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Columbia mayor Chaz Molder, licensed clinical social worker Debra Jacks, Alzheimer’s Tennessee Middle Tennessee regional director Pat Caron, Morning Pointe Cumberland area director of operations MaryBeth Watson, Amedisys Home Health care transition coordinator Sue Miller, Morning Pointe of Columbia life enrichment director Bridget Barger, and Morning Pointe of Columbia executive director Tyler Sneed meet at Morning Pointe of Columbia (TN) to discuss local Alzheimer’s issues. Members from the Maury County Elder Healthcare Taskforce gathered at the assisted living and Alzheimer’s memory care community for a think tank meeting concerning the growth of Alzheimer’s disease resources and education in Maury County. “We were honored to be a part of this incredibly important discussion about a cause that is very near and dear to our hearts,” Sneed says. “It is our aim at Morning Pointe to be an educational resource for our community, particularly concerning Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. Every day, we experience firsthand how Alzheimer’s and dementia affect some of our residents, and we want to use our experience to further educate others.”
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