Virginia Bell, left, who in 1984 developed the Best Friends approach to help people with dementia, visited with Elsie Jones at Best Friends Day Center in Lexington.
Virginia Bell, left, who in 1984 developed the Best Friends approach to help people with dementia, visited with Elsie Jones at Best Friends Day Center in Lexington. Lexington Herald-Leader
Virginia Bell, left, who in 1984 developed the Best Friends approach to help people with dementia, visited with Elsie Jones at Best Friends Day Center in Lexington. Lexington Herald-Leader

British Alzheimer's expert comes to Lexington to speak at Best Friends anniversary celebration

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