PERRY — Next up in Perry Lutheran Home’s “AgingWell” seminar series is “Enriching the Life of Your Elderly Loved One.” This free and informative seminar will take place at noon on Tuesday, Sept. 12 at the Spring Valley assisted living campus at 501 12th Street, Perry, Iowa. Lunch will be provided, so bring a friend. To reserve your spot, call or email Alyssa Poland today at (515) 465-5342 or

Are you a spouse, child, caregiver, or friend and wondering how to add enrichment to the life of your elderly loved one? If so, RSVP to this free and informative seminar today.

Featured speaker will be Perry Lutheran Home’s IdentitE Director, Alyssa Poland. Perry Lutheran Home has developed a unique approach to personalized care called IdentitE so each person can achieve their highest level of identity through the following five E’s: Engage, Educate, Entertain, Exercise, and Enrich.

You will learn ways to use the five E’s combined with your loved one’s personality, history, background, likes, and abilities to create an environment that’s best for them to live and thrive.

This once-per-month seminar series will typically fall on the second Tuesday of each month and be offered either over the noon hour or in the evening. A variety of locations will be utilized for the series to include Main Campus on Willis Ave., Spring Valley Campus next to Dallas County Hospital, The PLH Cottage on Willis Ave., and other locations within the community of Perry. For a list of upcoming topics and dates, visit

About Perry Lutheran Home

Perry Lutheran Home, founded in 1956, is a 70 bed, 9 apartment (Main Campus), and 39 apartment (Spring Valley Campus) Christian Caring Community in Perry, Iowa specializing in early, mid, and advanced stages of memory care. PLH is the recipient of several highly regarded LeadingAge Iowa awards for their innovative housing, care, and services. PLH offers a wide array of services to meet changing needs from home care to assisted living to long-term care to memory care.