Prevention & Early Detection of Dementia: Building Your Cognitive Reserve
RSVP Here As we welcome in the New Year, let’s embrace a new conversation about brain health, prevention
As we welcome in the New Year, let’s embrace a new conversation about brain health, prevention and the value of early detection. Don’t miss our complimentary webinar Prevention & Early Detection of Dementia: Building Your Cognitive Reserve with Brooks Kenny, Brain Health Advocate & Sherri Snelling, Gerontologist.
Join us to learn how early detection and diagnosis can make all the difference, and the importance of building your cognitive reserve now. Discover the essential information you need for your loved ones, and yourself, in the fight against Alzheimer’s and dementia.
We will explore today’s top questions:
- Who is most impacted by Alzheimer’s & dementia – and why?
- Is prevention of Alzheimer’s and dementia possible?
- What are the latest innovations around early detection, testing and diagnosis?
Our Promise at The Kensington is to love and care for your family as we do our own. And we do. We are here for you – skilled, prepared and ready to participate fully in your care journey. As specialists in all aspects of care both Assisted Living and Memory Care, we offer services and programs that are thoughtfully designed, clinically comprehensive and highly personalized. We improve the quality of life for our residents to the greatest extent possible. We’re standing by, eager to listen and ready to help.
For questions, please email Brooke Ballenger, Director of Community Partnerships, at email@example.com.
Brooks Kenny, Brain Health Advocate and Vice President at Altoida, is a nationally recognized subject matter expert in caregiving and women’s brain health with over two decades of experience in the field. Additionally, she directed the Women’s Leadership Council – a group of executive women that are spotlighting the disproportionate impact of Alzheimer’s disease on women.
Sherri Snelling, Gerontologist, Author and Founder/CEO of Caregiving Club, has been a long-time advocate for Alzheimer’s caregivers and the growing movement around brain health. Caregiving Club is a strategic consulting and content creation firm. Her work focuses on helping employers and other organizations educate and support the 5 generations and millions of family caregivers.
(Thursday) 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm EST