This Present Moment – Music and Memory
A Symposium on Alzheimer’s and
Choral Works Celebrating the Human Spirit
Saturday, June 3, 2017
9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Chiang Auditorium, Englewood Hospital
350 Engle St, Englewood, NJ
Free parking - By-pass main entrance and continue on Engle St. for Employee Parking
The chorus presents a free Alzheimer’s Symposium for caregiver resources, current research, and the practical benefits of music for memory. You may attend morning session, afternoon session, or both. Free lunch will be provided.
The symposium is limited to 300 people.
This Present Moment – Choral Works Celebrating the Human Spirit, the chorus' spring concert immediately follows.
Tickets only $12
|9:30 am||Welcome||Teaneck Community Chorus|
|9:40 am||Memory Loss, Dementia and Alzheimer’s; The Basics – Introduction to dementia and Alzheimer’s including symptoms and behavior||Presented by Robyn Kohn, Manager, The Alzheimer’s Association of New Jersey|
|10:30 am||Treatment and Research of Alzheimer’s Disease||Presented by Dr. Steven Samuels, Chief of Psychiatry, Englewood Hospital & Medical Center|
|11:20 am||The NJ Care Act: Caring for Our Family Caregivers||Presented by Christine Newman, Manager of Community Outreach and Volunteer Engagement, AARP New Jersey|
|12:05 pm||Lunch and Vendors|
|1:05 pm||Afternoon Greetings||Wes Matsui, Chair, Music Committee, Teaneck Community Chorus|
|1:15 pm||Music and Memory||Presented by Robin Lombardo, Northeast Regional Director, Music & Memory|
|2:00 pm||The Good Daughter & The Do Gooder. Excerpt from a solo play about a daughter’s caregiving journey with her mother, an 85 year old civil rights activist.||Presented by Kaypri, whose work has been featured by AARP and the Wall Street Journal. Her mother, Dorothy Marcus, was one of the founders of the Teaneck Community Chorus.|
|2:45 pm||Breakout Sessions:|
|3:30 pm||Refreshments / Meet the Chorus|
|4:00 pm||This Present Moment – Choral Works Celebrating the Human Spirit presented by Teaneck Community Chorus|
Many thanks to our sponsors:
in part by a grant from
This program is made possible in part by a grant administered by the Bergen County Division of Cultural & Historic Affairs granted by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts