BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) - Crimson Community Cafè in Tuscaloosa provides a place for people with Alzheimer’s to come and support one another.
It also offers activities that can help people with the disease feel more at home and sometimes remember fond memories.
The Cognitive Dynamics Foundation hosts Crimson Community Cafè once a month, at the U-Perk coffee shop in downtown Tuscaloosa.
Daniel Potts founded the non-profit organization in honor of his father who suffered from Alzheimer’s.
He recently got a $5000 grant from the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America. The money goes to the Crimson Community Cafè program and an art life program.
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