CAREGIVER EDUCATIONAL SERIES | Integrace Institute

CAREGIVER EDUCATIONAL SERIES

Learn about the latest advancements in dementia findings.

Seminars:

9 a.m. | Continental Breakfast Provided

March 28 | Caregiving Decision Making Presented by Dr. Tabassum Majid
April 25 | Mild Cognitive Impairment: A Panel Discussion Presented by Dr. Tabassum Majid
May 23 | New Thinking Around Neurocognitive Disorders Presented by Dr. Terry Detrich

Click here to view the event flyer.

Location:

Bayleigh Chase Auditorium
501 Dutchman’s Lane
Easton, MD

Registration:

Space is limited. Register for any or all of these free, informative lectures by calling 410-819-3777.

About the Speakers:

Tabassum Majid, PhD, Executive Director, the Integrace Institute at Copper Ridge

Dr. Tabassum Majid has both a personal and professional passion in Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias (ADRD). She received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) in Neurodegenerative Disorders of the Aged. She earned her PhD in translational medicine of ADRD from Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. She completed a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Maryland, School of Pharmacy researching care management decision-making. She currently is an appointed member of the Maryland Governor’s Council on ADRD and an adjunct faculty member at UMBC.

Terry Detrich, MD

Dr. Terry Detrich began seeing patients on the Eastern Shore of Maryland in August, 1971, where he worked at Dorchester General Hospital in the Emergency Room. From 1974 to 1976, he ran the Adult Neurology Clinic at the Caroline County Health Department. Upon completion of his Neurology residency and EEG fellowship, he opened an adult General Neurology practice in Easton in 1976. Upon closing his private practice in October 2017 he joined the team at the Samuel and Alexia Bratton Neurocognitive Clinic at Integrace Bayleigh Chase. He brings a wealth of experience in helping us as the clinic expands services to support those living with neurocognitive disorders.

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