When a loved one with dementia is losing mental capacity, it’s common to experience profound grief. Ambiguous loss is a type of loss we feel when a person with dementia is physically here but may not be as emotionally or mentally present as they used to be. We might be overwhelmed by emotions, grief, and even guilt. Join us to learn about ambiguous loss and grief.

Speaker: Jennifer Phillips, MPA, Washington University St. Louis Knight Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center

Registration is not required but is available through the St. Louis Public Library.

Parking: If you are parking at a meter, the meters are monitored from 8 a.m. until 7 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Free parking is available for Library customers at the lot at the corner of 15th Street and Olive – just one block west of Central Library.