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17th Annual Memory Loss Conference
November 16-17, 2012
Crowne Plaza Hotel
Springfield, IL

About the Conference
For seventeen years SIU School of Medicine, Center for Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders,the Alzheimer's Association, Illinois Department on Aging, and St. John’s Hospital have brought to Springfield outstanding education and resources for those working or living with memory loss.

This year we are delighted to feature an array of expert presenters bringing us the latest information on Alzheimer’s disease, research, innovative and effective ways to improve the lives of persons with dementia, and practical approaches to compassionate care. Each day of the conference is designed for a specific audience; choose the day that best fits you or attend both days and experience it all! Either way, don’t miss this opportunity to attend this low-cost, high return conference on memory loss.

Day 1: Friday, November 16
Full-day conference with specialized educational sessions for professionals in health care, aging,and caregiving. The conference includes a light continental breakfast, luncheon and resource fair.

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Day 2: Saturday, November 17
Full-day conference for the general public, especially family, friends, care partners and persons with early stage memory loss. Materials, light continental breakfast, luncheon and Ask-the-Experts Resource Fair included.

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