Dementia online seminar
The Minnesota Gerontological Society (MGS) is offering an opportunity for practitioners and researchers in the field of aging and members of the public to participate in an online seminar on Tuesday, June 10, from noon-1 p.m.
Topic of study will be "Dementia: Benefits of Early Detection, Diagnosis, and Patient/Family Treatment Protocols." Presenter will be Dr. Catherine Johnson, licensed psychologist employed by the Associated Clinic of Psychology.
Participants may participate via a computer with Internet access and a telephone. Registration may be made on the MGS web site at www.mngero.org with a registration fee of $20, or no cost to those with MGS memberships. CEUs are available.