Coronavirus COVID-19 Information for the Memory and Aging Center Community

UCSF Memory and Aging Center Updates

As the COVID-19 outbreak expands, UCSF teams are actively monitoring and responding to the evolving situation. Our top priority is always the safety and well-being of our clinical and research communities.

The UCSF Memory and Aging Center Clinic is accepting referrals and providing clinical services via telehealth. Call us at 415.353.2057 if you have questions about an appointment. In the event of a life-threatening emergency, please call 911.

To participate in research and clinical trials, please contact the coordinator for the study of interest for the latest information regarding enrollment and ongoing visits.




Mientras la pandemia de COVID-19 expande, los equipos de UCSF están activamente monitorizando y respondiendo a la situación. Nuestra prioridad principal siempre es la seguridad y bienestar de nuestras comunidades clínicas y de investigación.

La Clínica del Centro de Memoria y Envejecimiento de UCSF están aceptando referidos y llevando a cabo servicios clínicos por medio de la telemedicina. Por favor, llamar al 415.502.7550 con preguntas sobre estas citas. En caso de una emergencia potencialmente fatal, llamar al 911.

Para participar en estudios de investigación o ensayos clínicos, comuníquese con la coordinadora del estudio de interés y podemos orientarle sobre la inscripción y las visitas en curso.

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Family Caregiver Webinar Series: Coping with Dementia Care During the Coronavirus Pandemic

These webinars are intended to provide education and support to family caregivers impacted by the coronavirus. The format is a half-hour presentation by members of the UCSF Memory and Aging Center’s (MAC) Behavior Task Force in partnership with family caregivers followed by a Q&A session. Session recordings are posted below.

Dementia Care During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Webinar Series for Family Caregivers and Professionals

These dementia care webinars are intended to provide practical information for family caregivers impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, and the professionals who support them. The webinars will be offered weekly on Wednesdays from noon to 1 p.m. (PDT) via Zoom and facilitated by members of the UCSF Memory and Aging Center’s (MAC) Behavior Task Force, in partnership with family caregivers and Institute on Aging. The format will be a 45-minute presentation followed by a Q&A session where questions from participants will be answered. Sessions will be recorded and made available here. One CE credit available for RNs, LCSWs, MFTs, LPCCs, LEPs and attorneys (see details below).

(Family Caregiver Webinar Series for Chinese Speakers)


日期 主題 演說者
Sat, April 25
3–4 p.m.

新冠病毒簡介: 臨床表徵、治療與預防方針

鄭文立 醫師
Fri, May 1
6–7 p.m.

新冠病毒簡介: 公衛方針與流病資訊

鄭皓元 醫師
鄭文立 醫師
Sat, May 9
3–5 p.m.


  • 演講:腦部健康的撇步
  • 如何隔空交心?


Michelle You & Diana Mei
Fri, May 15
6–7 p.m.


  • 資源
  • 預先護理計劃
  • 保護失智者患者


Michelle You & Diana Mei
Sat, May 23
3–4 p.m.


  • 保養腦部,我做到了嗎?
  • 如何全家一起保養腦部


鄭文立 醫師

Boon Lead Tee, MD, MSc

Fri, May 29
6–7 p.m.


  • 失智症的預防與預兆
  • 千面女郎般的失智症

鄭文立 醫師

Boon Lead Tee, MD, MSc