A Pandemic Pivot and More for GMN
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
What a year it’s been. A challenging year for so many, and a particularly demanding time for anyone who works in or around geriatric health.
We couldn’t be more proud of how this alliance has pivoted in order to continue our vital services even though almost every aspect of our landscape has completely changed. We have leapt into the realm of telehealth and adapted our procedures to respond to that environment. And we have continued our outreach to PCPs, potential patients and our own network.
As we move into the holidays and on to 2021, we wanted to let all of you know how grateful we are for your hard work and dedication in these unprecedented times. There are now even more Georgians out there in need of the clarity, care and community we can provide. The prospects for major steps forward for both diagnosis and treatment are on the horizon, and our collective efforts could not be more timely. We look forward to the possibilities to make change that our next year will bring.
James Lah, MD, PhD and Allan Levey, MD, PhD
Georgia Memory Net Co-Directors
Rebecca Dillard, MA
Georgia Memory Net Project Director
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.