NOTE: There will be no COVID-19 Zoom Discusssion on Tuesday, May 19
Drop in with Dr. Susan
No one has been untouched by the coronavirus. All of us have felt its effects. Each one of us will have our own reactions, concerns and ways of dealing with the stress.
Starting Tuesday, March 31st, Drop-In with Dr. Susan Wehry to talk about what’s happening with COVID-19, to hear from people living with dementia and care partners about how they are dealing with the disruption, and to share some calm and common sense tips about ways to keep going and bounce back.
Dr. Wehry is a geriatric psychiatrist with extensive experience supporting older adults after 9/11 and Katrina. She is proud to serve on the board of DAA. #InItTogether
The Dementia Action Alliance invites people living with dementia and/or care partners to join Susan Wehry, MD on Tuesday afternoons, from 4-6pm New York Time.
Susan Wehry MD
Physician | Educator | Advocate
Susan Wehry MD is Chief of Geriatrics, University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine.
A geriatric psychiatrist with over 30 years of experience, Dr Wehry promotes healthy, meaningful aging to:
- policy makers
- health and human service professionals
- older adults
- family caregivers
Thanks to the wonderful presenters and participants I met at the 2nd Annual Conference of the Occupational Therapy Association of Morocco for making such a great experience!
Pleased to present the work of two of the presenters below called BrainSaves.org
BrainSaves provides awareness and advocacy for children.
Children are the future; thus, BrainSaves mission is to provide helmets for typical and atypical children that might not have the resource for one.
We strive to keep activities children love like learning how to ride a bike, playing football, and in some cases riding on the back of a motorcycle as safe as possible. The helmets will be donated to the youth programs in Worcester, Massachusetts, along with orphanages and other organizations throughout Morocco.