Association launching ask the expert series in N.C.

The Alzheimer’s Association in North Carolina is launching a new interactive series, Ask The Experts, that brings together healthcare providers and dementia caregivers. Each Ask The Experts conversation will take place on Facebook Live and allow opportunity for participants to ask questions during the live event. Each event will have a different topic, starting with:

Making the Most of Your Telehealth Visit

Friday, June 19, 2020 | 3:00-3:30 PM

As healthcare changes during this current COVID-19 pandemic and more and more healthcare providers are moving to telehealth, hear from a dementia care expert about what this means for your loved one with dementia and you as a dementia caregiver. We’ll explore questions like: What should you expect from a telehealth visit? and What should your provider expect from you?

Maureen C. Dale, MD
UNC School of Medicine
Assistant Professor, Division of Geriatric Medicine
Medical Director, Inpatient Geriatrics Service
Director for Education and Clinical Care, Geriatric Fellowship Program

Maureen Dale is a primary care geriatrician on faculty at UNC School of Medicine. She serves as a primary care doctor for older adults in the Triangle area, and helps them manage their chronic illnesses, including dementia. She is also the medical director of the inpatient geriatrics service at UNC Hospitals Hillsborough Campus, and will be starting a new role as Program Director of the Geriatric Medicine Fellowship at UNC in July. As the daughter of a primary care doctor in rural Virginia, she has a passion for taking care of patients in the clinic and in the hospital, and has worked on quality improvement projects to make transitions out of the hospital safer for patients, their primary care physicians, and their caregivers.

How to participate in this event

To join this event live, mark your calendar and go to either of the Association’s two North Carolina chapter Facebook pages at 3 PM on Friday, June 19:

No RSVP is required for this event.

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