This free community event will explore recent findings in the study of brain health and Alzheimer’s disease prevention. Topics for the evening revolve around the event theme of New Frontiers in Alzheimer's Disease Research.
This series of classes is held each Friday, May 3-June 7, 10AM-12PM. An instructor from UW-Madison will teach basic computer skills. Volunteers will offer additional classroom support. Lunch will be served at the conclusion of each class.
This event is held annually to build awareness of Alzheimer’s disease in the African American community. It is named in honor of Dr. Solomon Carter Fuller, a pioneering African American scientist who made significant contributions to the study of Alzheimer’s disease.
This free community event focused on recent findings in the study of healthy aging, brain health, and Alzheimer’s disease prevention. Topics for the evening revolved around the event theme of Resilience in Brain Aging.