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Identifying & Coping With Agitation In Alzheimer’s Dementia Patients
June 25, 2020

June is National Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month, and as we wrap up a month spent advocating for patients with Alzheimer’s…

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Memory Loss: Why Do I Keep Forgetting Things?
April 17, 2020

Whether it’s where you put your keys, that one thing on your grocery list, or words to a song, we all…

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Brew Ha-Ha For the Troops Event – May 12
May 19, 2017

On Friday, May 12th, the MacDill Top III Association along with Olympian Clinical Research (OCR) hosted another “Brew Ha-Ha for the Troops”…

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Join us on the Yellow Brick Road to Brain Health
May 9, 2017

A 3 Part Series on Brain Health presented by Cate McCarty, PhD, with Olympian Clinical Research.  The Wizard of Oz offers…

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