Hear from an expert in Alzheimer’s Disease and resources

The Library is hosting an informal talk with Q&A for those seeking to learn more about signs, resources, and the latest research

Above: The public is invited to attend a special program next week. (images cropped from Library flyer)

The Southborough Public Library is partnering with the Center for Alzheimer Research and Treatment in Boston to hold a special talk a week from tomorrow.

The event, “A World Without Alzheimer’s Disease”, is decidedly based in a world where the disease still exists. The Library’s website promotes:

A World Without Alheimer's flyerJoin us for an in-person informal session led by expert Lenore Jackson-Pope to discuss “A World Without Alzheimer’s Disease.” A respected source for families of people living with dementias, Jackson-Pope will address fundamental questions around memory

The flyer promotes that topics will include:

  • aging and Alzheimer’s
  • how to recognize normal age-related memory changes
  • what changes are cause for concern.
  • recent advances in Alzheimer’s research
  • useful information for caregivers

As with all Library programs, the event is free. But the promotion encourages the public to register to attend by emailing rdonovan@cwmars.org.

The talk will be held at the Library on Thursday, September 29th at 7:00 pm on the main floor.

If you can’t make it, you will still be able to watch it later from home. The program will be filmed by Southborough Access Media for delayed broadcast on their public channel and YouTube.

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