Tuesday, December 7, 2021
Mitochondrial Health

AA Austin ✪ CoViD & SARS ☤ Long-term Dementia Consequences {2021}



Lockdown learning via public invite Zoom session on 30 March 2021 {Tues}. The six quality Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias topics include this timely mid-morning address: “Will the SARS-CoV-2 Epidemic Have Long-Term Consequences on the Brain and Risk of Dementia?!” courtesy of Sudha Seshadri, MD, FAAN, FANA.
As founding director of UTHSCA’s/UTHSA’s Glenn Biggs Institute for Alzheimer’s & Neurodegenerative Diseases, Dr. S. S. manages all Institute activities. After an MBBS from the Christian Medical College, Madras University, an MD in Internal Medicine and DM in Neurology from All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India, Sudha completed a Boston U Neurology Residency and a U Mass Neurobiology of Aging & AD Fellowship. She has lectured extensively across the planet on AD & Related Dementias plus the Genetics of Stroke and Vascular Brain Injury.
Thank you to this generous speaker and all the valued staff, volunteers and attendees who graced this event.

Electronically set in the central Texas government seat of Austin and capably honchoed by Ms. Maxine P. Vieyra (Programs & Services Director | [email protected] | 512.592.0990 ext. 8546 | 5508 Highway 290 West Suite 206, Austin, Texas 78735 | https://www.alz.org/texascapital) with the AA’s Capital of Texas Chapter, Austin, TX, USA. Introduction and Q&A duties here are by that chapter’s Executive Director: Andrea Taurins. Co-Sponsored by the UT-Austin Dell Medical School.

Today’s program is virtual courtesy of the CoronaVirus LifeQuake. These interactive didactics conversationally enlighten dementia participants, providers and caregivers so they can better attend their aging patients and loved ones during these trying times. Primary language is English. Some talks may close out with AA adverts. Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor global quarantine can stop the Alzheimer’s Association from its appointed training rounds ~ as this fine on-line tutoring proves.

The more people know about Alzheimer’s, the more action the AA can inspire. Volunteer today, start your fundraiser for the Longest Day tomorrow and, later, strut your stuff for the annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s.

US AA Info: https://www.alz.org/ | 24/7 Help ~ 1.800.272.3900 (TTY: 1.866.403.3073)
TX AA Info: https://www.alz.org/texas (Houston & environs) + https://www.alz.org/sanantonio (San Antonio & environs) + https://www.alz.org/texascapital/ (Austin & environs)
SA AA IDs: Social Media | Facebook = @alzsatx ~ Twitter = @alzsatx ~ Instagram = @alzsatx

Recording: During public invite Zoom Live sessionpresentation targeting a mixed professional/patient demographic audience and applicable to all knowledge levels.

Captioning: For the hearing-impaired, one can turn on YouTube’s vastly improved Closed Captioning option for English language subtitles (click ‘CC’ toggle in bottom center-right of viewing window).

Training: For more virtual info on original geriatric ed ranging from frailty & pharmacy to caregiving & cardiology, simply surf this comprehensive channel further.

Redistributing: Please enjoy then Like & Share this gratis opus via E-Mail or Social Media like YT, FB, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc.

Subscribing: Resistance is futile. Ditto for Commenting.

Birthing: Carefully concocted for the good of personkind by a South Texas Geriatric Education Center (STGEC) alum in San Antonio, TX, USA.

Funding: Please donate to the nat’l or your local AA chapters. Helper digitizing this dementia didactic originally recompensed via HHS/HRSA federal grants to the state-based Geriatric Ed Ctrs (GECs)…STGEC in the Alamo City…but this was wholly accomplished on a voluntary non-profit basis.

Caregiving: Peruse personal pragmatic practicums @ https://www.facebook.com/utcaregivers

Disclaiming: Accepted knowledge & best practices will certainly evolve over time so always consult your own current & local medico-legal-spiritual provider(s) for optimal actionable intel.

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Archiving: Original Filename ~ AA2021AustinSummit-Sudha3840x2160.mp4 (4K/UHD)

(The views, opinions, or conclusions expressed in these continuing education enduring materials are not given nor endorsed by any city, county, state or federal institution or authority.)

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