Save the Date: September 21, 2011 from 6-8pm

Dementia in Independent Living Senior Housing: Concerns, Barriers & Solutions

There are reportedly 5.4 million persons living with Alzheimer’s disease, but where are they? Many of these people are living independently in the community and in many cases need more supportive services. Come hear from this amazing panel speak about their experience with this concerning subject as it applies to Senior Housing in Chicago. This panel discussion will include:
  • Dr. Marcia Spira, Professor and Director of the Institute on Aging and Intergenerational Study and Practice Loyola University Chicago School of Social Work
  • Darby Morhardt, LCSW Research Associate Professor and Director of Education at Northwestern Cognitive Neurology and Alzheimer’s Disease Center
  • A Social Service Director and a Building Administrator of Chicago Senior Housing Buildings

September 21, 2011 from 6-8pm Northwestern Chicago Campus 303 E. Superior Ave Chicago IL Robert Lurie Research Building Searle Room, First Floor

Please RSVP: Jaimie Robinson ( Parking discount available if parking in Hospital Garage on Huron St. CTA Access: Red line Chicago stop, access from all Michigan Ave buses, Chicago bus 66 stop in front of meeting location.

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