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On Monday evening, October 17th, 2016, at their fifteenth annual Founders’ Awards Dinner, Colonie Senior Service Centers will award Dr. Richard F. Holub The Ann Marie Sheehy Bright Horizons Award. This award honors those in our community who reflect the commitment, vision and leadership exemplified by the Founders of Colonie Service Centers. The event is open to the public. Questions and event information may be obtained from Karmel DeStefano, Development Director, at (518) 459-2857 ext. 304 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Holub's presentation focused on Normal Aging, Memory Disorders, Alzheimer's Disease and "Your Health". As is typical with all his presentations, Dr. Holub addressed numerous questions posed by members of the audience. The opportunity for free memory screenings administered by professionals from Dr. Holub's office staff was also afforded to all interested attendees.
If you have interest in attending one of Dr. Holub's future presentations, please call the office at 518 426 0575 and ask to have your name placed on a contact list to be advised of upcoming presentations open to the public. If you would like to have a complimentary cognitive screening without delay, you may call the same number and request an appointment at our office.
On his Saturday, March 19th weekly radio show “Life Happens” attorney Lou Pierro will have Dr. Richard Holub, a noted Alzheimer’s disease researcher, as his guest. The program airs live 11AM to 12 PM on WGY 810 AM and 103.1 FM. The program will consist of an open and enlightening discussion on how to be prepared when the unthinkable happens, what treatments are available, what research has shown about a possible cure and the latest drug trials. Also learn what legal steps can be taken to prepare, as well as what to do if Alzheimer’s catches you by surprise. Calls will be taken throughout the program.
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