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A Good Man is a short film and discussion is a virtual conference. This is the third program in a series of conferences on Healthy Living for Dementia Caregivers presented by the Salisbury Caregivers Conference Planning Committee. Presenters are Dr. Mary DiBartolo, PhD, MBA, BSN, professor of nursing at Salisbury University and Yolanda Wright, MSW, Alzheimer's Association, Greater Maryland Chapter.

Strategies to Support Nutrition in People with Dementia is the second presentation in the three-part conference series Healthy Living for Dementia Caregivers, presented by the Salisbury Caregivers Conference Planning Committee.The presenter is Karla Beardsley, MS, RD, LDN, nutrition program director at the MAC Inc., Area Agency on Aging. Sponsors: AARP Maryland; Gull Creek Senior Living Community; MAC Inc., Area Agency on Aging; Johns Hopkins Medicine Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program; and The Thomas and Maria Mitchell Foundation.

Effective Strategies for Brain Health and Reduction of Dementia was presented by Sarah Lenz Lock, JD, senior vice president of Policy and Brain Health, AARP of Maryland. The webinar is the first in a three-part series sponsored by the Salisbury Caregivers Conference Planning Committee.   

COVID-19 and Long Term Care: How Maryland's Long-Term Care Industry is Responding Long-term care industry leaders lead the discussion. 

Latinos & Alzheimer's: A Time of Sharing & Support
Watch the recording of the forum. Panelists include Delegate Joseline Peña-Melnyk, vice-chair, Health and Government Operations Committee; Dr. Andres Salazar, geriatric medicine specialist; Maria Lopez, advocate and volunteer; and moderator Veronica Cool, Cool and Associates, LLC. 

Below are videos and  PowerPoint slides from a webinar series on coronavirus tips for dementia caregivers that was presented in partnership with the Maryland Department of Human Services and Johns Hopkins University.

Click to view the PowerPoint presentation by Lylie Fisher, Coordinator of the Caregiver Support Program, Montgomery County, Department of Health and Human Services and Dr. Esther Oh, Co-Director, Johns Hopkins Memory and Alzheimer's Treatment Center

Watch the recorded webinar by Mary Chaput, Program Director, Caregiver Support, Anne Arundel County Department of Aging & Disabilities and Yolanda Wright, Greater Maryland Chapter Early Stage & Support Group Coordinator

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Watch the recorded webinar by Kathy Wehr, Caregiver Program Support Manager, Howard County Government 

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