You & Your Brain: A HealthyWomen, Prevention & Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement Collaboration

A message from Maria Shriver

As women age, we may begin to notice changes in how our brains function. You may wonder what’s normal and what isn’t. Hormonal shifts happen throughout a woman’s life and knowing how these shifts affect your brain can help you better navigate your own health and learn ways to maintain a healthy brain.

Did you know that women make up two-thirds of Alzheimer’s cases in the United States — and they take on the majority of the responsibility of caring for family members with the disease? That’s why it’s important to speak with a healthcare provider if you notice any changes in memory or cognition in yourself or your loved ones.

Join us as we explore these important topics in our “You & Your Brain” webinar series in partnership with Prevention
and the Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement. Renowned experts will bring you the latest insights on aging and your brain, navigating a dementia diagnosis, and breakthroughs in brain health.

These informative, inspiring events — held on Tuesdays throughout June — are free to attend.

“Aging and Your Brain: What’s Normal, What’s Not?”

June 8 at 12 p.m. EDT

Experts share secrets to staying sharp.

  • Moderator: Tara Narula, M.D., FACC, Assistant Professor, Cardiology Zucker School of Medicine; Associate Director, Lenox Hill Women’s Heart Programs; and CBS News Senior Medical Correspondent
  • Jessica Caldwell, Ph.D., Director, Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement Prevention, Center at Cleveland Clinic
  • Gayatri Devi, M.D., M.S., FAAN, FACP, Neurologist, Park Avenue Neurology
  • Eseosa Ighodaro, M.D, Ph.D., Neurology Resident Physician and Neuroscientist, Mayo Clinic

a Dementia Diagnosis: What Comes Next”

June 15 at 12 p.m. ET

Thoughtful guidance for you and your family so you can cope with any possibility.

  • Moderator: Joan Lunden, Journalist, Best Selling Author and Health & Wellness Advocate
  • Dan Jaworski, athlete living with early-onset Alzheimer’s
  • Julie Jaworski, wife of Dan, who is living with Alzheimer’s
  • Sarah Kremen, M.D., Behavioral Neurologist and Director of the Neurobehavior Program at the Jona Goldrich Center for Alzheimer’s and Memory Disorders at Cedar-Sinai Medical Center
  • Petra Niles, M.S.G, Gerontologist and Senior Manager of African American Services at Alzheimer’s Los Angeles

“The Future of Brain Health: Promising Advances in Medicine and Technology”

June 22 at 12 p.m. ET

Innovations in science, changes in policy, and how you can make a difference.

  • Moderator: John Whyte, M.D., MPH, Chief Medical Officer, WebMD
  • Sandra Bond Chapman, Ph.D., Center for Brain Health Distinguished Professor, School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences, The University of Texas at Dallas
  • Richard S. Isaacson, M.D., Director of the Alzheimer’s Prevention Clinic (APC), Weill Cornell Memory Disorders Program, Assistant Dean of Faculty Development, and Associate Professor of Neurology at Weill Cornell Medicine & New York-Presbyterian
  • Karyne Jones, President and CEO, National Caucus and Center on Black Aging