By Karin McCay| email
Edited by Jordyn Nelson
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) – There has been a lot of study on Alzheimer's in general, but not so much to determine why there is a high incidence in that diagnosis at a younger age among Hispanics. However, that's the focus now for researchers at the Texas Tech Health Science Center.
The Neurology Department there, and along with the Alzheimer's Association are organizing several presentations in the next few weeks to find people who might want to be a part of this stud, and to help caregivers know more about what resources are out there to help them.
Dr. Sid O'Bryant said that they will be talking about understanding the disease and discussing what does Alzheimer's actually look like. They will also provide resources available in the community on issues related to caregivers.
The information below is a list of the upcoming clinics.
5:30pm – 6:30pm: Alzheimer's 101 at Texas Tech University Library
1:00pm – 3:00pm: Maggie Trejo Super Center (Halloween party); 3200 Amherst, Lubbock, TX 79415 (806) 767-2705
8:00am – 12:00pm: Our Lady of Guadalupe Church; 635 S. 4th Street, Slaton, Tx 79364
Here are the addresses of Senior Citizens Centers where Dr. O'Bryant will be presenting:
10/27/10 Alzheimer's Disease Presentation: Senior Citizens Center, 106 East North Street, Bovina, TX
11/8/10 Depression Presentation: 1410 Washington Ave. Friona, TX
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