Alzheimer’s Disease in Indian Country: Promoting a Healthy Brain

Come join Dr. Blythe Winchester and Dr. Barbara Bendlin for an educational talk on Alzheimer’s Disease, Dementia, how it affects Native communities, and the latest research on how to protect your brain!

‘Alzheimer’s Disease in Indian Country: Promoting a Healthy Brain’ is taking place this Thursday, December 6th from 1-4:00 pm at the Radisson Hotel & Conference Center in Green Bay, WI. Everyone is welcome at this free health education event. Registration opens at 12:30 pm.

Dr. Winchester is an Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians Tribal Member and geriatrician. She is a national expert on dementia care and diagnosis in Indian country. Dr. Bendlin is an Associate Professor at UW-Madison, leads various Alzheimer’s disease studies and wants to help more people achieve successful healthy aging.

Questions about this event may be directed to Sacheen Lawrence at (920) 869-6854.

See more info via the Facebook event and event flyer: Updated-AD-in-Indian-Country-Flyer-Dec-6th-2018 (PDF)

In advance of the Thursday event in Green Bay, Dr. Winchester will also be speaking in Madison at the Native American Center for Health Professions’ Distinguished Lecture Series, ‘Navigating the Health of Our Elders, on Wednesday, December 5th.