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Portraits of Georgia Memory Net leadership

A Message from Our Directors

Friends and Colleagues, We are grateful for this opportunity to join together with you. Though we may be separated physically, we sense that we’re more connected than ever in these trying times. Georgia Memory Net’s goal has always been to…

Portrait of Mary Caldwell

In The Spotlight: Brittany Evans

It takes a team of very skilled individuals to support this important program. As we progress forward with our critical work, we want to take a moment and highlight some of our key individuals. Today, we get to know Brittany…

Portrait of Whit Morgan

In The Spotlight: Whit Morgan

It takes a team of very skilled individuals to support this critical program. As we progress forward with our important work, we want to take a moment and highlight some of our key individuals. As part of our ongoing “In…

How Can I Keep Myself and My Loved One Safe and Happy while Sheltering in Place?

This is a great question and one that must be on the minds of families all over the state. Let’s look at both parts of the question. Safe. First, the scary part: How to stay safe? The short answer is…

Alzheimer's Disease Advocates gather in front of the Georgia state Capitol on Alzheimer's Awareness Day

Alzheimer’s Awareness Day at the Georgia State Capitol

On Tuesday, March 10, 2020, two members of Georgia Memory Net’s Central staff had the opportunity to travel to the Georgia State Capitol for Alzheimer’s Awareness Day. Michaela Harris, GMN Program Manager, and Emily Germany, Primary Care Core Coordinator, joined…

Hard Conversations: When to Recommend a Long-Term Care Facility

With 16.1 million families, friends and other non-professional care partners in the U.S. providing for individuals with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia, a clinician needs to be aware not only of the symptoms and condition of the patient, but…

Georgia Memory Net at a Glance

Why is Georgia Memory Net here? 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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