Susan Frick, MSW, has worked at the Rush Alzheimer's Disease Center for 12 years. She helps coordinate a variety of training programs for staff of residential care facilities who work with people who have Alzheimer's disease. She co-facilitates Without Warning, a monthly support group for individuals and families who live with early onset Alzheimer's. She also works with patients and families in the Rush Memory Clinic. Susan received her undergraduate degree, in psychology and sociology, from Elmhurst College and her master's degree in Social Work from Loyola University of Chicago. She has presented at many national and local conferences and has worked in the field of Alzheimer's disease since 1987.