How We Talk and Teach About Dementia in Cultural and Linguistic Communities Dementia affects every community, but not in the same way. Join us for a conversation about disparities in the risk of developing dementia, and in access to dementia diagnosis, research and care, and to explore cultural values and ways of understanding dementia. Gain a new lens to see through as we work to embrace and support people living with dementia and families in all of our communities. Speakers include: Dementia Friends Massachusetts Educators: Arnetta E. Baty, Board Chair, and Carl Byron Baty, Executive Director, Rounding the Bases, Inc. Irene Belozersky, LICSW, 2Life Communities Kun Chang, MSW, LCSW, Associate Director, Greater Boston Chinese Golden Age Center Alana Dundon, Psychologist and Brazilian Educator Frances Ortiz and Jacyra Carvalho, Resident Services Coordinators, Inquilinos Boricuas en Acción Jonathan Jackson, PhD., Founder and Executive Director, Community Access, Recruitment and Engagement (CARE) Research Center at Massachusetts General Hospital Stephanie Monroe, JD, Executive Director, AfricanAmericansAgainstAlzheimer’s Jason Resendez, Executive Director, LatinosAgainstAlzheimer’s and Director, Center for Brain Health Equity When: Tuesday, November 10, 2020 1:00 - 4:30 p.m. Where: Online, via Zoom video conferencing Cost: Free of charge. RSVP: Registration is now open . Once you register, you will receive a unique Zoom link. Please do not share this link — it is just for you. Each participant must register. CEUS: An application for CEUs has been submitted for Social Workers and RNs. Please contact Beth Soltzberg for the status of CE accreditation. For more information or if you need language interpretation, please contact Beth Soltzberg at email@example.com or 781-693-5628. Generously supported by Tufts Health Plan Foundation and the Lebowitz Family Charitable Trust.