Aloha To Aging is a non-profit that aims to empower family caregivers, aging care recipients, volunteers and the community in a positive, nurturing manner through quality, targeted programming. Below is a list of some of the programs offered in March. Programs are held at Aloha to Aging Inc. 4608 Lower Roswell Road in Marietta/East Cobb 30068. For more information call 770-722-7641 or email

Parkinson’s Disease/Care Support Group
Tuesday, March 5 ● 11:15am-12pm
Guest Speaker, Randy Nicholson, Owner of Fitness Firm Studio, will discuss Boxing Training for PD. This program for both the person with Parkinson’s and their care partner, covers helpful tips and resources that provide comfort and encouragement for you or someone you love with PD. For more information call 770-722-7641 or email

Healthy Brain Game Day and Lunch
Thursday, March 7 ● 11:30am-1pm
A healthy mind is the essential key to staying independent, involved and enjoying our lives to the fullest at any age. Join Aloha to Aging for a healthy lunch and exciting series of games to keep your mind sharp and stimulated. Suggested donation of $10. RSVP by emailing or call 770-722-7641.

Gentle Yoga Class
Every Tuesday ● 10-11am
Join Carolyn Purvis, licensed Yoga Instructor, for an hour yoga class. This class is appropriate for everyone, at any level of experience! You will stretch, strengthen, and practice balance poses. We start seated on a chair (for stretching/centering) and then move to standing positions (strength/balance) and move onto the floor, ending in a deep state of relaxation. MANY modifications will be given, floor poses can be modified for the chair. Class size limited. $25 per month, no daily rate. Bring your own, block(s), blanket, and water. RSVP by emailing or call 770-722-7641.

Aloha Day Club
Every Monday and Wednesday ● 10:30am-2pm
Keep the Aloha spirit alive in this social day program for those 55 and older who are no longer driving and need engaging activities outside of their residence. This week day program incorporates exercises, music and stimulating games and discussions into each session. Day Club participants range from 55 – 96 years young! This fun-filled 3.5 hour program includes a morning snack, art, games, music, trivia, and best of all… lunch and 50 minutes of seated exercise. Call 770-722-7641 for more information.

Dementia 24/7 – Dementia Simulation Training
Caring for individuals with Alzheimer’s and other dementia’s can be challenging. Their actions and verbal communication might not make sense, and conversing with others is sometimes difficult. They live with their condition twenty-four/seven, so it’s imperative that providers identify with the complexity of their world. Families, caregivers and professionals can reach a deeper level of understanding regarding patients living with dementia by spending some time “walking in their shoes.” Dementia Twenty-Four/Seven’s simulation activities mimic what it’s like to feel confused, frustrated, isolated, and much more. Participants will gain compassion and empathy while they participate in the five activities and share their newfound understanding with other participants. If interested call 770-722-7641 for dates, times and locations.