Alzheimer’s Services of the Capital Area will host the 24th annual Education Conference on Alzheimer’s Disease on March 29 at the Belle of Baton Rouge.
health care professionals and family caregivers are invited to the conference which will focus on “Finding the Inspiration to Thrive.”
Presentation topics will include understanding symptoms and behaviors in dementia, sexuality and intimacy; learning the art of being an advocate and partner; and helping when someone has young onset dementia.
Guest presenter Teepa Snow, an advocate and educator for those living with dementia, will share insights from her experience and research.
Preregistration is available online with a cost of $125 for health care professionals and $40 for family caregivers. Continuing Education Credit is offered for health care professionals. Onsite and late registration will be an additional $25.
For more information, visit alzbr.org/annual-education-conference.