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Alzheimer's Disease Diversity & Disparities in Family Caregiving Conference

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UC Davis Conference Center

550 Alumni Lane

Davis, CA 95616

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Conference Highlights

  • Scientific presentations by leading researchers from across the country on caregiving interventions for diverse populations

  • Expert participants from the National Institute on Aging (NIA) Resource Centers for Minority Aging Research (RCMAR) and Alzheimer’s Disease Center (ADC) programs

  • Poster session featuring work on theory, research, practice, and training/education issues in Alzheimer’s disease caregiving as it relates to diversity and disparities

  • Networking opportunities for funding agencies, associations, scholars and attendees

Conference Attendees will Learn

  • The current caregiving climate for Alzheimer’s Disease caregivers and how to foster resilience
  • Cutting edge research, evidence-based interventions and novel cultural adaptations for diverse caregivers and their families
  • Future directions in the field of disparities and caregiving

Registration

  • Registration is free and includes continental breakfast and a catered lunch

  • Deadline: Sunday, April 30th (or until event capacity has been reached)

  • Please REGISTER HERE (RSVPing on Eventbrite does not register you for the conference)


Note: The conference has been designated as a Pre-Summit activity to inform the National Summit on Alzheimer’s Research, Care, and Services to be held in Washington, DC in October 2017.



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For detailed information on the conference program, registration, poster submissions, parking, transportation, and lodging, please visit the CONFERENCE WEBSITE.


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