At EdenHill Communities, we pride ourselves on being the thought leader among Memory Care providers in Central Texas. We aim to serve as the go-to educational resource center, offering support and education to individuals with memory loss and caregivers throughout the community.

On October 22, 2020, we will be hosting our second annual Alzheimer’s Symposium. Keep reading for all the details on this free event. You can also find information or reserve a spot on the event page here.


Through this event, we will connect attendees with community leaders in memory care. Our Alzheimer’s Symposiumis an educational gathering where you will gain valuable insights and support from an expert team of memory care specialists.

We have also partnered with local businesses whose services range from financial planning and legal support, to health-related experts.

The Second Annual Alzheimer’s Symposium will take place on October 22, 2020 at McKenna Events Center from 9:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. Due to the constraints of COVID-19, in-person attendance will be limited and reservation will be required. You can secure your spot with free tickets here.


We have limited capacity for in-person attendance so we are offering this event virtually! Get all the content, have your questions answered in real time, and do it all from the comfort of your own home.

RSVP for virtual attendance to stay in the loop and receive the invitation for viewing.


This year we will have three speakers covering topics from Alzheimer’s basics, to how the brain reacts to stress and anxiety as well as caregiving during COVID.


Meredith Patterson, RN has 25 years of experience in brain health. She is a consultant, author and public speaker.


Dr. Mark Burns is a board certified geriatric psychiatrist, adjunct professor of  psychiatry at UT Health, San Anotonio and serves as a consulting physician for EdenHill Communities.

Dianne M. Teran is a licensed master social worker with close to 20 years in the field of aging. Dianne now serves as the program manager with Alzheimer’s Association, San Antonio & South Texas.


For our in-person attendance, masks will be mandatory and the seating area will be socially distanced. We will also have limited capacity which will reflect state and local mandates. When you arrive, we will conduct temperature screening at the door and sanitizing stations will be present throughout the event.


Whether you’re attending in person or tuning in virtually, you’ll find connection, compassion, and community. We can’t wait to see you there.