Policy Makers Address Senior Transportation Needs at Town Hall
Assemblyman Donald Wagner (L) and Mayor Al Murray (R) of Tustin listen to participants at a Town Hall hosted by the Orange County Aging Services Collaborative on Friday, April 12. Participants engaged in a lively discussion about various transportation options and challenges for seniors. more >
Take a “Cruise to Remember” in Support of UCI MIND
Sunday, April 28, 9:30 AM
You are invited to join us aboard the private 88′ yacht, “The Last Hurrah,” for the CRUISE TO REMEMBER Alzheimer’s benefit event hosted by Betty’s Foundation.
This four-hour harbor cruise includes a continental breakfast, lunch, and beverages (coffee, water, soda, beer, and wine). more >
UCI Staffer Co-Founds Support Group for Huntington’s Disease Research and Care
Join the Dialogue! Town Hall Series Addresses Critical Issues Facing OC Seniors
A series of Town Halls hosted by the Orange County Aging Services Collaborative (OCASC) will address three major issues facing seniors: Transportation, Housing, and Nutrition. Make a difference in the lives of Orange County seniors by joining the dialogue at these Town Halls and providing the input we need to improve availability of and access to senior friendly transportation, affordable housing options, and basic nutrition. more >
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UCI Brings Ask the Doc to Laguna Woods
On May 29, 2013, the UCI Institute for Memory Impairments and Neurological Disorders will offer its popular Ask the Doc forum at Laguna Woods Village.
Date and Time: May 29, 2013 from 1-3 pm
Location: Laguna Woods Village, Clubhouse 3, 23822 Avenida Sevilla, Laguna Woods, CA 92637
RSVP: Individuals who are not residents of Laguna Village must RSVP at (949) 824-2382, press option 4, and leave a message or email firstname.lastname@example.org
UCI MIND Leads Research into Alzheimer’s Disease
UCI MIND releases a new video in which Dr. Aimee Pierce, Medical Director of the Institute’s Memory Assessment and Research Center, and her fellow researchers and clinicians talk about their latest efforts to advance research in Alzheimer’s disease.
World Alzheimer’s Report Reveals Impact of Stigma on Lives of People with Dementia
According to the recently released 2012 World Alzheimer’s Report, stigma negatively effects people with dementia across the world, resulting in loss of friends and social exclusion. more >
20th Southern California Alzheimer’s Disease Research Conference Now Online
The 20th Southern California Alzheimer’s Disease Research Conference, held on World Alzheimer’s Day, September 21, 2012, is now available for viewing online. Addressing the topic, Beyond Memory: The Behavioral and Psychiatric Symptoms of Dementia, the conference featured internationally known researchers and expert clinicians who discussed non-cognitive symptoms – ranging from apathy and depression to hallucinations and agitation – and their treatment in Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. Led by UCI MIND with the support of the Alzheimer’s Association of Orange County and Alzheimer’s Family Services Center, this year’s conference brought together 560 caregivers, health care professionals, aging service providers, and community members at large. more >
Physical Limitations in the Oldest Old Increase Odds of Dementia
Just published Online First by Archives of Neurology, a study led by Szofia Bullain, M.D., a Fellow in Geriatric Neurology at UCI MIND and a Clinical Instructor in the Department of Neurology, has shown that difficulty performing activities like walking at age 90 and older greatly increases the odds of having dementia. more >