|Alzheimer's Caregiver Education Lecture Series|
Alzheimer's Caregiver Education and Support (ACES) Lecture Series
Alzheimer's Caregiver Education
The programs will be held monthly, the third Wednesday of each month. The series of 7 lectures will be repeated twice during the year (i.e. the series runs for 6 months and then repeats). The structure is a 30 minute talk followed by about 30 minutes of Q & A.
Advanced Directives: Planning Ahead
Join Neil Wenger, M.D., Director, of UCLA Healthcare Ethics Center, for a free, live-streaming webinar as he discusses the importance of having an advance directive, choosing a surrogate decision-maker and communicating your preferences now for future medical care.
Join Linda Ercoli, PhD, Director of Geriatric Psychology, for a free, live-streaming webinar to discuss caregiver stress and the variety of resources and interventions to help caregivers and family members better cope.
Webinars on Demand
What is Dementia Webinar
Join David B. Reuben, M.D., Chief of Geriatric Medicine, for a free, live-streaming webinar to explain the different types of Dementia, how to make the diagnoses and how dementia is managed. Video available soon.
Alzheimer's Caregiver Education Series (ACES) Video
What is Dementia? Presented by Dr. David B. Reuben
Searching for Cecy: Reflections on Alzheimer's Presented by Judy Prescott