Time: 1:00p – 3:00p and
Speaker: Dr. Michael Keys, M.D., Geropsychiatrist
Dr. Keys has over twenty years of experience in Geriatric Psychiatry, specifically working with older adults diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia.
Dr. Keys currently serves as the Director of Senior Adult Psychiatry at the Lindner Center of Hope. He is also Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at the University of Cincinnati.
We will have two sessions for this very popular speaker!
Space is limited. Register Early!
Questions?? Call 513-605-1000
Our Foundation Event on Friday 4/5/13 was a great success. We will now be able to make this an annual event.
We could not have made this advancement without the generous support of our sponsors. Please join us in thanking all of them.
C & T Design and Equipment
Complete Pharmacy Solutions
Health Care Management Group
One Source Employee Management
University of Cincinnati
Brookwood Retirement Community
Cincinnati Reds Community Fund
Clovernook Healthcare Pavilion
Dinsmore & Shohl
Florence Park Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
Hospice of Southwest
Loveland Health Care Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Steger
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Szecskay
FRIENDS OF THE FOUNDATION
American Mobil X-Ray
Dr. Muhammad Aslam
The Brickman Group
Cheering for Charity
Dr. Robert Cluxton
Dr. Andrew Cusher
Brett Kissela, MD
Jennifer Molano, MD
Red Dog Pet Resort
Dr Andrea Schmerler
Trouble sleeping might be a sign of early Alzheimer’s disease, according to a new study conducted by researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. To find out more….
Please join our Celebrity hostess,
Sheree Paolello, WLWT-TV Anchor
and the Alois Alzheimer Foundation
as we reconnect with friends,celebrate new acquaintances and support the Foundation’s mission to:
expand responsible research
provide leading education
and increase awareness of Alzheimer’s Disease and related Dementia.
Friday, April 5, 2013
Clovernook Country Club
2035 Galbraith Road
Cincinnati, OH 45239
6:00pm Cocktail Reception including Silent Auction/Raffle
7:00pm Introductions & Dinner
8:00pm Silent Auctin & Raffle Winners Announced
Corporate Sponsorships are still available
Single Ticket Purchases also available
Did you know cigarette smoking may trigger or hasten the development of dementia?
The first scientific study to look at the role of cigarette smoke in the develpment of Alzheimer’s disease finds it may trigger or worsen the condition in older people who are at risk for this most common form of senile dementia.
To read more…
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