The Montefiore Hudson Valley CEAD welcomes the participation of Hudson Valley providers who share its goal to expand access to high quality screening and diagnostic services for individuals with Alzheimer’s Disease and related dementias and to connect them and their caregivers to support services.
Our clinical experts stand ready to offer providers the latest evidence-based tools and guidelines to help them assess and diagnose their patients and develop comprehensive care plans, and are available for consultations about difficult and complex cases and suggestions for specialty referrals if needed.
We also offer in-person and electronic training programs and grand rounds on a number of different topics and for a variety of clinical specialties.
The Montefiore-Einstein Center for the Aging Brain holds a monthly case conference from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on the first or second Wednesday of each month. The conferences, for which CME credits are available, are held in the Price Building on the Albert Einstein College of Medicine campus in the Bronx, but can also be joined electronically. The upcoming conference schedule is available here. To participate, please register by sending an email to MontefioreCEAD@montefiore.org with the subject line Case Conference and the date of the conference you want to join. We will send you the log-in and CME information. Please include your specialty and practice information in the email message.
For information about the CEAD’s services, training opportunities and screening tools and clinical guidelines, click here and fill out the information request form or send an email with your practice information to MontefioreCEAD@montefiore.org
Dr. Jessica Zwerling, the Project Director of the Montefiore CEAD, and several other CEAD and Montefiore clinicians have been featured in three Public Health Live clinical education programs produced by the Center for Public Health Continuing Education (CPHCE) of the School of Public Health at the State University at Albany.
Click here to view “The Clinical and Cultural Challenges of Dementia in African American and Hispanic Communities.”
Click here to view “Alzheimer's Disease and the Importance of Accurate Death Reporting.”
Click here to view “Sex, Guns and Driving: Considerations in Dementia Care.”
A list of New York State Department of Health resources for providers can be accessed here.
Click here to view “A guide for caregivers of patients with COVID-19.”