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ElderCare Online, the Taub Institute for Research on Alzheimer's Disease and the Aging Brain, and the Alzheimer Research Forum present a series of educational chat sessions. Our goal is to provide family caregivers with access to leading professionals in the field of Alzheimer's research and care. We believe that better-informed caregivers will be able to improve quality of life for themselves and their aging loved ones.

Access the chatroom at http://www.ec-online.net/chat.htm.

---Current Session-----
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---Chat Transcripts-----
    - "Predicting Alzheimer's Disease and Memory Loss" with Dr. Mary Sano
    - "The Stages of Alzheimer's Disease: What's Next, What to Expect" with Dr. Karen Bell
    - "Less Common Dementias: Understading the Differences to Improve Care" with Dr. Lawrence Honig
    - "Diagnosing Dementia: Tests, Procedures, and Issues" with Dr. Scott Small
    - "Parkinson's Disease Q&A" with Dr. Lucien Côté
    - "Transitioning Into the Caregiver Role" with Dr. Edward Zamrini
    - "Practical Dementia Care" with Dr. Constantine Lyketsos NEW
    - "Genetics and Alzheimer's Disease" with Jennifer Williamson

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---Taub Institute---

    - Dr. Mary Sano
    - Dr. Karen Bell
    - Dr. Lawrence Honig
    - Additional Faculty and Staff
    - Taub Institute

---Alzheimer Research Forum---
Alzheimer Research Forum

    - Alzheimer Research Forum

---Chat Tips and Rules---

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---Related Links---

    - University of Alabama at Birmingham Department of Neurology
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