concentration. Plus, it’s fun!

The foundation hosts a monthly Main Street Memory Café to provide a safe, welcoming place for individuals living with mild to moderate cognitive impairment and their caregivers. Participants can socialize and participate in fun activities. 

Is health and safety a concern? Not able to get out? Join us for our online Memory Café Zoom. Anyone with internet access and a computer, tablet or smartphone (no matter where you live) can join us for fun, interactive activities such as chair exercise, trivia, music, armchair travel around the world, crafts, cooking demonstrations and more! 

Our monthly Memory Lounge features live music, entertainers, storytellers and healthy snacks and refreshments for a taste of times gone by.

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