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Online Webinar Series:

Part 1: Tuesday, November 16, 10AM Central / 11AM Eastern

Part 2: Tuesday, November 30, 10AM Central / 11AM Eastern

Part 3: Tuesday, December 14, 10AM Central / 11AM Eastern

Sign up at alzTennessee.org/ResearchWebinar

CEUs Available!




While there is no cure for Alzheimer's disease, some of America's top scientists are searching for new treatments every day.

Alzheimer's Tennessee is offering a 3 part Webinar Series highlighting research into drugs meant to stop Alzheimer's, therapies to manage symptoms and the possible impact of COVID-19 on brain health.

Join us to hear from nationally known presenters at the 2021 Alzheimer's Tennessee Research and Management Symposium recorded in August. 


Series Topics & Presenters

  • November 16: Alzheimer’s Disease Research Update: Gregory A. Jicha, MD, Professor in the Department of Neurology and Sanders-Brown Center on Aging, at the University of Kentucky
  • November 30: Approaches to Problematic Behaviors in Alzheimer’s Disease: To Treat or Not to Treat: Angela Massey Hill, PharmD, CPh, Professor and Associate Dean of Clinical Practice , USF Health Taneja College of Pharmacy
  • December 14: The Implications of COVID Infection on the Brain and its Functions: Angela Massey Hill, PharmD, CPh 


1 CEU Credit for General Administrators and 1 CEU Credit for Social Workers available for each day.



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Contact: Linda Johnson | Linda.Johnson@TNalz.org | 865.544.6288

Program Director, Alzheimer’s Tennessee.












Families often see changes in aging loved ones during holiday visits. To help you navigate questions that may arise during the holidays, AgeWell Middle Tennessee, a local non-profit, is offering complimentary 30-minute phone consultations through the Eldercare Coach program now through the end of February. These confidential calls with a geriatric care professional provide individualized guidance on care and support options. Caregivers can learn more and sign up for a consultation at www.eldercarecoach.org or by calling AgeWell’s Helpline at (615) 353-4235.


AgeWell invites you to participate in a lunchtime webinar on December 10, 2021 to learn when to be concerned about memory loss and other cognitive changes in an older loved one. Learn how to recognize when your loved one may need an evaluation for Alzheimer’s or a related dementia, what’s involved in the screening process and what community resources and services are available. Webinar panelists include Dr. James Powers, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, and Cheryl Blanchard, Alzheimer’s Tennessee. To register for this informative webinar visit: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_pMo7v--fTEK8arn1hJw1ag


Employers interested in supporting employee caregivers and creating caregiver-friendly workplaces are invited to contact Nola Hastings at nhastings@agewelltn.org to learn how the Eldercare Coach program can help.