Know the 10 Signs: Early Detection Matters

Alzheimer’s Association Education Program
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Alzheimer’s Disease Education

Classes for Families, Community Members, and People Facing Alzheimer’s Disease

Third Wednesday of each month Feb-April 2018

March 21st 2-3 pm

Know the 10 Signs: Early Detection Matters

The workshop addresses the ten warning signs of Alzheimer’s disease. Learn what is involved in getting  a diagnosis, risks associated with  Alzheimer’s disease, and the benefits of early detection. The basics: memory loss, dementia and Alzheimer's disease.

April 18th 2-3 pm

Research Updates: Latest in Alzheimer's Treatment and Research

In recent years we have entered a period of tremendous advances in Alzheimer's research, encompassing genetic risk factors for Alzheimer's, imaging studies to identify Alzheimer's in the living brain, blood tests and other biomarkers that may one day be used to diagnose Alzheimer's, how our lifestyle influences our risk of Alzheimer's as we age, and more.

For more information, please contact

Stefanie Bonigut, MSW, ASW: Family Care Specialist, Alzheimer’s Association San Francisco at (415) 463-8506 or email to:

norcal-education@alz.org

or the  Golden Gate Valley branch at (415) 355-566 or ggvmgr@sfpl.org.


This is a Wise Up! program for learning and living well at any age.

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