Dorothy Davis, founder and chairwoman of the Alzheimer's and Dementia Association of the Cayman Islands, with Gerry Sampson, chairman of the Board Membership Committee of the Alzheimer’s Disease International’s Council, at the conference in Budapest, Hungary.
“The benefits of membership include being part of a global advocacy and support network with opportunities for training and development and access to ADI’s materials, including the Annual World Alzheimer Reports” said Ms. Smith. “It also provides links to an international dementia research network – 10/66 Dementia Research Group and the Medical and Scientific Advisory Group.” Cayman Compass - Cayman Alzheimer’s group joins international body
Waiting patiently at the Council Meeting. — at Novotel Hotel, Budapest, Hungary.
Published September 16, 2016