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Lecanemab FAQs

Monoclonal amyloid antibody infusions for Alzheimer’s Disease (aducanumab, and lecanemab): Frequently Asked Questions (last updated 07JULY2023) We understand that many of our patients and families have questions regarding new medicines for Alzheimer’s disease (aducanumab, donanemab, and lecanemab). Please see below…

Free Dementia Caregiver Training

Do you provide care for a loved one living with dementia? The Savvy Caregiver® six-week program is a nationally recognized evidence-based dementia family caregiver training program, and Georgia Memory Net is offering free classes for the first 100 qualified applicants….

Focus on Your Future Health for Free

The Annual Wellness Visit, sometimes called an “AWV,” is a yearly appointment with your primary care provider. The purpose of the Annual Wellness Visit is to create or update a personalized prevention plan that may help prevent illness based on your…

Winter Weather Tips for People Living with Alzheimer’s

Cold weather can pose heath challenges for everyone. But people living with Alzheimer’s disease or related dementia have a higher risk of some health hazards when temperatures get low. Here are nine potential cold weather hazards and some techniques people…

Help in Having the Tough Conversation

People experiencing symptoms of undiagnosed Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias often experience fear, anger, and even denial. But delaying a diagnosis can lead to a host of issues. What can you say to help a loved one take steps toward…

Alzheimer’s, dementia hitting Black communities hard. Researchers hope this tool will help.

(January 25, 2022 at 9:02 am EST By African-Americans make up 13% of the population nationwide, yet they bear a third of the cost of caring for loved ones with Alzheimer’s. While Alzheimer’s disease is the most common, it’s not…

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Georgia Memory Net at a Glance

What is Georgia Memory Net and why does it exist? There’s so much information about Alzheimer’s and related dementias in Georgia, and how to diagnose and treat them, that it can become overwhelming. We’ve done our best to simplify the info into a clear one-page infographic.

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