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November is Alzheimer’s Awareness and Education Month
Learn more about Alzheimer's on Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012 - starting at 6:30 pm - Transition Center - Ives Main Library in New Haven
Maria Tomasetti, director of the South Central Regional Alzheimer’s Association, CT Chapter will explain Alzheimer’s disease and help us understand what we can do for ourselves and our loved ones.
You may also see Ms. Tomasetti, Dr. Rajesh Tampi, Director of Behavioral Health at Masonicare, Dianne Davis, RN, MSW, Case Mgr at Adler Assessment Center, and Wendy DeLucca, Alzheimer’s caregiver, discuss Alzheimer’s and its effects on OneWorld’s “21st Century Conversations” Health Literacy program linked here: http://youtu.be/jdEi4HmMxzU 9:45 video clip. Learn the early signs of dementia and the various types there are. In the USA Alzheimer's is the most common form of dementia; however, there are many other forms. Learn what they are and how they might manifest. Can dementia be prevented?
Visit the Alzheimer's Association at: www.alz.org to learn much more.