Dementia Care Education
January 4, 2018
6:30pm – 8:00pmCategory: All (General)
Dementia/Alzheimer's is on the rise. Be forearmed with information to deal with the disease. Each class meets in the Chapel, and includes a 30-minute talk followed with Q&A time.
- January 4: Nutrition & Alzheimer's Prevention
Researchers across the world are racing toward a cure for Alzheimer's disease. As prevalence rates climb, their focus has broadened from treatment to prevention strategies. What they've discovered is that it may be possible to prevent or delay the symptoms of Alzheimer's disease and other dementias through a combination of diet and nutrition. Join us and learn what the research says about how what you eat and what you do can reduce your risk for Alzheimer's.
By the end of this lecture participants will:
Understand the definition of Alzheimer's disease.
Understand what the research says in relation to the prevention of Alzheimer's disease.
Learn about the science regarding feeding and fueling the brain
Distinguish what vitamins assist with optimal brain health
Learn the components of a brain healthy diet
Complimentary dessert and free resources will be availabl
- February 1: After the Dementia Diagnosis: Strategies for Caregivers
- March 1: How to Live to 100
- April 5: Preventative Health Strategies for Seniors
Presented by Brian Browne, MS CSA
Brian Browne is the president of Dementia Care Education and has over 20 years of experience in Alzheimer's and dementia research, education and care. Brian is a frequent lecturer at meetings and conferences locally and nationally. He has expertise in dementia care education and training, Alzheimer's research, healthy aging and cultural competency. Mr. Browne serves as an advisor on Career and Technical Education for two local school districts as well as the leadership council of the Alzheimer’s Association and Arizona Alzheimer’s Consortium. Mr. Browne also has the pleasure of serving on the boards of the Fellowship
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