Assistant Director, Strength-Based Programs
As assistant director of strength-based programs, Audette Rackley's current focus is impacting the broader Alzheimer’s community via online delivery of our strength-based program for early Alzheimer’s and spearheading an online research initiative targeting brain health for caregivers.
A member of the Center for BrainHealth® team since its inception in 1999, Audette's research has focused on optimizing function in Alzheimer’s disease, mild cognitive impairment and healthy aging.
After 10 years in corporate America, Audette returned to school to receive her master of science in communication disorders and sciences from The University of Texas at Dallas. She is a licensed speech language pathologist and has spoken at state and national conferences.
On AWARE Leadership 2021-2022 – Corresponding Secretary
2019 - Present
Dementia Friendly Dallas Leadership
2017 - 2018
Academy of Neurological Sciences and Disorders Best Practices Committee for Alzheimer's
2014 - 2019
Faculty Associate and Practicum Supervisor, The University of Texas at Dallas
2001 - 2002
Academy of Neurologic Communication Disorders and Sciences (ANCDS) Best Practices Committee for Alzheimer’s
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