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Dementia Care Collaborative

“Persons living with dementia and their caregivers face new challenges each step of the journey. The Dementia Care Collaborative supports patients and caregivers by offering education, support and guidance during each stage of the illness.”

-Dr. Christine RitchieDirector

Mission and Vision

The Massachusetts General Hospital Dementia Care Collaborative is committed to improving the experience of patients and families living with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias by changing the way our healthcare system understands and treats these individuals. A resource for patients, families, and clinicians, the Dementia Care Collaborative provides comprehensive education, clinical co-management services, and emotional and social support to all navigating the complex journey of dementia.

The Dementia Care Collaborative has been funded by the generosity of supporting individuals and foundations including the Jack Satter Foundation and The Bresky Foundation since its inception in 2017. Please give today to support our mission to transform memory care.

Meet the Team

Christine Ritchie, MD MSPH
Director
Susan Rowlett, LICSW
Program Director
Barbara Moscowitz, LICSW
Founder and Associate Director of Education and Support
Christopher Wight, LCSW
Caregiver Support Program
Judy Willett, MSW
Senior Project Manager
Norie Mozzone
Program Coordinator
Gabrielle Rex, NP
Memory Care Program
Kelsey Anderson, LCSW
Memory Care Program
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