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Event Details for Tuesday, October 30, 2012


Brain Health- Reducing your risk of Alzheimer's disease - A bilingual presentation (Spanish & English)

Area: Greater Houston
Audience: Community, Caregiver
Location: 4410 Navigation
Houston, TX 77011
Date: 10/30/2012
Time: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

This presentation offers attendees tips on how to reduce their risk of Alzheimer?????s disease. Based on scientific evidence, this program focuses on the importance of nutritional health, physical activity, mental activity, and social wellness. The program will also address current trends in Alzheimer?????s disease risk reduction and answer frequently asked questions about alternative treatment methods and medications.

Esta presentaci??n ofrecer??? sugerencias en como uno puede reducir el riesgo de padecer de Alzheimer. Basado en evidencia cient???fica, este programa se enfocara en la importancia de mantener una dieta saludable, actividad f???sica, y mantenerse mentalmente y socialmente activos. Este programa tambi??n hablara sobre tendencias actuales en como reducir el riesgo de padecer de Alzheimer y contestara preguntas frecuentes sobre m??todos alternos de tratamiento y medicamentos.

RSVP : Ann Marie McDonald
713 314 1313 or amcdonald1@alz.org
Contact Name: Ann Marie McDonald
Email: amcdonald1@alz.org
Phone Number: 713-314-1313


Alzheimer's Disease vs. Dementia

Area: Greater Houston
Audience: Community, Caregiver
Location: Thomas A. Glazier Senior Education Center
16600 Pine Forest Rd, Houston, TX 77084
Date: 10/30/2012
Time: Time TBA

Many people use Alzheimer?????s disease and dementia interchangeably without a clear distinction between what each word means. This presentation will go over the important difference between the two terms. It will explore the various types of dementia and the science behind Alzheimer?????s. Participants will come away with a better understanding of the symptoms of Alzheimer?????s disease, the progression of the disease, and the available treatments and medications.

Please RSVP to Annie Trinh at 713.314.1355 or atrinh@alz.org


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