Join us for this three-part seminar with LIVE interactive discussions to learn how all Rhode Islanders can get involved in the fight to End Alzheimer’s.
Fact or Fiction: The Golden Age of Alzheimer’s Research
April 15, 2021 2:30-4:00PM
An interactive presentation focused on this moment in history where hope to
successfully treat and prevent Alzheimer’s disease is real. Learn more about how the current research environment, here in Rhode Island and throughout the world, is putting answers within our reach.
Presenter: Terry Fogerty, Community Outreach Coordinator
The Alzheimer’s Disease and Memory Disorders Center
View on demand here.
Infusions, Lifestyle Changes, Observations, and Eyes?
April 29, 2021 2:30-4:00PM
For the smallest state in the nation, Rhode Island has a lot to offer when it comes to clinical trials for Alzheimer’s disease. If you feel overwhelmed with the choices, join us for a discussion on how to consider your options, next steps and the importance of diverse participation as the field works towards a breakthrough treatment before 2025.
Presenter: Tara Tang, Outreach Manager
Butler's Memory and Aging
View on demand here.
A Practical Guide to Study Evaluations and the Vital Role They Play in Finding a Treatment for Alzheimer's Disease.
May 13, 2021 2:30-4:00PM
In this session we will take a closer look and demystify how we use the Mini Mental Status Exam, Clinical Dementia Rating Scale and The Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale to measure disease progression and treatment outcomes in Clinical Trials.
Presenter: Anne Cerullo, APRN, CNS, Sr. Clinical Research Coordinator
Rhode Island Mood & Memory Research Institute
Catherine Taylor, Executive Director, Age Friendly RI will be our moderator for each of these informative presentations.
To register: Call the Alzheimer’s Association at 800-272-3900 or click on the individual presentation(s) that you wish to attend. Registered participants should check their e-mail the day before the presentation for information on how to join by Zoom or phone.
Any questions contact Annie Murphy at the RI Chapter Alzheimer’s Association at email@example.com