Dementia & Caregiving Series for Triangle Area

Caregivers for Alzheimer’s and dementia face special challenges. As a caregiver, you likely have many responsibilities. It is important to take care of your own well-being and to connect with others that understand.

In partnership with North Carolina Central University, the Alzheimer’s Association in North Carolina has launched a four-part series for the Triangle Area of North Carolina that will cover the topic of dementia and caregiving, including resources for caregivers, tips for family members and loved ones for holidays and special occasions, risk reduction information and how your faith community could be a vital part of your dementia journey.

Join us for any of these virtual programs:

Each webinar will offer expert speakers, guest panelists, and time for discussion. Webinars are open to the general public and individuals and families affected by dementia. Registration is required and a recording of each program will be made available to all registrants.


Dementia & Caregiving in the Triangle
September 26 | 5:30-7:00 PM

Keynote Address: Carl V. Hill, Ph.D., MPH, Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer, Alzheimer’s Association

Learn about Alzheimer’s, dementia and memory loss in this brief community-focused listening session. We’ll review the basics of these conditions, services of the Alzheimer’s Association and how we can expand the reach of local programs and services. Bring a friend and share your thoughts about how the Alzheimer’s Association can help more people in your community.

Will include additional contributing speakers from Durham Center for Senior Life & Triangle J Area Agency on Aging.

All registrants will receive the Zoom Webinar Link prior to the programs they register for, as well as, a link to the recording following the program.


  • Phone: 800.272.3900

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