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A Meaningful Life with Alzheimer's Disease 2022 - Shared screen with speaker view - Recording 1/2
Carter Jones, MSW
01:14:28
Is there any information about who is more likely to cognitively effected by having had COVID-19? Are these people who develop cognitive deficits already at risk of developing cognitive issues (vascular problems, advanced age, etc.)? Thank you!
Carter Jones, MSW
01:14:41
cognitively affected*
Donna MacDonald (she/her)
01:15:28
we will ask Dr. Vega that question, thank you
Karen May
01:16:51
good morning
Linda Bloom
01:22:27
Does post covid development of plaque in brain depend on the severity of covid symptoms? Mild/Severe?
Jean Barnas, MA (she/her), Alzheimer's Association
01:23:40
Great question, Linda. Dr. Vega will answer at the end. Thanks!
Jill Moore
01:25:14
Does Covid have an impact on menstrual cycles? I've 'heard' that it has thrown that system off as well.
Kwan-Ling
01:27:15
Will the slides of the presentations be available after the conference?
Donna MacDonald (she/her)
01:27:57
Yes, they will be sent to everyone directly following the presentation. The link is below as well.
Kwan-Ling
01:28:18
Great! Many thanks!
Donna MacDonald (she/her)
01:28:20
https://iog.wayne.edu/resources/2022_meaningful_life_with_alz_conf_book.pdf
Mary Janke
01:28:57
Are there studies that show a earlier onset of Alzheimers disease due to COVID-19?
Donna MacDonald (she/her)
01:29:33
Dr. Vega is just discussing now
gretchen & anthony
01:30:17
With regards to COVID and anxiety/depression, did this cause new mental health diagnosis and/or exacerbate prior mental health issues?
Marcia
01:40:12
what about the effect of covid on otherwise healthy people who are only older...80's
Susan Witus 21-508242-DM
01:43:11
If older adult contracts- which treatment is thought to be more effective - mono-clonal antibodies or that med that starts with P???Plav… (sorry, my memory stinks too!)
Marcia
01:43:43
for seniors who did not get covid, what is the effect of isolation
Marcia
01:44:47
did isolation and not getting covid still have a negative effect of predisposing people to alzheimer's
Allison Ilem, PhD, BCBA
01:45:04
Thank you for reviewing this research with us. We appreciate you sharing your expertise.
Andi Chapman
01:48:23
This was wonderful information. Thank you!
Tami Miles
01:48:32
Thank You for sharing your wealth of knowledge with us.
filekm
01:48:34
Thank you
Kerri Hough
01:48:36
Thank you, Dr. Vega!
Evie Lynn Breuer
01:48:37
Thank you!
Therese Maggioncalda
01:48:40
Thanks so much Dr. Vega!!
Stephanie Nava
01:48:40
Great Presentation Irving!
David Hind (he, him, his)
01:48:48
Thank you...this was very informative.