ONLINE: Brain Health and Alzheimer's Prevention (Zoom)


Is Dementia and Alzheimer’s the same? Is memory loss irreversible? What is normal aging? Is Alzheimer’s preventable? Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive and irreversible brain disorder. However, healthy lifestyle choices can reduce your risks of receiving a diagnostic of Alzheimer’s. In this webinar, we will explore warning signs of dementia, healthy aging habits and more.

Registration requested for this free online event.

Alicia Gomez and Sandra Menard are the National Coordinators for the Memory Screening Program at the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America.

Alicia Gomez has years of experience in aging research and behavioral health. She also has a Master’s in Public Health from Montclair State University. Her top healthy habits: running marathon avidly and speaking Spanish fluently. Sandra Menard worked in management and research for several years. She has a Master’s in Public Administration and a Master’s in Community Health. Her top healthy habits : hiking and playing board games enthusiastically.


Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (AFA) was founded in 2002 by a caregiver whose mother lived with Alzheimer’s disease (1980-1992). At that time, there was little information available and nowhere to turn for support. His goal was to make sure that no other family living with Alzheimer’s disease would have to go through the journey alone. AFA provides support, services and education to individuals, families and caregivers affected by Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias nationwide, and fund research for better treatment and a cure. AFA operates a National Toll-Free Helpline (866-232-84848), staffed entirely by licenses social workers. AFA provides training and continuing education to professional caregivers and dementia-care settings. AFA’s National Memory Screening Program provides free and confidential memory screenings at sites across the county. Test your memory :

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