Places of worship are great sources of strength for families. Faith leaders are among the first many turn to for help. Alzheimer’s Tennessee, in copperation with the Golden Cross Foundation, presents this video series to better prepare Tennesee clergy to support those in their congregations facing Alzheimer’s disease.
In this video, Dr. Daniel C. Potts presents a medical overview of Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia with a focus on issues of faith.
This video offers a unique perspective on Alzheimer's and the importance of faith for someone living with the disease. Brenda was diagnosed at the age of 49 and has been living with Alzheimer's for more than six years.
Dr. Daniel C. Potts is not only a neurologost. He is also a person of faith who cared for his father who had Alzheimer's disease. In this video, Dr. Potts shares some keys to living well with dementia.
In this panel discussion led by Alzheimer's Tennessee President & CEO, Janice Wade-Whitehead, family caregivers share how Faith Leaders can help those living with Alzheimer's disease.
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