LEXINGTON, Ky. (April 29, 2021) —The 13th annual University of Kentucky Sanders-Brown Center on Aging Mind Matters Health Fair is set to take place from 10 a.m. to noon, Monday, May 3. The format will follow last year’s move to a virtual platform to ensure the continued health and safety of both the presenters and attendees.
The theme this year is “Hindsight is 2020 in 2021.” As in years past, this event will focus on brain health and older adult wellbeing and strategies to maximize both. Additionally, presentations will include information relating to life during the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Experts will share their knowledge on the following topics:
- Music Therapy & Alzheimer’s disease
- LATE Dementia
- Blood Biomarkers
- Research Advances
Attendance is free but please register in advance to attend at tinyurl.com/SBCoAHEALTHFAIR. If you have any questions call, Sally Scherer at (859) 323-1331.
The UK Sanders-Brown Center on Aging is dedicated to improving the health of older adults in Kentucky and beyond through research, education, outreach and clinical programs to promote healthy brain aging. For more information, contact the UK Sanders-Brown Center on Aging at (859) 323-6040.
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