Wed May 9, 2007
Alzheimer research continues to yield positive results and art cognitive therapy is a dynamic approach to help Alzheimer patients. Painting and other visual and performance art therapy brings memories to the surface to help patients retain and record memories before they are lost forever. We'll look at the latest research and therapy efforts.
Dr. T. Erik Borreson, Mecklenburg Neurological Associates
Jackie Rivers, Executive Director of the Alzheimer's Association, Western Carolina Chapter
Fred Sexton, Director, Memory Reach, Charlotte-based Cognitive Therapy Center
Sylvia Fiano, Early stage Alzheimer patient
Alzheimer's Association 24-hour helpline: 1-800-272-3900