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Our free education programs for New York City cover topics related to brain health, Alzheimer's and other dementia, and caregiving. They are offered in multiple languages and all are currently virtual, so you can participate via phone or online.  

To register and receive instructions for how to join a session, call 800.272.3900 or click the links below.

Spring 2022 Programs

10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer's
Alzheimer’s and other dementias cause changes in memory, thinking and behavior that interfere with daily life. Join us to learn about 10 common warning signs and what to watch for in yourself and others.  Effective Communication Strategies
In this program, you'll learn about communication changes that can happen when a person has Alzheimer's and how to navigate them and connect during each stage of the disease.

Healthy Living for Your Brain and Body
Join us to learn about research in the areas of diet and nutrition, exercise, cognitive activity and social engagement, and how to incorporate these tips into a plan for healthy aging. This program includes a special research presentation.

Legal and Financial Issues
Learn about important legal and financial issues to consider with dementia, how to put plans in place, and how to access legal and financial resources near you. Living with Alzheimer's: Early Stage
Learn how to make adjustments as you face a diagnosis of Alzheimer's. Living with Alzheimer's: Middle Stage
During this stage, caregiving becomes more hands-on. In this session, we provide guidance to provide safe, effective, and comfortable care. Living with Alzheimer's: Late Stage
The stage typically involves new ways of interacting and connecting. Join us to hear caregivers and professionals discuss monitoring, care and connection strategies.  Understanding Alzheimer's and Dementia 
Join us to learn the difference between Alzheimer's and dementia, stages and risk factors of Alzheimer's, current treatments, and available resources.  Understanding and Responding to Dementia-Related Behavior
In this program, you'll explore a four-step model to address behavioral aspects of dementia and learn how to apply it to some common behaviors.