On Friday, the keynote speaker at the a day-long symposium will be Loretta Woodward Veney, who after learning that her mother had dementia, began documenting the details of doctor visits, and recording people, places, and things as a substitute for her mom’s lost memory. She turned these documents and her memories of her mother into the book Being My Mom’s Mom.
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Laura Thornhill, who does public policy work for the Alzheimer’s Association in Washington, D.C., will also hold a session on new Medicare regulations regarding dementia care.
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