Tuscaloosa’s Caring Days Hosts Annual “Ride Down Memory Lane”
Caring Days of Tuscaloosa is a “day program for adults with Alzheimer's and other memory disorders.” The goal of the organization is the quality of life of its clients. The program does this “by making sure they laugh and smile each day as well as providing much-needed respite for their caregivers.”
To help support their initiatives, Caring Days is hosting their 3rd Annual “Ride Down Memory Lane” motorcycle ride on Saturday, March 25,” said the press release. The motorcycle ride will start at T-Town Harley Davidson at 9:30 a.m.
To get ready for the event you can pre-register on March 23rd & 24th at Caring Days Adult Day Care which is located off McFarland Blvd behind Haverty’s Furniture store.
According to the press release, the motorcycle ride “helps Caring Days keep our services affordable to all caregivers. We charge $40.00 a day, which covers personal care, food, and activities. This means when a client comes to Caring Days for a day it costs caregivers $5.00 an hour for care.”
“Ride Down Memory Lane” Information
T Town Harley Davidson (Cottondale, AL)
Saturday, March 25
Driver: $40 (includes t-shirt & lunch)
Passenger: $25 (includes t-shirt & lunch)
If you only want to come and support and eat lunch, that will be $15.00.
(Source) Click here for more details about Caring Days.
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