Alzheimer's Disease, Dementia, & Women
Alzheimer's Disease, Dementia, & Women: Why Us?
- Starts Mar 22Starts Mar 22
- Room: San Diego
Nearly 2/3 of those affected by Alzheimer's disease are women. YES, women outlive men, but the reasons for this disproportionate impact are biological, societal, and cultural. Join us as we discuss the research surrounding Alzheimer's and women, along with ways to optimize your brain health, minimize risks, and age gracefully into your golden years. Biography: Susan Howland Bio: Susan Howland, MSG, is a gerontologist and the Senior Director of Programs of the Alzheimer's Association- California Southland Chapter. In addition to this role, Susan is a Central and Southern California Research Champion. Susan has worked in the aging community for over 25 years and holds a masters degree in Gerontology from the University of Southern California. Tia Delaney-Stewart Bio: Tia Delaney-Stewart holds a master’s degree in nursing and is a certified clinical case manager. With over 30 years of healthcare leadership experience, Tia understands the dedication, drive, and intentionality required to deliver quality and competent clinical care to patients and their families. As Director of DEI for the Alzheimer’s Association, her goals are to cultivate relationships with diverse communities to ensure neutrally fair access to opportunities, resources, and fiscal support.
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