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2013 Symposium

Thursday, May 9, 2013

The Church at Mill Run
3500 Mill Run Drive, Hilliard, OH  43026

Keynote Speaker
Dr. Daniel Christensen, MD, The University of Utah

This daylong conference will feature experts in the dementia field, coming together for one reason:  to provide the best in education for those caring for or living with Alzheimer's disease or a related disorder.  In order to ensure the audience is receiving new information, the Association was dedicated to a nationwide search for presenters and has commitment from five leading doctors in the fields of psychology, pharmacology, neurology, and palliative medicine.  Six continuing education credits will be offered (see brochure for more details).

For additional information contact Katie White at kwhite@alz.org or 1-800-272-3900.

Download the 2013 Symposium Brochure

Registration Fees
Professional requiring CEUs               $99
Alzheimer's Association Volunteer      $50
Family Caregiver                                  $30

Payment Methods

By check:  Make checks payable to Alzheimer's Association with "2013 Symposium" in the memo line along with the registration form (download the 2013 Sumposium Brochure) and mail to
Alzheimer's Association, 1379 Dublin Road, Columbus, OH  43215.

By credit card:  Contact the Alzheimer's Association at (614) 457-6003.

Online:  Register and pay online at http://tinyurl.com/c6fsmmu

 

Agenda

7:30AM      Registration

8:30AM      Introduction

8:45AM      Dr. Daniel Christensen "Understanding The Diagnostic Process"

10:15AM     Break

10:30AM     Dr. Brandy Matthews "Decoding the Genetic Alphabet of Familial Dementias"

11:30AM     Lunch

12:30PM      Dr. Martin Rhys Farlow "Trends in Research and Clinical Trials"

2:00PM       Dr. Robert Taylor "The Importance of Palliative Care in Advanced Dementia"

3:00PM       Break

3:15PM      Dr. Charles Dolph "Psychological Considerations When Working With Families Dealing with Alzheimer's Disease"

4:15PM       Closing remarks and evaluations


 

Alzheimer's Association

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