Join Alzheimer's specialist and
Alzheimer's Association family support volunteer Lisa Sobhian for a
presentation on the ten warning signs of dementia.
A Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and Certified Dementia
Practitioner, Lisa Sobhian has been a nursing home social worker and
nursing home consultant, specializing in working with individuals with
Alzheimer’s disease and their families and other caregivers. Since 2007,
she has been in charge of Alzheimer’s care at D’Youville Life &
Wellness Community in Lowell, where she is the Director of Alzheimer’s
and Dementia Care Services and Director of Life Enrichment Programs.
Lisa enjoys speaking about Dementia and facilitating support groups for
families who are caring for their loved ones. A volunteer with the
Alzheimer’s Association for the last 10 years, Lisa has been part of its
Committee for the Walk to End Alzheimer’s as Chairperson and currently
their Mission Chair, and as an advocate and a Dementia Ambassador.
Lisa’s passion is working to bring awareness and education to the public
about Alzheimer ’s disease and sharing her determination that there is a
reason to hope for treatment and a cure. Lisa holds a Master’s Degree
in Social Work from Stony Brook University.
Event Type(s): Library Programs, Health and Wellness