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ALZTalks with Dr. Claire Sexton - Shared screen with speaker view
Kristen Cusato
19:32
Welcome everyone. We will get started in a few minutes.
dorothy greene
21:33
Austin TX. I’ve known several people with it and I am getting to that age.
Ariel Savitz
25:36
Hello, we are in Boston
Meghan L
26:19
Hello!
Meghan L
26:56
This meeting was advertised to start at 6:30pm but the email that went out right before said it begins at 6pm?
Ariel Savitz
27:02
work with brain injury patients and family member with Alzheimer's
Meghan L
27:42
I'm a Regional Manager for the Alzheimer's Association in Springfield, MA
Meghan L
28:09
all of the flyers and promotional materials said 6:30pm
Letitia Howland
52:10
Boston area...thanks!
Cindy
52:11
Peabody Mass
Greg Habel
52:16
Greg and Tracey from MA
Sue C
52:17
Dr. Sue - Northampton, MA
Allita Paine
52:20
Contoocook, New Hampshire
Alan Whitney
52:22
concord, ma
Janet Lieson
52:24
Listening from Holyoke, MA
Karen Buscemi
52:32
South Hadley MA
Ron Kole
52:33
Lincoln, NH
Emm
52:37
Paramus, NJ
Kristen Cusato
52:42
Thank you for joining us.
Cindy
52:44
Clinton, MA
Maureen Weeks
52:47
From Maureen Weeks Longmeadow, Mass
Debora Cox
52:52
Princeton ,MA
Maureen Weeks
52:55
NP-Best of Care
Margaret Levin
52:56
Margaret Levin, Kingston, RI
Zelmon Johnson
53:12
Zee Johnson from Springfield, Dept. of Elder Affairs.
madaline
53:22
Melrose, MA, disappointed regarding time start confusion
Kristen Cusato
53:32
You are listening to Dr. Claire Sexton, Director of Scientific Programs & Outreach, Alzheimer's Association
Kristen Cusato
56:04
We will send the entire program to everyone. We are so sorry about that mistake,
Kristen Cusato
59:45
Please put any questions in the q & A and Dr. Sexton will answer at the end of her presentation. Thank you.
Kristen Cusato
01:05:46
If you have any questions about dementia or need any information about education classes or support groups, you can call the Alzheimer's Associaation 24/7 Helpline 1.800.272.3900
Kristen Cusato
01:16:00
Read more about research here www.alz.org/research
Greg Habel
01:18:51
thank you
Ilana Mogolesko
01:24:41
please repeat diet name, Mind Diet?
Kristen Cusato
01:24:48
Yes MIND
madaline
01:25:41
Is dairy still considered bad--increases risk for alz. disease? I have osteoporosis and am told to eat dairy. One study said low fat dairy goo for reducing risk. Contradictions?
Rich Laider
01:28:10
What is the take away from this presentation? What specifically should we be doing to help prevent Alzheimer's?
madaline
01:32:14
Science Help app?
Kristen Cusato
01:34:52
Science Hub App on the app store has so much information
madaline
01:35:40
So frustrating. No real advances in prevention or treatment since my late mother was diagnosed with AD in 1997.
Jennifer Thorne
01:38:39
did you say Science Hub app? I’m sorry I don’t see anything listed in tihis chat
Alicia
01:38:42
Thanks so much for sharing your expertise and insight with us. So helpful.
Kristen Cusato
01:38:46
yes science hub app
Kristen Cusato
01:39:00
1.800.272.3900 Helpline
susanbuta
01:39:46
The number did not appear in the chat box
Kristen Cusato
01:40:13
1.800.272.3900