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Wednesday, May 6 • 2:30pm - 3:45pm
Evidence-Based Prevention Programs on Aging and Cognitive Decline

Managing residents’ cognitive decline is a challenge for caregivers and management that will intensify as individuals live longer and the senior living community of the future positions itself to meet the needs of aging residents. The senior living executive works in all settings to develop ways to decrease incidence and risk of decline, as well as to provide the best possible programming to treat impairment. This workshop will examine new ways of understanding Alzheimer’s disease in the context of aging and present evidence-based treatments to prevent symptomatology and functional impairments so residents can maintain independence, quality of life and contribution to the community. 

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Bruce Brotter, Ph.D.

Vice President of Training and Clinical Services, Memory Training Centers of America
Bruce Brotter, Ph.D., Vice President Clinical Program and Staff Development, Memory Training Centers of America, has been responsible for program development, training and oversight of MTCA clinical services for the past decade. Dr. Brotter was previously on the staff of the New York... Read More →

Wednesday May 6, 2015 2:30pm - 3:45pm EDT
Tampa Convention Center | Room 15