Past Events

  • June 2021 Area Agency on Aging Association of MI Conference: Stronger Together - Michigan

  • May 2021 MI Dementia Coalition Steering Committee – Michigan

  • May 2021 MI Dementia Minds: Lessons of Hardship and Hope – Nationwide

  • May 2021 Michigan Assisted Living Association Annual Conference and Dementia Summit – Michigan

  • April 2021 Due West UMC Conference: Loving Through Dementia Conference– Georgia

  • March 2021 MSU School of Medicine class on Molecular Neuropathology of Neurodegenerative Diseases - Michigan

  • February 2021 GVSU Art & Science of Aging Conference - Michigan

  • January 2021 Reminiscent, Caregiver Conference – Georgia

  • October, November, and December 2020 Dementia Minds: Friend and Family Series – Nationwide

  • September 2020 Michigan Assisted Living Association Annual Conference and Dementia Summit - Michigan

  • November 2020 Panel for the Documentary, The Rest I Make Up – Nationwide

  • November 2020 Teepa Snow’s Positive Approach to Care Conference – Nationwide

  • September 2020 Teepa Snow’s Positive Approach to Care – Nationwide

  • September 2020 Training for Mental Health Providers – Michigan

  • August 2020 Inspired Memory Care - New York

  • March 2020 To Whom I May Concern – Nationwide

  • September 2019 Michigan Assisted Living Association Trailblazer Conference – Michigan

  • June 2019 Training for Mental Health Providers - Michigan

"This is an amazing initiative that should be shared with families, health care professionals, researchers, etc. Interacting with the Black Dementia Minds group has been a life-changing experience for me. I have gained a new outlook on life that now influences my research. To improve the quality of life for persons living with dementia, we must listen and learn from them."

Fayron Epps, PhD, RN

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