Dementia is not a disease? Are you caring for a loved who has cognitive impairment? So much to learn in such short precious time. Brandi Schneider from the Schmieding Center will break down the information and give some helpful tips to help you and your loved one through your personal journey.

Brandi received her Bachelor’s degree in psychology with a minor in gerontology from Kansas State University in 1996 and received her master’s degree in social work with an emphasis on gerontological administration from the University of Kansas in 1999.  She has worked in a variety of geriatric settings, including nursing homes, in-patient geriatric psychiatry, home health, adult day services, and caregiver education.  Brandi currently works at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences/Schmieding Center for Senior Education as the Director of Aging Services and Administration. In her role there, she offers individualized education and support to older adults and their families, as well as group support and community education.  She is involved in program development and community collaboration efforts.

To learn more about this and other educational programs presented by the Schmieding Center on Aging, call 479-750-1989 or e-mail SCInfo@uams.edu.


This program is free and open to the public.
No registration required.

If you are unable to attend this event in person, it will be available for viewing and replay via our FPL Livestream page at https://livestream.com/faylib.