On May 16, Seniorlink CEO Tom Riley will join the webinar “Being BOLD with Dementia Care” hosted by C-TAC.
The webinar will feature healthcare industry thought leaders discussing why family caregivers, new care models, and innovative products are critically important as the industry fights Alzheimer’s disease. Joining Riley on the webinar; Sarah Smith, Associate Director, Federal Affairs, Alzheimer’s Association, Torrie Fields, Senior Manager, Blue Shield of California and Cheryl Matheis, Senior Strategic Advisor, C-TAC. Given the recent passing of the BOLD Act, this discussion comes at a time of heightened focus on dementia care management.
Virtual Roundtable: Being BOLD with Dementia Care
May 16, 2019 12:00 pm EST
To register for the webinar click here!
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