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Agitation is a difficult behavioral issue for healthcare providers, caregivers and people with Alzheimer disease is agitation. In this library, we will bring you resources about current research, treatment interventions and other information.

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Neuropsychiatric Symptoms In Alzheimer’s Disease: A Focus On Agitation

Neuropsychiatric Symptoms In Alzheimer’s Disease: A Focus On Agitation

This webinar archive is a discussion on neuropsychiatric symptoms in Alzheimer’s disease, with a focus on agitation. Drs. Jeffrey Cummings, George Grossberg, and Bryan Archuleta will review the definition of agitation in Alzheimer’s Disease, discuss its potential consequences, and provide an overview of clinical management strategies. Featuring: George T. Grossberg,…
Mental Wellness Across The Lifespan: Identifying Children At Risk For Mental Health Disorders With Dr. Mojgan Makki

Mental Wellness Across The Lifespan: Identifying Children At Risk For Mental Health Disorders With Dr. Mojgan Makki

Dr. Mojgan Makki, MD, DFAACAP shares her perspectives with Dr. Jacquelyn Canning on identifying children, adolescents, and young adults at risk for mental health disorders.  She provides insights into the importance of open communication, modeling behavior, and developing an alliance with the pediatrician to assist in monitoring at risk youth….

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