The Alzheimer’s Association in North Carolina, in partnership with The North Carolina Rural Health Leadership Alliance (NCRHLA), will be hosting a virtual Alzheimer’s Community Forum, Challenges and Opportunities: Alzheimer’s & Dementia in Rural NC, in April to hear from local area residents of rural communities statewide.
The forum is a gathering for people who have been affected by Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions about the disease, discuss their experiences and needs, learn about resources and discover how to engage in the cause. Bring a friend and share your thoughts about how the Association can help more people in rural communities across North Carolina.
Tuesday, April 27, 2021
10:00 – 11:00 AM
Attendees may participate via video or phone. There is no cost to attend, but registration is required, so webinar link & phone number can be provided.
- By Phone: 800-272-3900
NCRHLA exists to connect all organizations interested in strengthening rural health in North Carolina. NCRHLA is founded on the idea that collaboration is needed, and a forward-looking approach is required to improve rural health. Many of North Carolina’s public health organizations are widely spread and siloed, not assembled under one coordinating entity. NCRHLA serves as this important hub, a single organizer whose role it is to convene, foster, share, advocate and offer a unified voice that promotes better rural health for our state.