October 18, 2022 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am

Care partners can often face frustration when caring for loved ones with cognitive changes who experience distress which can present as changes in behavior expressions. Join our conversation to explore why this distress occurs, how we can reduce the recurrences of challenging situations, and how to increase positive experiences.

Presented by: Dr. Miriam Galindo

This class will be held via Zoom. Participants may join with video or audio only (call in). If you would like assistance with Zoom or other technology, please call our Helpline: 844-373-4400 or email learn@alzoc.org.

This class is sponsored by
PicnicHealth provides their simple-to-use digital tool for organizing and managing you or your loved one’s medical records as a benefit for joining Alzheimer’s research related to finding better and more effective treatments and ways to detect and diagnose Alzheimer’s earlier. By examining “real-world data” through the secure collection and analysis of the anonymized medical records of thousands of real people living with Alzheimer’s, researchers can find key answers that can’t be found in clinical trials. We can change the future of Alzheimer’s together!

Together we can change the future of Alzheimer’s research. Total participation takes 5 minutes + you get a free PicnicHealth account.

Learn more and sign up at https://picnichealth.link/alzoc