Webinar: Healthy Eating on a Budget for Older Adults with Dementia

Join us for a Facebook Live webinar on "Healthy Eating on a Budget for Older Adults with Dementia: What Caregivers Need to Know to Make it Work" presented by African-American Alzheimer's Caregiver Training and Support (ACTS2), Resources and Education for Aging, Community, and Health, along with the College of Social Work. 


  • Overview of Nutrition and Healthy Eating for Older Adults with Dementia
  • Menu Planning, Grocery Shopping Guidelines, and Preparing Nutritious Meals
  • Strategies for Lowering the Costs of Healthy Eating
  • Caregiver Tips in Negotiating Dietary Changes for Loved Ones with Dementia
  • Caregiver Skills Training and Support
  • Dementia Care Resources

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER or contact Tomeka Norton-Brown (tnnorton@fsu.edu) to receive your free workshop materials.


Afaf Qasem, MS, RDN, LDN
Director of Health Promotion, Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare

Laurie B. Osgood, MS
Family and Consumer Science Agent, UF/IFAS Gadsden County Extension Office

Tomeka Norton-Brown
ACTS2 Project Coordinator

@facebook.com/SupportACTS2 or www.ACTS2Project.org

Thursday, February 16 at 7:00pm to 8:15pm

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Diversity and Inclusion, Workshops & Seminars, Speakers & Lectures, Webinars, Free to the Public

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