The mission of Memory Café of the Red River Valley is to provide empowerment, hope, and joy to people living with mild to moderate memory loss and their care partners through education, socialization, and the creative arts.
Memory Café of the Red River Valley was founded in the spring of 2017 by Deb Kaul and Beth Ustanko; it is a registered nonprofit organization. Both Deb and Beth have personal experience supporting a family member living with memory loss, and are passionate about improving the quality of life for others experiencing similar situations.
Memory Café of the Red River Valley
in the news…
KVRR Local News: “Memory Cafe Connects Those Suffering from Memory Loss with Children” 2/5/19
KFGO: “When & Where for Senior Care: Myths about Dementia” 1/16/19
KVRR Local News: “Memory Café of the Red River Vally Makes Blankets for Kids in Need” 12/4/18
Fargo Forum: “You’re not alone’: Fargo family dealing with dementia diagnosis embraces Memory Cafe” 6/8/18
KVRR Local News: “Red River Valley Memory Cafe Celebrates One Year Anniversary” 6/6/18
KFGO 790 AM: “Memory Cafe 1-Year Celebration” 6/4/18
Generations/Fargo Forum: “Seeing Past Dementia: Memory Cafe offers safe space for guests and their caregivers” 5/8/18 p. 12-15
Valley News Live: “Memory Cafe Offers Compassion During a Difficult Time” 6/17/17
Fargo Forum: “Letter: Memory Cafe Open House was Wonderful Success” 5/22/17
WDAY: “New Memory Cafe Opens Up in Fargo” 5/11/17