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The open house showcases Rosener House and allows families to participate in a sampling of activities led by Rosener professional staff. Meet social workers, registered nurses, CNAs, activity leaders and therapists. Classes will include music, art, exercise, brain games and more!

There will be a special Presentation at 10:30 am – “Managing Hearing Loss in Older Adults” – by
Dr. Deborah Clark, Audiologist, Pacific Hearing Service.

Rosener House Adult Day Services has been serving older adults with challenges and limitations, including Alzheimer’s, mild cognitive impairment, dementia, Parkinson’s and post-stroke, for 40 years.

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