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“Alzheimer’s Disease: Approaches to Care,” A Conference for Family Caregivers

Alzheimer’s New Jersey, in conjunction with the Union County Division on Aging/ADRC, Essex County Division of Senior Services/ADRC and Union County College, will present an educational program for family caregivers on Saturday, November 4, 2017 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Union County College in Cranford.

The Conference will feature two presentations:

  • “Diagnosis, Management and Care of Alzheimer’s Disease” presented by Anjali Patel, DO, Memory and Cognitive Neurologist at Atlantic Neuroscience Institute of Overlook Medical Center; and
  • “Estate and Elder Law Planning:  What To Do and What Not To Do” presented by Brenda McElnea, Esq., Certified Elder Law Attorney.

There is no fee for attending this program; however, registration is required. To register, call Alzheimer’s New Jersey at 888.280.6055, or register online at www.alznj.org.

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About Alzheimer's New Jersey

Alzheimer’s New Jersey, founded in 1985, is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing programs and services to New Jersey families that are impacted by Alzheimer’s disease and dementia and helping to advance research for a cure. Formerly known as Alzheimer’s Association Greater New Jersey Chapter, our new name – Alzheimer’s New Jersey - reflects our commitment to individuals and families in our local communities. Over 500,000 New Jerseyans are struggling to cope with the daily challenges of Alzheimer's disease and dementia.

Alzheimer’s New Jersey offers Education and Training programs, Family Support Groups, the Respite Care and Wellness Program, a toll-free telephone Helpline, Always Safe, Care Consultations and the Clinical Trial Connections program. With our new name, our dedication to local programs and services is stronger than ever.

For more information about Alzheimer’s disease or Alzheimer’s New Jersey, call 888.280.6055 or visit www.alznj.org.               

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