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The Copper Ridge Institute

The Copper Ridge Institute has created a powerful link between research and education, putting the most up-to-date information into the hands of those who work with the memory-impaired – including spouses, adult children, nurses, doctors and assisted living staff. This combined approach ensures that the best methods of care are utilized until a cure is found.

Latest News from CRI

LOCATION CHANGE: Please note that our Spring 2015 Grand Rounds (January-June 2015) will be held at a new location: Integrace (Formerly EMA) Home Office, 576 Johnsville Road, Eldersburg/Sykesville, Maryland 21784. Please call or email us with any questions: 410-795-8808, allison.ciborowski@integrace.org

 

Dear Abby aka Jeanne Phillips to be Honored at 2015 Great Minds Gala Hosted by Diane Rehm: Click here to read to the 2015 Great Minds Gala Press Release. To purchase tickets, please visit www.greatmindsgala.org.

 

Brain Disorders, Yoga, and Mindfulness – Maximizing Quality of Life through Non-medication Approaches: May 15-16, 2015. A NEW, two-day, interactive training for healthcare and yoga professionals. Early registration discount available until April 15. For more information, please click here.

 

Using Technology to Engage Persons with Dementia: June 22, 2015. A full-day interactive training for activity professionals. For more information, please click here. 

 

Institute Director Receives Prestigious Award from the International Neurospychological Society: Institute Director, Dr. Jason Brandt, received the 2015 Distinguished Career Award from the International Neuropsychological Society (INS) at their annual meeting in February of 2015. The Distinguished Career Award recognizes professionals who have made “major, sustained contributions to the field of neuropsychology as well as to the INS”. To learn more about INS, and this award, please click here.

 

Version 2.0 of the Dementia Risk Assessment Now Available: This online questionnaire provides personally-tailored information about one’s risk of developing late-life cognitive impairment. The assessment can be accessed for free at www.alzcast.com/memorysurvey. For more information, please click here. 

 

 

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