Expert Roundtables on Alzheimer’s Caregiving

To encourage and empower caregivers of people with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia, new ideas and science updates will be presented in a series of roundtable discussions. Each program is 30 minutes long and will be streamed live. Pre-registered attendees will have access to Q&A and participate in polls. 


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And secure a spot in live Q&A and polling.

Alzheimer’s treatment—Beyond plaques and tangles

February 2, 2022  •  4 pm Eastern time, 1 pm Pacific time

Steven E. Arnold, MD, Harvard Medical School
Stephen M. Strittmatter, MD, PhD, Yale School of Medicine
Moderator: Lena Chow, Bob’s Last Marathon Foundation

Listen and learn as Dr. Arnold and Dr. Strittmatter share their views about the current state of development in Alzheimer’s therapeutics; updates on what we know about the contributions from inflammation, vascular injury, and fundamental cell biology processes such as metabolic stress, protein misfolding, and synaptic plasticity; progress in biomarkers and their role in drug discovery; and ongoing clinical trials that portend a future built on a deepening knowledge about the disease.

Alzheimer’s caregiving—Tools and techniques

March 2, 2022  •  4 pm Eastern time, 1 pm Pacific time

Stefanie Bonigut, MSW, LCSW
Felicia Greenfield, MSW, LCSW, Penn Memory Center
Moderator: Katie Brandt, MM, Massachusetts General Hospital

Registration starts Feburary 9, 2022


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Self-care—Enhancing the caregiver’s quality of life

Felicia Greenfield, MSW, LCSW, Penn Memory Center
Barry J. Jacobs, PsyD, Health Management Associates
Moderator: Katie Brandt, MM, Massachusetts General Hospital

Felicia Greenfield, Executive Director of Penn Memory Center, and Dr. Barry J. Jacobs, noted clinical psychologist, family therapist and author, talk about why the caregiver’s wellbeing should receive high priority. They review health outcome statistics related to caregiver self-care, identify barriers to self-care, and suggest strategies for overcoming them.