Dr. Josephine Gomes is an Associate Professor in the Department of Family & Geriatric Medicine and is Board certified in Internal Medicine and in Geriatric Medicine. Her interview includes understanding the difference between Alzheimer's disease and Dementia in addition to recommendations on what to do should someone is concerned about memory loss for themselves or their loved one(s). As Medical Director of the Care Clinic and Brain Health service at the Optimal Aging Clinic, she also shares what we can do to improve our Brain health and ideas for family members taking care of a loved one with Dementia. Then Dr. Joseph G. D'Ambrosio discusses how behavioral health contributes to over-all well-being and quality of life for older adults. Our interview includes practical insights on how older adults can proactively maintain their mental and emotional well-being while embracing the concept of aging in place. As Director of Behavioral Health Dr. D’Ambrosio shares his thoughts on navigating life transitions with resilience and a positive mindset.