Give Today
Home | News | Events | Press | Contact  

About UseNewsletterMessage BoardsAction CenterAdvocateWalk to End Alzheimer’sShopDonate

Find your chapter:

search by state

In My Community
Education and Programming
Text Size controlsNormal font sizeMedium font sizeLarge font size

Over 300 people attended our 2016 Statewide Educational Conference. Alzheimer’s professionals, family caregivers and people living with the disease alike enjoyed a variety of speakers and programs providing a wealth of information, insight and resources regarding Alzheimer’s and related dementia.

“One of the most amazing conferences!” said Elizabeth Rennie. “I am still upbeat and I got so much out of listening to the speakers. I can only say that it has helped me tremendously to deal with my husband and to lift my spirits. Thank you.”

Folks heard first hand about the latest dementia research from Doctor Clifford Singer, the pioneering efforts of Paul Raia PhD and Habilitation Therapy, as well as detailed steps in how to help those living with the disease on their own terms through the wisdom of Jolene Brackey and David LaGraffe. 

On top of all that, we were fortunate to have Greg O'Brien, author of “On Pluto: Inside the Mind of Alzheimer’s”. Greg is living with Alzheimer’s and shared this video about the effect the disease has on him and his family; it's one you won't want to miss:

>> Watch Greg's video here:

>> Key information presented at the 2016 Statewide Educational Conference is available here:

>> Find upcoming Maine Chapter programs and events: Maine Chapter Calendar (Google Calendar)     >> Education Programs Descriptions

>> Early-Stage Social Engagement Programs Descriptions

>> Educational Brochures and Publications

All educational programs are the property of the Alzheimer's Association and are presented only by its authorized training staff and licensed representatives of the Association.  For additional information about a variety of educational topics: or (207) 772 0115


Alzheimer's Association

Our vision is a world without Alzheimer's
Formed in 1980, the Alzheimer's Association is the world's leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care, support and research.