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New Trends in Dementia Diagnosis and Care
This three part webinar series will address some of the new developments in treatment and care of dementias, focusing on emerging areas of research and practice.

Session One will provide background on health and health care disparities for cognitive impairment and dementia and explore lifestyle interventions (i.e., risk reduction, exercise, diet, cognitive stimulation) that have impact on cognition and neurological disease processes, from prodromal phases to early dementia.

Session Two will evaluate how cognitive concerns can be managed in the primary care setting, and explore tools to help express and document their values and preferences as families navigate difficult decisions related to goals of care discussions during a dementia illness.

Session Three will explore some of the new diagnostic and treatment options for dementia and evaluate recent developments around anti-amyloid antibody treatment of Alzheimer’s disease and other strategies promoted to enhance brain health. Participants will learn about the current research about how dementias disrupt brain function, the role of biomarkers, and the current efficacy of diagnostic and treatment options.


CME will be offered.
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