Improving the lives of older persons through research and education
First Annual GreatMinds Gala
More than 600 individuals attended this year's event. Learn more at www.greatmindsgala.org
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Education for Professionals
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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
Family Thanks Institute for Research and Education Opportunities: The Institute recently received a thank you letter from the family of a resident of Copper Ridge who participated in the ERK AD-Index study. This study, a collaboration with the Blanchette Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute, seeks to develop a definitive diagnostic test for Alzheimer’s disease using cultured skin cells.
Institute Core Faculty Member Named AAGP ‘Clinician of the Year’: At their recent Annual Meeting in Orlando, Florida, the American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry named Institute Core Faculty member Dr. Allan A. Anderson the Clinician of the Year. The award recognizes an AAGP member who has demonstrated a profound commitment to the field of clinical geriatric psychiatry by providing and promoting quality mental health care for older adults. To read more about Dr. Anderson’s work, please click here.
16th Annual Advanced Training in Dementia Care – September 29-October 3, 2014: Now offering 3 and 5-day options! Early registration discount available until August 29. One full scholarship available. For more information, please click here.
Institute Director Named Associate Editor: Dr. Jason Brandt was recently named an Associate Editor for the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease. Read more about JAD here.
Take a FREE Memory Assessment. This innovative tool can help indicate whether an older adult is at high risk of developing Alzheimer's disease.
People concerned about their, or a loved one’s, cognitive functioning, thinking and memory, can CLICK HERE to take this free assessment. Your participation, which is totally anonymous, is part of a research project. Take our free memory assessment today!