The Alzheimer's Association Annual Dementia Conference is for individuals with dementia and all members of their care team, including family, friends other caregivers and professionals.
Professionals, including acute and long-term care nurses, social workers, assisted living and nursing home administrators, geriatric care managers, and allied health professionals working with individuals with dementia and their caregivers, are invited to attend and can receive continuing education credits.
2015 Event Wrap-Up
On Friday, April 24, the 2015 Annual Dementia Conference took place at the Sheraton Baltimore North Hotel in Towson. We were honored to have the keynote address presented by Dan Cohen, executive director of Music & Memory whose work was featured in the acclaimed documentary, "Alive Inside." In addition to his thoughtful insights on the impact of music on the lives of those living with dementia and the individuals who care for them, the day was filled with expert information on the disease and best practices for care. The conference closed with Dr. Marilyn Albert's in-depth report on current research and future promises in the field.
We thank our sponsors and exhibitors for the support in making the event possible.
With permission from the speakers, we have posted select presentations below.
Non-Pharmacological Management of Difficult Behaviors, presented by Elizabeth Galik, Ph.D., CRNP
Managing Caregiver Stress: Compassionate Care for the Caregiver, presented by Shanna Bittner-Borell, LGSW
To learn about sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities for the 2016 Annual Dementia Conference, contact Junnell Daniels at email@example.com or 800.272.3900.