A Bridge-Building, Empowerment, Educational Summit  

Empowering Communities with Hope + Elevating Education + Erasing the Alzheimer’s Stigma 

for Caregivers + Healthcare Professionals + Faith Community   


Alzheimer’s is now the 6th leading cause of death in the United States. More than 5 million people are living with the disease killing more people than breast cancer and prostate cancer combined. 

The Alzheimer’s Triple E Summit is a one day and one evening inspirational, empowerment, educational summit focused on Alzheimer’s Disease and related Dementia and building bridges of hope throughout communities. The EEE Summit, unique in it’s creation and execution by an active Alzheimer’s Caregiver, is relatable and relationally connected to the language and needs of faith communities, healthcare professionals, and caregivers.  




The Alzheimer’s Summit with help to make a difference by: 

  • Impact lowering risk factors.
  • Increase comprehensive community-based support systems.
  •  Close diagnosis and treatment gaps.
  • Advance quality action toward cognitive brain improvement and overall health.
  • Develop partnerships that improve community systems and strategies between caregivers, healthcare professionals and faith communities    



Learn not yet revealed life-changing, applicable strategies, receive groundbreaking, relevant information and tools to elevate your knowledge, and erase the Alzheimer’s stigma. Minimize fear, change your thinking, improve quality of living, and giving care.

The Alzheimer’s Triple E Summit Mission

At it’s core, the Alzheimer’sTriple E Summit is designed to inspire faith, encourage hope, and empower through education.

Our mission is to share the sacrificial, life-changing experiences of caregivers and to bring forward groundbreaking, diverse research and relevant resources in order to impact and improve the quality of care/living, erase the Alzheimer’s stigma, and minimize fear.


The Triple E Summit is for anyone looking to elevate their knowledge about research and resources, to better equip themselves as a caregiver or healthcare provider, to empower themselves on their Alzheimers journey. 

  • Formal Caregivers
  • Physicians
  • Community Activists Advocates
  • Senior Providers
  • Family Caregivers
  • Nurses
  • Assisted Living
  • Heathcare System Administrators
  • Faith Leaders & Communities
  • Physical Therapists
  • Memory Care Providers

LEARN more + LIVE well + BE courageous + BECOME empowered

No matter what position or role played in your life intersecting with the crisis of this disease we invite you to join us in receiving knowledge and learning from experts that will help you make an impact on the lives of everyone affected or could be affected by Alzheimer’s one day


Deborah M. Jackson, a returning native of New Orleans is founder and Executive Director of Healed3DⓇ, Inc., and founder of the Courageous ClarityⓇ Movement. She is an Award-Winning International Speaker, Christian Minister, Author, and Entrepreneur. After a twenty-year tennis career, and a twenty year Corporate career with companies like Merck and Johnson and Johnson, Deborah had no idea how all prepared her for the most powerful assignment to date, caregiver to her mother Mercedes.  

Now six classes from completing her Master’s of Divinity (Regent University School of Divinity, Virginia Beach, VA), Deborah adds Jewelry Designer, Conference and Program Developer to her repertoire (The Ampelos True Vine Collection in collaboration with Aucoin Hart Jeweler’s New Orleans, and Caregiver’s Flourishing Foundation 4-R Retreats)

Deborah’s highest purpose is to allow her life and experiences to first glorify God, encourage others, and empower caregivers through the entirety of their journeys.  She has developed programs and addressed audiences for organizations like Xavier University, Alzheimer’s Association, AARP for The Louisiana Senate and Congress, eWomen International, City Church New Orleans, The National Junior League, Jack and Jill of America, and more.



  • Personal Alzheimer’s Caregiver Testimonials
  • Faith-Inspired Teaching
  • Caregiver Expertise
  • Alzheimer’s and Dementia Disease Knowledge
  • Memory Care and Assisted Living Transition
  • Estate Planning
  • Community Resources
  • Powerful Speakers
  • Clinical Expertise
  • Newest Research and Studies
  • In-Home Care
  • The Heart and Brain Connection
  • Life After Caregiving

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Deborah M. Jackson, B.S. (New Orleans, LA)
Founder Healed3D, Inc.
Speaker/Minister/Alzheimer's Caregiver

VIP Inspirational evening event (Friday)

Talk Title: The Parting Waters: Faith, Healing and Wholeness Disrupting Alzheimer’s Disease

Empowerment Day of Education (Saturday)

Talk Title: New Approaches to Progressing Caregiver/Family Health and Wholeness – Spirit, Soul and Body

Talk Title: Loving God with all your Mind

Deborah, a native of New Orleans, is the Founder and Executive Director of Healed3D, Inc, an award-winning speaker, ministry leader, educator, and author and is currently completing her Master’s of Divinity Studies with Regent University School of Divinity. After a twenty year Corporate career, by far her most treasured role is Alzheimer’s Caregiver to her mom.

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Norman Christopher Francis, Ph.D.
President Emeritus of Xavier University

VIP inspirational evening event (Friday Only)

Talk Title: Wisdom in Navigating the Journey of Alzheimer’s Disease

Dr. Norman Christopher Francis (born March 20, 1931 in Lafayette, Louisiana), is a former president of Xavier University of Louisiana. He served the position from 1968-2015 as the first lay (non-clergy) president of Xavier. … He is a recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Dr. Francis was an Alzheimer’s Caregiver to his wife Blanche through the entirety of her journey with Alzheimer’s spanning over 15 years while serving as President of Xavier, Husband and Father.    Francis’ thirty-four years as president is among the longest of any college president in the United States. Nelson Mandela, Bill Clinton, Bill Gates, Jesse Jackson and Pope John Paul II have come to New Orleans to commend Francis.


Mrs. Mary Jude Camiolo (Santa Rosa Beach, FL)

Mary Jude Camiolo (Florida) is a pianist and composer gracing people through piano and writing music since age twelve. She is particularly passionate about sharing her gifts to glorify God, love for children, the hurting and vulnerable to include the elderly and those living with Dementia. Mary retains a Music degree from the Mason Gross School of Arts in New Jersey. Her album Wren, released in March 2018 is gaining National recognition.

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Lyle E. Henderson (New Orleans, LA)
Gospel Artist/Radio Host

Lyle E. Henderson, known as the New Orleans Prince of Gospel, is a proud parent, Gospel Recording Artist, Radio Broadcaster, Minister and Stellar Nominee. He began singing when he was 5 years old, on a chair, in front of a national church convention audience at a General Assembly of The Church of the Living God. Lyle co-produced and recorded his first CD on the Rampart Street Music/Pinnacle Entertainment project called, “I Cannot Go Back,” in 1997. The CD sold upwards of 12,000 units and, while it is currently out of print, is still in demand.


Terrence D'Souza, MD, FAAN (New Orleans, LA)
Ochsner Healthcare System
Cognitive and Memory Disorders

Talk Title: The Impact of Lifestyle in Alzheimer’s Reversal

Dr. D’Souza has been part of the Oschner team since 2011 and specializes in memory disorders. He was trained in India and completed his internship at Charity Hospital in New Orleans. His residency was completed at Tulane University, and he is Board Certified in Neurology. He has worked previously with Dr. Richard Strub at Tulane in Memory Disorders and helped direct the Sleep Center and Epilepsy Center at Tulane.

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Dr. Jeffrey Keller, Ph.D. (Baton Rouge, LA)
Founder/Director LSU's Pennington Biomedical Institute for Dementia Research and Prevention

Talk Title: Managing Alzheimer’s and Related Dementias

Founder and Director of the IDRP and Principle Investigator of all IDRP studies at LSU. He received his BS and PhD from the University of Kentucky and maintains primary interests in clinical work focused on finding treatments for Mild Cognitive Impairment and Alzheimer’s disease, and the development of evidence based dementia caregiver programs.


Dr. Daniel Potts, MD, FAAN (Tuscaloosa, AL)
Attending Neurologist Tuscaloosa, AL Veterans Affairs Medical Center
Author/Alzheimer's Caregiver

Talk Title: Lester’s Legacy: Finding Art in Alzheimer’s and Managing Expectations

Dr. Potts is the Founder of Cognitive Dynamics. He is also a board certified Fellow of the American Academy of Neurology, storyteller, general neurologist with special interest in dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, geriatric neurology, caregiving, the humanities and the expressive arts.

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Mrs. Ellen Potts, MBA (Tuscaloosa, LA)
Executive Director Habitat for Humanity
Alzheimer's Caregiver

Talk Title: Caregiver Guilt and Decisions No One Wants to Make

Ellen Woodward Potts co-authored the book, A Pocket Guide for the Alzheimer’s Caregiver, with her husband, neurologist Daniel C. Potts, M.D. out of their experience with eight family members with various forms of dementia.  She was named one of Maria Shriver’s “Architects of Change,” and speaks frequently on positive ways to deal with the behavioral issues care partners face in dealing with their loved ones with various forms of dementia. 


Vicki Williams

Mrs. Vikki Wells Sims

Panelist Facilitator 

Healed 3D, Inc – Education / Counseling Director

Brittney M. Williams, LLMSW Medical Case Manager

Brittney Williams, LLMSW (Detroit, MI)

Case Manager, Millennial Alzheimer’s Caregiver 

Talk Title: The Escalating Role of Millennials in Alzheimer’s Caregiving


Mrs. Elizabeth R. Reinert, BS, MEd (Mobile, AL)

Project Manager, Dementia Friendly Mobile

Ambassador/Alzheimer’s Caregiver

Talk Title: Contemplative Care: Becoming a Caregiver Detective

Dr. Daniel Potts (Tuscaloosa, AL)

Panel Talk Title: A Man and His Family – a Gift, Place and Mission

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Mrs. Ellen Potts (Tuscaloosa, AL)

Panel Talk Title: Facility Care


Dr. Jeffrey Keller (Baton Rouge, LA)

Panel Talk Title: My TK3: The Technological Evolution in Managing Dementias through Online Software Tools

Cathy Green Minor

Mrs. Cathy Green-Miner, LPC-S, NCC (New Orleans, LA)

Owner Talk Therapy, LLC – New Orleans, LA

Talk Title: Incorporating Integrative Services in Comprehensive Caregiver Health Paradigm


Sontra Carmouche,  M.S.W., L.M.S.W (New Orleans, LA)

Director New Orleans Council on Aging

Talk Title: Optimizing the Resources of Council on Aging New Orleans

Educating the community at large on the vulnerabilities and needs – assessment of seniors and aging population

This activity has been submitted to the Louisiana State Nurse’s Association, the Louisiana State Board of Social Work, and the Louisiana State Board of Physical Therapy, for approval to award contact hours.


Friday 11/9/18 (Cocktail Attire)

5-6pm – Registration

5-10pm – VIP Only

Saturday, 11/10/18 (Business Casual Attire)

8-9am – Registration | receive welcome totes

11-11:25am – Vendor visits & exhibits

12:30-1:30pm  – Break for lunch &  vendor visits

1:30-5:15pm – Afternoon/Evening sessions

Session & Panel Topics Include: 

  • My alzheimer’s caregiving journey
  • Powering up your faith; THE PARTING WATERS
  • Alzheimer’s and other dementia’s training
  • Bringing art to life
  • Groundbreaking cognitive research
  • Identifying managing and preventing dementia in the elderly
  • Facility Care: The things no one wants to discuss
  • The impact of alzheimer’s (community, city, country)
  • Caregiver guilt
  • Estate planning
  • Caregiver support systems
  • Learning how to manage behaviors


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The Triple E Alzheimer’s Summit also known as the Nola Alzheimer’s Summit will be held in New Orleans, LA the venue will be announced soon.

The Triple E Alz Summit starts on Friday November 9th, 2018, with the VIP Inspirational Evening Event

No, the VIP Event is separate with a different fee but those attending VIP and Saturday’s Empowerment Sessions will also receive VIP special seating on Saturday

We will not be streaming the content of the Summit live.

Respite care is not available for 2018. We are working on being able to provide respite care options for 2019.

Lunch is included in the cost. However, break snacks will not be provided.

Although tickets are non-refundable, you’re more than welcome to transfer your ticket to a friend. The deadline to transfer tickets is October 17th, 2018.

Business casual. 

Yes. Please email: [email protected] for a vendor application.

Sort of.  There will be q&a sessions at the end of each speaker talk and panel discussion. In addition, breaks are built into the day allowing time for visiting exhibits, vendor tables and engaging in brief communication with speakers.

Deborah will be hosting an optional short prayer session at the end of the Summit (no additional charge). The only day Deborah will be speaking is at the VIP Inspirational Event on Friday night. This will be the most likely place to interact with her considering the jam packed empowerment sessions all day on Saturday.

The goal of the summit is to deliver expert-driven courses and life-changing inspirational sessions that will exceed everyone’s expectation and meet educational goals all at the same time. As a result, time is limited. Events are currently in planning stages now to meet the specific needs of more one-on-one interaction.

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