Have you ever experienced memory problems? Do any of your family/friends suffer from Alzheimer’s disease or related dementia, or are overwhelmed by the caregiving tasks? Welcome to a free English/Cantonese bilingual health seminar. It will help you better understand Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia, equip you with practical tips in caring for one affected by it, plus more information on community resources that you might need in reaching out for help.
Join us for an exciting morning of mingling with the UCSF Memory and Aging faculty. This is an opportunity to talk to us about dementia prevention, treatment, genetics, resources and learn about our clinical trials. Topics will include an Introduction to Memory and Aging Center programs and services, Overview of Dementia , Research & Clinical Trial Updates, Genetics and our Care Ecosystem Project, followed by Q+A.
There will be translation in both Cantonese and Mandarin.
It takes 6 minutes or less to make a call urging support for restoration of funds for the Caregiver Resource Centers ─ could you make these critical calls?A key hearing is scheduled for Monday, May 11th at 1:30 pm., and all members of Subcommittee 1 need to hear from you about the importance of funding restoration so all caregiving families can access services and support.