Alzheimer’s Tennessee, Inc. – Support, Education and Research for Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias

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Webinars

Alzheimer's Tennessee offers free Webinars online and by phone. Our next Caring and Coping Webinar for family and professional caregivers is scheduled for Wednesday, May 19.

Click here or the image above to register for the free webinar. 4 CEUs are available. 

 

Previous educational events covered many topics of interest to those living with Alzheimer's disease and their caregivers. The recordings from recent webinars are featured below.

COVID and Adapting in the Moment

Originally Presented April 6, 2021 as part of a series supported in part by Vanderbilt University Medical Center Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program, HRSA Grant 1-U1Q-HP 033085-01-00 

Presenter Karen Stobbe has a passion for teaching innovative and successful caregiving strategies to help individuals with dementia live in the moment. She is co-developer of the “Hand in Hand” video that was produced by CMS and is distributed to every nursing facility in the country. Her Father and Mother are her inspirations for so desperately wanting to educate the world by bringing her unique perspective to the audience. Karen was working as an actress, director, writer and instructor of theatre when her Dad was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. Her life has taken on a new focus and new meaning in combining the knowledge of her two worlds into one life work. 

 

 

Being an Effective Caregiver Presented by a Panel with Personal Experience in Caregiving  

 

Originally Presented March 24, 2021, as part of a series supported in part by Vanderbilt University Medical Center Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program, HRSA Grant 1-U1Q-HP 033085-01-00 

Johnny Johnson has been his wife’s primary caregiver since she was diagnosed at the age of 57 with Early On-Set Alzheimer’s in 2018. Johnny’s wife has now entered into Hospice care and is doing well. He has experienced the full spectrum of caregiving over the past 4 years and has much to offer from the male perspective.

Sandy Hayes is one of the main caregivers for her sister-in law. Sandy assists her brother with his wife’s care. To help manage her care, they share a bit of a unique living arrangement: Sandy and her husband live on one side of their home, while Sandy’s brother and sister-in-law live on the other side.

Virginia Conger was a caregiver for her husband who served as the Mayor of Jackson for 22 years. Their grandson Scott is now the city's Mayor.

 

A Caregiver’s Toolbox: What You Need To Know

Originally presented March 17, 2021 as part of a series supported in part by Vanderbilt University Medical Center Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program, HRSA Grant 1-U1Q-HP 033085-01-00 

 Presented by Melinda Bilbrey

Melinda has 40 years of experience in long-term care, working with patients who have dementia and their families. She has been a support group leader for more than 30 years, accumulating a wealth of knowledge to share with families during their journeys with dementia.

 

 

 

Caregiving Health Risks & Maintaining Your Health

Originally presented March 10, 2021 as part of a series supported in part by Vanderbilt University Medical Center Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program, HRSA Grant 1-U1Q-HP 033085-01-00 

Presented by Dr. James Powers

Director, Middle Tennessee Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program

Vanderbilt University Professor of Medicine, Division of Geriatric Medicine

 

   

 

Help Is Available! Don’t Wait Too Late to Find Needed Resources 

Originally presented Feb. 25, 2021 as part of a series supported in part by Vanderbilt University Medical Center Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program, HRSA Grant 1-U1Q-HP 033085-01-00 

Presented by a Panel of Experts in Community Services: 

Elizabeth Moss, President & Founder of Caregivers by Whole Care

Sheila Uselton, Director of Business Development at Brookdale Senior Living

Kayse Martin, Director of Community Engagement, Council on Aging

 

The Forgotten Caregiver - Understand why caregivers fall through the support cracks and how to prevent it from happening to you

Originally presented Feb. 18, 2021 as part of a series supported in part by Vanderbilt University Medical Center Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program, HRSA Grant 1-U1Q-HP 033085-01-00 

Featured Speaker: Robyn Arab, BSW, CMC, Founder & Co-Host  www.Daughtersonfire.com 

View slides from presentation here: The Forgotten Caregiver_RobynArab.pdf

 

Memory Loss and Cognitive Decline: Is it Alzheimer’s Disease or a Related Dementia?

Originally presented Feb. 11, 2021 as part of a series supported in part by Vanderbilt University Medical Center Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program, HRSA Grant 1-U1Q-HP 033085-01-00 

Introduction:  Dr. James Powers, Director, Middle Tennessee Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program, Vanderbilt University Professor of Medicine, Division of Geriatric Medicine

Featured Speaker:  Dr. David Hutchings,  licensed speech-language pathologist with specialization in geriatric neuropathology & dementia.

View slides from presentation here: DrHutchings_Understanding Dementia 2021.pdf

 

De-Stress & Relax: 
A Physician Shares Mindfulness Strategies for Caregivers during the Holidays

Originally presented Friday, Dec. 11, 2020

Featured Speaker:
Dr. Rocio Huet 

View slides from presentation here: Mindfulness for Holidays with Dr Huet.pdf

(Please note video below has not been edited.)

 

Alzheimer's Awareness:
Physician's Overview of Alzheimer's and Related Dementias

Originally presented Thursday, Nov 19, 2020

Featured Speaker: 
Dr. Cynthia Pearman with UT Medical Center

View slides from presentation here: DrPearman_AlzCOVID.pdf

(Please note video below has not been edited.)

 

Caring & Coping Caregiver Workshop Webinar:
Caregiving during the Holidays and COVID-19

Originally presented Tuesday, Nov 10, 2020

Featured Speaker: Melanie Bunn, RN, MS, GNP  

View slides from presentation here:  Melanie Bunn_copingcaring covid holidays.pdf

 

Legal Presentation: Bailey Schiermeyer, JD 

View slides from presentation here: BaileySchiermeyer_presentation.pdf

 

 

A Conversation with a Pharmacist:

Originally presented, August 19, 2020

 

Pharmacy Webinar from Alzheimer's Tennessee on Vimeo.

 

Understanding VA Benefits

Originally presented July 21, 2020

 

 

 

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