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Explore caregiving wisdom at the Regional Conference on Aging

John Deangelis

PCA is thrilled to announce a special presentation by Dr. Allison J. Applebaum, Ph.D., FAPOS, at the upcoming Regional Conference on Aging. Dr. Applebaum, a renowned expert in the field of caregiving, will be sharing her insights in a presentation titled:

“Stand By Me: Lessons Learned as a Family Caregiver and Caregiving Scientist”
Date: Wednesday, October 23
Time: 1:30-3:30 p.m.

About Dr. Allison J. Applebaum:

Dr. Allison J. Applebaum is an associate attending psychologist at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK) in New York City and an associate professor of psychology in the psychiatry department at Weill Cornell Medicine. She is the founding director of the Caregivers Clinic at MSK, which offers comprehensive psychosocial care to caregivers of cancer patients.

Dr. Applebaum’s research focuses on developing and disseminating psychosocial interventions for cancer caregivers. She explores the impact of caregiver well-being, prognostic awareness, and communication skills on advance care planning. Her prolific work includes over 100 publications and the textbook “Cancer Caregivers.” Her latest book, “Stand By Me: A Guide to Navigating Modern, Meaningful Caregiving”, further establishes her as a leading voice in caregiving science.

Join us to gain valuable insights from Dr. Applebaum’s extensive experience and research in caregiving. This presentation will be one of many insightful discussions concerning older adult issues this October 22-24 at PCA.

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