October 10, 2022: The First Dementia Care Conference in Western Loudoun County Register Now—$35 (includes lunch)
Whether you’re involved in our program or never heard of us: you’re invited.
Join us for lunch at St. Francis Hall as we celebrate 20 years of clinical care and research! On October 17th, 2019, we recognize those who have contributed to our program, as well as welcome those who are interested in memory research. We’ll be discussing the progress we’ve made, giving you tips to keep your mind sharp, and answering your questions on memory and aging.
Thank you for you interest and participation in the Georgetown University Memory Disorders Program. We couldn’t do it without you!
Join our team on October 12th, 2019 in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s! You can support this initiative through the Alzheimer’s Association by registering for the walk, creating/joining a team, or donating to our team.
Black Americans are twice as likely to be diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. Early screening, prevention strategies and caring for escalating numbers of African Americans projected to develop the disease require community awareness and action.
Join the Greater Washington Urban League Guild as we explore:
*Strategies for prevention and intervention
*Care systems and caregiver support
Saturday, May 18, 2019
12 Noon – 3 pm
First Congregational United Church of Christ (next to MLK Main Library)
945 G Street, N.W. | Washington, DC
Come hear from the MDP’s Melanie Chadwick, RN, MS, NP and other experts in their fields, and learn more
about essential caregiving topics, all in one place!
A continental breakfast and lunch
will be provided free of charge!
Please RSVP to Lindsey Vajpeyi at
703-204-4664. Or register online at