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Session Description: The global costs of dementia will exceed $700 billion dollars by 2020. There is much to be gained from a sharing of resources and professional expertise from an international perspective. This session brings together seven interprofessional academicians and practitioners from the Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, Slovenia, Lithuania, and the United States to discuss best practice models in dementia care in various care environments and outline ongoing challenges and new research initiatives shared from across the Atlantic.
Compare the interprofessional care delivery system for ADRD in Central Europe, Eastern Europe and the United States.
Discuss the best practices used in Central Europe, Eastern Europe and the United States for ADRD care within the interprofessional community environment.
Describe the unique challengers and common challenges in financing ADRD care in Central Europe, Eastern Europe and the United States.
Outline successful research initiatives in interprofessional care delivery for individuals with ADRD.