BCM Media

The BCM Media page is intended to provide our patients, families, caregivers, and the public information about our clinician's presentations, dates of events, information (educational videos) about Alzheimer's disease and related dementias, and blogs/notifications about our center. Stay tuned as we add more media postings.

June 3, 2019

Education is part of our core mission here at Boston Center for Memory.

"Boston Center for Memory's core mission is to provide: 1) education for patient's, families/caregivers, and professionals 2) multi-specialty treatment utilizing a treatment team approach 3) follow up care to meet the patients and family/caregiver's needs, and 4) research to provide better diagnostics for det...

March 20, 2019

A Possible Alzheimer’s Treatment With Clicks and Flashes? It Worked on Mice - Researchers hope the techniques can be applied to help people with Alzheimer’s.

Could people’s eyes and ears help fix the damage Alzheimer’s disease does to the brain? Just by looking at flashing light and listening to flickering sound? We are pleased to be the site conducting the clinical trials in gamm...

December 23, 2018

Happy holidays everyone! Just a reminder, we are closed until after the new year. We hope everyone is enjoying this holiday season. #teambcm💙 #happyholidays2018 #happynewyear #2019

December 19, 2018

We are so proud of the hard work, care, and support this group has provided for our patients and families. We cannot thank them enough for all they do every day in clinical care and research. We are grateful for this wonderful staff.

Wishing everyone a wonderful holiday season and happy new year!


December 5, 2018

Dr. Paul Solomon visited Centerpoint Advisors for a breakfast event on September 25th, 2018 to review the recent developments and treatments of Alzheimer’s Disease.

To read more about Dr. Solomon's visit, click here.

For the full video, click here.

November 30, 2018

👍👍 to memory screens! Why is memory screening so important for our overall health? Well folks, a lot of things change as we age and our memory does too! Just as it is important to screen for cancer, blood pressure, cholesterol, diabetes, etc.....it is equally important to screen for memory disorders. 🧠💙 Did you know that memory screens are now part of the welcome to Medicare...

September 29, 2018

The Alzheimer's Association, MA/NH Chapter offers educational programs for families and individuals facing Alzheimer's, as well as community members and healthcare professionals. Programs range from basic introductory material to in-depth multi-part sessions and brain health information. We also offer resources, publications, and videos that can be helpful to those facing Alzheim...

September 28, 2018

Please read this terrific op-ed piece from Alzheimer's advocate Maria Shriver.

Whenever I present in the community, I always talk about things we can do that are within our control. This includes, "diagnosing & detecting early, learning about Alzheimer's disease research and participating, and telling others!" Please see my favorite part of her piece below:

"Make calls, knock on...

June 10, 2018

We had a full house at Springhouse Senior Living today! We had a packed day of memory screens, which tells us that people are understanding more that early detection is crucial in the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease. Thank you to Springhouse, Karen, and Nancy for their hospitality and support of our brain health initiative.

June 5, 2018

Mark you calendar and join Dr. Vassey as she speaks on a very important topic: Advances in Alzheimer's Disease Research.

Recent developments allow us to detect the pathology of Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) and Alzheimer's disease (AD) before there are any symptoms. We can treat this pathology with vaccines and other medications that has the potential to slow the progression of...

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