Understanding Brain Health, Live!
A virtual online informational sessions hosted by the Cleveland Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center aiming to provide timely information and brain healthy activities by area professionals.
Please register at:
October 22, 2020 | 2 p.m.
Mark Hyman, MD from
the Center for Functional Medicine @Cleveland Clinic
Founder and director of The UltraWellness Center, the Head of Strategy and Innovation at the Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine, an eleven-time New York Times best-selling author, and Board President for Clinical Affairs for the Institute for Functional Medicine. He is the host of one of the leading health podcasts, The Doctor’s Farmacy. Dr. Hyman is a regular medical contributor several television shows and networks, including CBS This Morning, Today, Good Morning America, The View, and CNN. He is also an advisor and guest co-host on The Dr. Oz Show.
Fred & Dianne Discenzo
@COME DANCE WITH ME!
Fred and Dianne Discenzo are active in the dance community and together they continue to run the Come Dance With Me program for Parkinson’s they started ten years ago. They have been trained in dance instruction for Parkinson’s by the Mark Morris Dance Group in Brooklyn NY and they both have achieved bronze and silver levels of performance in ballroom dancing. They have also taught dance programs in the area for BGSU, The Alzheimer’s Association of Cleveland and The Cleveland Sight Center. Dr. Discenzo participates in collaborative research programs with local universities and hospitals investigating the benefits of dance and exercise for Parkinson’s and seniors.
Cynthia Davenport M.Ed., Program Manager for Education @Alzheimer’s Association Cleveland Area Chapter
As a Program Manager for Education at the Alzheimer’s Association, she joined the Cleveland Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center Minority Advisory Board to work closely with under-served populations in the community. She is passionate about educating the community about Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, the importance of participating in Alzheimer’s research, and sharing resources that are available in the community. Her hope for the future is that there will soon be a cure for Alzheimer’s disease.
Save the date for upcoming webinars
November 5, 2020 | 2 p.m.
November 19, 2020 | 2 p.m.
December 3, 2020 | 2 p.m.
All times are Eastern Time (US and Canada)
All sessions are one hour
Recordings of past webinars:
October 8, 2020 Webinar
September 24, 2020 Webinar