Alzheimer’s Association June Events

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More than 6 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease, and more than 11 million friends and family members provide care for them.

June 1st kicks off Alzheimer’s Awareness month. The Alzheimer’s Association is committed to connecting those they serve with others who understand their journey. That’s why they offer free, virtual education programs led by volunteers and experts who have navigated a dementia diagnosis before. They invite you to attend one of the June programs or share this information with someone in your life who could benefit. Join from the comfort of your own home via video conferencing or through a toll-free phone number. These events are free to attend, but registration is required in order to receive the link and phone number to join.

June 8: Know the 10 Warning Signs
Led by Dana Territo, Alzheimer’s Association Community Educator
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June 15: Dementia Conversations: Driving, Doctor’s Visits, Legal & Financial Planning
Led by Elizabeth Holman, Alzheimer’s Association Community Educator
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June 15: Virtual Community Forum – Acadiana, Louisiana
Led by Courtney Elkins, Alzheimer’s Association Community Educator
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June 16: Caregiving in the Early Stage – Part I
Led by Dr. Dianne Pierson, M Ed, Alzheimer’s Association Community Educator
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June 17: Healthy Living for Your Brain & Body – Tips from the Latest Research
Led by Heather Davis, Alzheimer’s Association Community Educator
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June 21: That’s a Wrap – Policy Updates from the Louisiana Legislative Session
Led by MaryBeth Wilkerson, Alzheimer’s Association Staff
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June 22: Effective Communication Strategies
Led by Karin Bailey, Alzheimer’s Association Community Educator
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June 23: Virtual Community Forum – Chattanooga, Tennessee
Led by Amy French, Alzheimer’s Association Staff
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June 23: The Annual Wellness Visit & Understanding Alzheimer’s & Dementia – CEU’s offered!
Led by Tim Irizarry, P.A.
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June 24: Music Therapy Session: Early-Stage Social Engagement Program
Led by Lexi Langella, Board Certified Music Therapist
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June 25: Making Memories at the Frist – Early Stage Social Engagement
Led by Meagan Rust, Frist Art Museum Educator
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June 25: Research Power Hour
Led by Dr. Elizabeth Disbrow, PhD
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June 29: Virtual Community Forum – Nashville, Tennessee
Led by Kelsey Williams, Alzheimer’s Association Staff
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