Alzheimer’s expert Maureen Bradley of the Royal Health Group has the honor of being selected to speak this month at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference, the world’s largest gathering of Alzheimer’s, dementia and neuroscience researchers and practitioners. Maureen submitted both a poster and a talk for consideration on “The Team Approach to Improving Quality of Life While Reducing Antipsychotics,” and both were accepted.
Maureen Bradley is the director of the Royal Innovation: Alzheimer’s Care program for the Royal Health Group, and one of the region’s most respected memory care experts. Maureen brings more than 40 years of geriatric nursing experience to her position, working primarily with patients who suffer from Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.
Under her direction, Royal’s skilled nursing facilities in Braintree, Buzzards Bay, Falmouth and Fairhaven – and now, at the Royal at Harwich Village assisted living community as well – boast dedicated Alzheimer’s programs, employing the very latest research in the care and treatment of people with memory impairment issues. Royal also now offers memory care expertise in the comfort of one’s own home through its Royal at Home program.
The conference will be held July 13-18th at the Boston Convention Center. (www.alz.org/aaic)