Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Center, Inc. Brings a Popular Presentation to Atria Senior Living at Forest Hills
“Why Music for Alzheimer’s?” Presented as Part of Speaker Series
(Bay Shore, NY) — As part of its Speaker Series, Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Center, Inc. (ADRC) will be presenting “Why Music for Alzheimer’s?” on Wednesday, September 10 at Atria Senior Living at Forest Hills, located at 112-50 72nd Avenue. The presentation starts at 2:30 p.m. and runs until 4:00 p.m.
“Why Music for Alzheimer’s?” was initially held at the 10th Annual Alzheimer’s Disease Education Conference & Expo on March 6 and became the most popular seminar at the event. As a result, ADRC has made this presentation part of its Speaker Series this year.
Cheryl Khaner, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Alzheimer’s Music Connect, will speak about using music as a caregiver tool and as a calming agent; how music can be used to stimulate lost memories; Altus Oscillation™ and how it works; and how music provides “downtime” for the caregiver. In addition to having worked as an attorney, Ms. Khaner has also held sales, marketing and public relations positions in the music and entertainment industry.
“We are very excited to have this presentation as part of our Speaker Series this year,” said Mary Ann Malack-Ragona, Executive Director/CEO, Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Center, Inc. “It was the most popular presentation at our Alzheimer’s Disease Education Conference & Expo and we are glad to bring it to our friends at Atria Senior Living at Forest Hills.”
For more information or to register, please contact Mary Ann Malack-Ragona, Executive Director/CEO at (631) 580-5100 or visit www.adrcinc.org.
Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Center, Inc. — which is headquartered in Bay Shore and has a satellite office in Southampton — is the only local Alzheimer’s Disease advocacy and educational facility whose mission is to provide hands-on support and services to families on Long Island and the New York metropolitan area. ADRC works with family members, health care professionals and researchers to ensure quality health care and support to those impacted by Alzheimer’s Disease through care and consultation, information and referral, training, support groups, and caregiver safety products.