Join staff from the Banner Sun Health Research Institute 1:30 to 3 p.m. Jan. 30 at the facility, 10515 W. Santa Fe Drive, Sun City, for a free event discussing the difference between dementia and reversible pseudo-dementias.

Delirium is a medical condition that results in confusion and other disruptions in memory, thinking and behavior, including changes in perception, attention, mood and activity level. Drug interactions and delirium are often confused with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Join the discussion to learn how to identify the differences.

To register, call 623-832-3248; seating is limited.

Since 1986, Banner Sun Health Research Institute, part of nonprofit Banner Health, has been a leader nationally and internationally in the effort to find answers to disorders of aging including Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. The institute, together with its Arizona Alzheimer’s Consortium partners, has been designated by the National Institutes of Health as one of just 29 Alzheimer’s Disease Centers in the nation. The institute’s Cleo Roberts Center for Clinical Research takes laboratory discoveries to clinical trials that foster hope for new treatments. Banner Health is Arizona’s leading health care provider and second largest private employer. For more information, visit