Fundamental Skills Course – Part 3

The MGH Dementia Care Collaborative is offering a 3-part fundamental skills course for caregivers of people with dementia. The sessions will be held virtually via Zoom on: November 20th at 10am EST December 4th at 10am EST December 11th at 10am EST Registration is required. See details on the flyer.

Join Our Memory Sunday Town Hall!

Virtual

In June, African American/Black faith communities across New England will host Memory Sunday. This impactful event is held annually to expand dementia awareness. Join the #MemorySunday2021 conversation! Attend our virtual town hall on Tuesday, March 2nd at 2pm EST to hear from those involved and learn how you can participate! To register: https://MemorySunday2021.Eventbrite.com To learn […]

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Let’s Talk Research Participation!

Virtual

If you have a family history of Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia and are concerned about your memory, you won’t want to miss our “Let’s Talk Research Participation” information session! Join one of our 3 virtual sessions to hear from two people currently enrolled in research studies who will share their experience. You’ll also […]

Free

Let’s Talk Research Participation!

Virtual

If you have a family history of Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia and are concerned about your memory, you won’t want to miss our “Let’s Talk Research Participation” information session! Join one of our 3 virtual sessions to hear from two people currently enrolled in research studies who will share their experience. You’ll also […]

Free

Memory Sunday 2021

Virtual

Memory Sunday is a faith-based event held annually on the second Sunday in June. The purpose of Memory Sunday is to raise awareness about memory loss, Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia, in the African American/Black community. As part of Memory Sunday, faith communities incorporate education about the prevalence of Alzheimer’s disease in the African American/Black population […]

Let’s Talk Research Participation!

Virtual

If you have a family history of Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia and are concerned about your memory, you won’t want to miss our “Let’s Talk Research Participation” information session! Join one of our 3 virtual sessions to hear from two people currently enrolled in research studies who will share their experience. You’ll also […]

Free

Brain Info Live

Virtual

Join MADRC’s own Mike Kincade and Martha Muniz for Brain Info Live on September 9th at 1:30PM ET! Brain Info Live is a FREE streaming series that provides entertaining & understandable info about brain health, Alzheimer's disease & research in the Boston area. You’ll get exercise tips with fitness guru John Lewis, learn the difference […]

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MADRC Research Roundup – Focus: Clinical Trials

Virtual

Don’t miss Research Roundup on Wednesday, September 29th from 12-1:30pm EST! MADRC staff Dorene Rentz, PsyD, Gad Marshall, MD, and Steve Arnold, MD, will discuss the latest happenings in research at the Alzheimer’s Clinical & Translational Research Unit (ACTRU) and the Center of Alzheimer Research and Treatment (CART). You’ll also get an inside look at what it’s like […]

Brain Info Live

Brain Info Live is a FREE streaming series that provides entertaining & understandable info about brain health, Alzheimer's, & research to your community.  The next episode is September 30th at 1:30pm EST and will feature MADRC's Communication Coordinator, Mike Kincade, interviewing Caregiver, Bernice Osborne. To access the streaming link: https://bit.ly/BILSept   

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MADRC Research Roundup – Focus: Observational Studies

Virtual

Join us for Research Roundup on Wednesday, 10/27 from 12 - 1:30pm EST! Hear from experts about observational research studies & how they improve understanding of Alzheimer's disease & related dementias. Information from these studies helps enhance evaluation, diagnosis and treatments. You'll also meet current research study participants who will share their experiences and answer […]

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Road Map to Behavioral Management

Virtual

Alzheimer’s disease brings about many complicated behaviors and symptoms.  It’s important for family/friends/caregivers of those with the disease to be aware of, and prepared for, these. Join the Massachusetts Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center (MADRC) for Road Map to Behavioral Management on Wednesday, November 17th at 7pm. Presenter, Juan Carlos Urizar, MD, - Brigham and Women’s […]

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