Lucie Arbuthnot, PhD, is a leading authority on the lifestyle and medical strategies for reducing the risk of memory loss and Alzheimer’s disease. Lucie Arbuthnot is the co-author of the Alzheimer’s Association’s popular Maintain Your Brain program, which has reached over 25,000 audience members. Lucie Arbuthnot is also the creator of numerous programs tailored to the specific interests of professional organizations and to the concerns of the general public.
Few speakers are better qualified to inform and motivate audiences about issues of memory loss and Alzheimer’s disease. Dr. Arbuthnot‘s talks combine the rigors of scientific research with the compassionate insights of a daughter who cared for her mother with Alzheimer’s disease. She is an acclaimed speaker at national and regional conferences for healthcare professionals (American Health Care Association, American Public Health Association, American Society on Aging, Canadian Association on Gerontology) and for the general public (AARP, the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, and many “healthy aging” conferences).
Audiences delight in Dr. Arbuthnot‘s infectious enthusiasm and sense of humor. Dr. Arbuthnot‘s client list has included Fortune 500 companies (AT&T, Ford Motor Company, Hewitt Associates, Sony Corporation) and non-profit organizations (American Red Cross, Area Agencies on Aging, Hospice, YMCA), among many others. She is a former faculty member at the University of Minnesota (voted “Teacher of the Year” for teaching excellence) and Vassar College. She earned her graduate degrees from New York University and the University of Chicago.
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