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Dementia Education
In-person Event

All About Dementia: Science & Behaviours

About This Program

Explore valuable insights into various forms of dementia and how dementia affects behaviour as it progresses.

Join Germain Chique Alfonzo for an engaging presentation! Discover the science behind dementia and its related behaviours. Gain insights into how dementia affects the brain and how it changes over time.

Our host will also share the latest evidence-based research and valuable community resources. Don’t miss this opportunity to enhance your knowledge and support for those living with dementia.

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Details

Presented By

The Dementia Society and Amica- The Glebe

Date and Time

Thursday, February 22
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Cost

No charge

Location

South Ottawa

Get Directions

Amica- The Glebe

33 Monk St, Ottawa, ON K1S 5X6

What You Can Expect

1

Gain insights into different types of dementia

2

Learn how to dementia affects behaviour

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Get information on latest evidence-based research and community resources for Alzheimer's and dementia support

About German Chique-Alfonzo

German is currently the Education and Program Coordinator for the Dementia Society of Ottawa and Renfrew County. He is also an active host for various Dementia Education events hosted by The Dementia Society. He also coordinates and liaises with Dementia Researchers for future collaborations. German finished his Bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry from the University of Ottawa and has an M.D. from the Oriente University, Venezuela. After his residency in Neurology at the Central University of Venezuela, with a subspecialty fellowship in Multiple Sclerosis and Demyelinating Diseases at La Trinidad Teaching Medical Centre, Venezuela; German is currently, enrolled as a Master of Health Professions Education candidate at Queen’s University. Through his education, experience and research, German has gained knowledge and has hosted events on topics related to dementia and its progression, dementia prevention, brain health and wellness and has helped caregivers by providing practical tips.

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