Online learning can be the answer for those who find it difficult to leave work or to get out of the house to physically attend classes.
Recognizing the special needs of those seeking to learn more about Alzheimer’s and dementia, The Central New Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association, has launched The Manning Center at alz.org/cny, which serves as a starting point in their search. The Manning Center, which provides facts about the disease and its treatment as well as information about local services and online support groups, will also host live web-based education programs compatible with Macintosh and Windows-based PCs.
Two programs — “Know the 10 Signs: Early Detection Matters,” and “The Basics of Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia” will be available on a recurring monthly basis. A full list of webinar dates and times can be found at the Chapter’s website: alz.org/cny.
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