In Partnership WIth:



Thank you for a successful Alzheimer’s EEE Summit 2022.
EEE is a Nationally Nurse Accredited Summit and Louisiana Accredited Summit for Social Workers offering up to 15.75 CE’s. EEE2022 content will soon be available here for educational purposes. 

What is the Alzheimer's Triple E Summit?

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 2022 Alzheimer’s Triple E Summit is a two day virtual educational, empowerment, and inspirational summit focused on Alzheimer’s and related Dementia’s, Dementia-Caregiving and building bridges of hope throughout communities. The EEE Summit, unique in it’s creation and execution by an Alzheimer’s Caregiver, is relatable and relationally connected to the language and needs of faith communities, healthcare professionals, and caregivers

What you will Receive:

Who is this for

The Triple E Summit is for nursing professional such as nurse practitioners, CNA’s, etc.  and social workers pursuing continuing education, caregivers, faith leaders and the general public interested in Alzheimer’s and Dementia-related evidence-based, solution-focused education and inspiration.

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.

Featured Speakers

Fayron Epps

Fayron Epps, Ph.D., RN

Demetrius M. Maraganore

Demetrius M. Maraganore, MD, FAAN

Deborah (1)

Deborah M. Jackson, MDiv


Chef Heather Nace, RD, LDN


Brian LeBlanc

Learn why ground-breaking research is expanding exponentially in the direction of comprehensive and holistic approaches. While HC3D’s vision is a better life for caregivers, its commitment will remain focused on community. To do that, closing the gap of Alzheimer’s and Dementia-related education must be a top priority for any person or entity touching a person and/or family member connected to the disease.

2022 Conference Speakers

Theresa Pham

Theresa Pham, MPH

Subject - In the time of Covid-19: Caregiving and Quality of Life among Vietnamese Americans in New Orleans​

Annie Trinh

NhuNgoc Pham, MPH

Subject - In the time of Covid-19: Caregiving and Quality of Life among Vietnamese Americans in New Orleans​

Mai Do

Mai Do, MD, DrPH, MPH

Subject - In the time of Covid-19: Caregiving and Quality of Life among Vietnamese Americans in New Orleans​

Maureen Rulison

Maureen Rulison

Subject - A Message to My Future Care Partners on Living and Dying My Way.

Cathy Green Miner

Cathy Green Miner, LPC-S, NCC, BC-TMH

Subject - Caring for the Caregiver: Alzheimer’s and Dementia in the Family and Community

Alex Cole Birdsill

Alex Cole Birdsill, PhD

Subject - Cognitive Activities for Brain Health​

Rebecca Solch

Rebecca Solch, PhD

Subject - Nutrition and Cognitive Health

Lynda Everman, BA and Don Wendorf

Lynda Everman &
Don Wendorf, Psy.D.

Subject - Personhood, Empathy, and the Expressive Arts with Persons Living with Dementia

Ellen Potts

Ellen Potts, MBA

Subject - Complexities of Care Facility Transitions and Hospice: What Healthcare Professionals and Caregivers Need to Know

Demetrius M. Maraganore

Demetrius M. Maraganore, MD, FAAN

Subject - Preventing Cognitive Decline and Dementia

Daniel Potts

Daniel Potts, MD, FAAN

Subject - Basics and Clinical Update on Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementia’s AND the Impact of Covid 19 on Alzheimer’s Patients/Families

Subject - Creative Arts and Dementia: A Transformative Approach to Treatment and Care

Fayron Epps

Fayron Epps, Ph.D., RN, FAAN

Subject - Promoting Dementia Awareness in AA Faith Communities

Glenna S. Brewster Glasgow

Glenna S. Brewster Glasgow, Ph.D., RN, FNP-BC

Subject - Understanding and Managing Persons Living with Cognitive Impairment and Care Partners’ Sleep Disturbance

Bishop Kenneth L. Carder

Bishop Kenneth L. Carder, DMin

Subject - From Symptoms to Story: Dementia Through a Theological Lens


Brian LeBlanc

Subject - Laughter: A Tool for Care Partner Resilience and Navigating Tough Times.

Subject - A Message to My Future Care Partners on Living and Dying My Way..

Deborah (1)

Deborah M. Jackson

Subject - WHO (World Health Organization) Update The State of Alzheimer’s and Dementia Caregiving

Subject - Caregiver Relief Grant: The Economic Impact of Caregiving

Subject - Caregiver Respite: A Better Life for Caregivers

Paul Colombo

Paul Colombo, Ph.D.

Subject - Music-based Interventions for Prevention and Treatment of Dementia.


Hannah Kaufman

Subject - WHO Global Status Report on the Public Health Response to Dementia


Chef Heather Nace

Subject - The Power of Culinary Medicine: Food as Medicine

Live Demonstration - Food as Medicine Cooking Demonstration


Jeremy D. Cohen, Ph.D.

Subject - The Physiological, Behavioral and Brain Health Effects of Mindfulness and Meditation

Sessions & Panel Topics Include:


Featured music by: Mary Camiolo

(Nashville, TN) Musician/Pianist/Composer

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

Award-Winning International Speaker, Christian Minister, Author, and Entrepreneur

Deborah M. Jackson, a returning native of New Orleans is founder and Executive Director of HC3D™, Inc. (Helping Caregivers) She is an Award-Winning International Speaker, Christian Minister, Author, and Entrepreneur. She had no idea how her twenty-year tennis career and corporate careers with Merck and Johnson and Johnson would one day prepare her for the most important assignment of her life – the care of her mother Mercedes.  

After having completed her Master of Divinity from Regent University School of Divinity, and pursuing her licensure of Mental Health Counseling, and Certified Pastoral Education for Chaplaincy, Deborah adds Jewelry Designer, Conference and Program Developer to her repertoire.

Deborah’s highest purpose is to allow her life and experiences to first glorify God, encourage others, and empower caregivers through her life experiences.  She has developed programs and addressed audiences at Tulane University, 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.



No planners or faculty for this activity disclosed financial relationships with ineligible companies”

    Your Cart
    Your cart is emptyReturn to Shop