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Alzheimer’s Disease: The Disease with Two Victims – Join Us 9/14

Who Should Attend?

  • Families
  • Caregivers
  • Nurses
  • Social Workers
  • Healthcare Agencies

Attendees Will Learn About:

  • Alzheimer’s Disease
  • The Origin & Process
  • Stages of the Disease
  • How to Plan for the Future
  • Current & Future Medical Expectations


Registration and Lunch

Opening Remarks and Introductions

The Power of Music: Fran Pannella
Caregiver Volunteers of Central Jersey

1:30pm – 3:00pm
Keynote Speech: Dr. Shua-Haim
“Dementia vs. Alzheimer’s Disease”
“Alzheimer’s Stages and How to Plan for the Future”

Coffee and Tour of Facility

Keynote Speaker: Joshua R Shua-Haim, M.D.

Professor of Medicine, UMDNJ-RWJ

Top-notch care and clinical expertise rests firmly in the quality of its providers. That’s why we are gratified to have Dr. Shua-Haim as part of our team, as Medical Director of our Dementia Care Unit. As a consummate professional in his field of geriatric medicine, the Doctor elevates the level of care at our facility.
Currently the President & CEO of Mid Atlantic Geriatric Association, Dr. Shua-Haim has a private geriatric practice in Manchester Twp.., NJ and Ocean, NJ. He is also an attending physician at Jersey Shore University Medical Center, Neptune, NJ and Ocean Medical Center, Brick, NJ. Dr. Shua-Haim has courtesy consulting privileges at Southern Ocean Medical Center in Manahawkin, NJ. We are privileged to have him as a partner!

There is no registration fee, but attendees must register as seating is limited.

For more information or to register, please contact Kathy Kimm at (732) 840-3700 or email

Respite Services Available for caregivers planning to attend on the day of the event. Caregivers must reserve this service prior to the event.

Caregiver Volunteers of Central Jersey is an interfaith nonprofit agency dedicated to providing supportive services to seniors, veterans, the elderly disabled, individuals with dementia, and caregivers of loved ones with chronic illness, enabling them to live independently and with dignity in their own homes.