Alzheimer’s Community Care to Host 25th Annual Education Conference

March 5, 2024 Press

Alzheimer’s Community Care will host its 25th Annual Education Conference on Wednesday, May 22nd at the Marriott Palm Beach Gardens from 8-4 p.m. The conference theme is “The Intersection of Health and Hope.”  

Speakers will provide information, tools, and strategies to address the needs of patients with neurocognitive disorders, and their family and professional caregivers.  

A distinguished lineup of experts will speak to this year’s attendees. Speakers include:  

  • Bazzel Baz, conference Keynote Speaker, is a caregiver who works as an actor (best known for his role in NBC’s The Blacklist), writer, founder of Association for the Recovery of Children, Former US Marine Corps Captain Counter-Terrorism Expert, and Former Special Operations Officer Intelligence Paramilitary Case Officer.  
  • Bree Gordon, MT-BC, a music therapist, Director of Creative Arts Therapies, Internship Director, and Managing Partner.  
  • Tino Negri, CAEd, Owner of ComForCare Senior Services, and Certified Alzheimer’s Educator. 
  • James Galvin, M.D., M.P.H, world-renowned Neurologist, Professor, Researcher and Director of the Comprehensive Center for Brain Health. 
  • Additionally, there will be a variety of breakout sessions. Topics include Dementia is NOT a Diagnosis, Hope on the Horizon: Why TAU is Important, Building Resilience: Self Care for Caregivers and A Plant Centered, Comprehensive Approach to Brain Health. 

Attendees of the conference will connect with top leaders, receive valuable information, and can obtain 6.0 CEU credits.  

“This year’s Education Conference might just be our best yet. We have the most dynamic speakers who will equip attendees with valuable tools and share impactful insights on meeting the needs of patients with Alzheimer’s or related neurocognitive disorders and their caregivers. We hope to see you there!” said ACC President and CEO Michael Jessup.   

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