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Concerned about memory loss?

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Assistive Devices Memory

Louisburg Library wants to help you keep your memory sharp with our collection of Memory Assistive Devices.  There are a variety of tools to stimulate your memory and enhance your cognitive abilities.  From conversation cards that get those thoughts churning to activity boards that strengthen fine motor skills, there is something for everyone.  All devices are available for one-week checkout.

Download: Assistive Devices Memory list with descriptions.pdf

Free Memory Screenings - by appointment

Louisburg Library in partnership with Vintage Park at Louisburg and the Alzheimer's Foundation of America's National Memory Screening Program are proud to bring our community free memory screenings once a year.

To make your 10-minute appointment with a health professional from Vintage Park, click on the blue time links below for your preferred appointment time or call 913-837-2217.  Once at the correct appointment time click the "Sign Up" button and fill out the form. Remember to click the "OK" button to reserve your spot.

Friday, April 17 at Louisburg Library

9:00 am    |  9:10 am   |  9:20 am    |  9:30 am    | 9:40 am     | 9:50 am

10:00 am  |  10:10 am  |  10:20 am  |  10:30 am  |  10:40 am  |  10:50 am

11:00 am  |  11:10 am  |  11:20 am  |  11:30 am  |  11:40 am  |  11:50 am


A memory screening, like most routine health screenings, is a simple, noninvasive check-up that consists of a series of questions and tasks designed to gauge memory, language and thinking skills.

Memory screenings are a significant first step toward detection of memory problems. Some memory problems can be readily treated, such as those caused by vitamin deficiencies or thyroid problems. Other memory problems may result from causes that are not currently reversible, such as Alzheimer’s disease.

It’s important to keep in mind that screenings are not a diagnosis. Individuals  who score below the normal threshold or who still have concerns about their memory are encouraged to follow up with their physician for a thorough evaluation.

Alzheimer's 101

In partnership with K-State Research and Extenstion, Marais des Cygnes District, Louisburg Library brings you a presentation on Alzhemier's.


Friday, April 3rd
10:00 am
Louisburg Library
Register Here

This class is open to  individuals of all ages who want to learn more about Alzheimer's disease.

While Alzheimer's cannot be prevented, slowed or cured, there are benefits to early detection & diagnosis, as well as numerous steps you can take now to better your own brain health.

Topics Covered will Include:

  • The difference between Alzheimer’s disease & dementia
  • The 10 warning signs of Alzheimer’s
  • The benefits of early detection and diagnosis
  • Steps you can take now to better your own brain health

Presented by: Kathy Goul, Family & Consumer Science Agent, Marais des Cygnes Extension District