The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center’s Oklahoma Dementia Care Network in collaboration with the Choctaw Nation and Oklahoma City-County Health Department, has scheduled an informal meeting to discuss brain health and related factors in American Indian communities. The virtual event will be held from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m., March 31.
Caregivers of individuals living with dementia are encouraged to participate. Participants will learn about available resources to help manage brain health, with emphasis on community health workers as brain health resources in American Indian communities in Oklahoma City.
Those who attend the town hall will be eligible to engage in a voluntary question and answer session, which will contribute to research being conducted on brain health in underserved communities in Oklahoma. The same resources and information are provided to all attendees, regardless of participation in the study.
Keith L. Kleszynski, Ph.D., assistant professor of research in the Section of Geriatric Medicine, at the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, leads the study and may be reached at (405) 271-8558 or
To register, call 1-800-272-3900, or visit A link to join the Zoom meeting will be sent to registered participants on the day of the event.

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