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Past Presentation
Drugs and Dementia: Caregivers | January 27, 2022

Type: Past Presentation  

Program: Dementia ECHO Program  

Keywords: #caregivers  #dementia  #treatment  

In this presentation focused for caregivers, Eric Metterhausen, PharmD, BCPS, CPP, CPH, presents on what medications may help memory in patients with Alzheimer’s and the efficacy, safety, and limitations of current treatments.

Date added: 01/27/22

Past Presentation
Drugs and Dementia | January 13, 2022

Type: Past Presentation  

Audience: Clinical  

Program: Dementia ECHO Program  

Keywords: #dementia  #medication  #treatment  

In this presentation, Eric Metterhausen, PharmD, BCPS, CPP, CPH, presents on what medications may help memory in patients with Alzheimer's and the efficacy, safety, and limitations of current treatments.

Date added: 01/13/22

Past Presentation
Aging Advocacy and Lived Experience of a Dementia Diagnosis | December 23, 2021

Type: Past Presentation  

Audience: Community  

Program: Dementia ECHO Program  

Keywords: #aging advocacy  #dementia  #dementia diagnosis  #lived experience  #Progressive Supranuclear Palsy  

In this presentation, nationally-recognized Native advocate, Dave Baldridge, shares his lived experience of a dementia diagnosis and his wisdom on aging advocacy. He discusses the initial diagnosis, the personal implications, the changes needed to made, and the strategy to cope.

Date added: 12/23/21

Past Presentation
Aging Advocacy and Lived Experience of a Dementia Diagnosis | December 9, 2021

Type: Past Presentation  

Audience: Clinical  

Program: Dementia ECHO Program  

Keywords: #aging advocacy  #dementia diagnosis  #lived experience  

In this presentation, nationally-recognized Native advocate, Dave Baldridge, shares his lived experience of a dementia diagnosis and his wisdom on aging advocacy. He discusses the initial diagnosis, the personal implications, the changes needed to made, and the strategy to cope.

Date added: 12/9/21

Past Presentation
Detection of Impaired Cognition Which has Impact on Function (Dementia): Earlier is Better! | October 28, 2021

Type: Past Presentation  

Audience: Clinical  Community  

Program: Dementia ECHO Program  

Keywords: #alzheimer's  #cognition  #dementia  #detection  #function  #impaired  

Early detection of impaired cognition can slow progression and improve function in Alzheimer’s disease and other kinds of progressive dementia, help persons living with dementia and their family to prepare and adapt, and can help find and treat conditions that ...

Date added: 10/28/21

Past Presentation
Timing and Cognitive Screening – Big Picture | October 14, 2021

Type: Past Presentation  

Audience: Clinical  

Program: Dementia ECHO Program  

Keywords: #cognitive screening  

Dementia, of all kinds, occurs in all communities and is a chronic disease. With the proper tools and education, it can be diagnosed and managed, for the most part, in primary care. In this presentation, Dr. Blythe Winchester discusses risk ...

Date added: 10/20/21

Past Presentation
Why is Dementia Diagnosis Important? (Caregivers) | September 23, 2021

Type: Past Presentation  

Audience: Clinical  

Program: Dementia ECHO Program  

Keywords: #caregiver support  #dementia diagnosis  

In this presentation, Dr. Blythe Winchester provides a clinical perspective on the disease state of dementia and why providing patients with a diagnosis is important.

Date added: 09/28/21

Past Presentation
Why is Dementia Diagnosis Important? | September 9, 2021

Type: Past Presentation  

Audience: Clinical  

Program: Dementia ECHO Program  

Keywords: #dementia diagnosis  

In this presentation, Dr. Blythe Winchester provides a clinical perspective on the disease state of dementia and why providing patients with a diagnosis is important.

Date added: 09/16/21