Alcohol Related Dementia, malnourishment, and Medication Interactions: How they Affect the Brain

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July 23, 2022
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In this presentation Hollie Glover, MA, LPC, NCC, Director of Education & Family Support Services at James L. West Center for Dementia Care in Fort Worth, describes common signs and symptoms of alcohol related dementia, medication interactions, malnourishment, vitamin deficiency, and Cruetzfeldt-Jakob disease. Watch this presentation to learn how to identify common risk factors for these conditions, recognize the affects these conditions can have on brain health, and learn about treatment options for each of these conditions. 

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Source: Area Agency on Aging of North Central Texas YouTube channel, managed by Marty Mascari


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