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Family Caregiver Education Events                                                 

Family Orientation - All orientations are free, however registration is required. Call 800.272.3900 to register. Classes may not be held if there are not enough registrations. Orientations are relevant for family caregivers after diagnosis through the middle stage of dementia. Each participant will receive the chapter's local resource manual, Getting Started. Family and friends of the diagnosed only, please. Orientation Schedule

Caregiver Classes -  Pre-registration is requested so that sufficient materials are available. Call 800.272.3900 or email to express interest in our programs. Class Schedule.

Support groups, including those for people with early stage Alzheimer's, are also taking place each month.


FUNdraisers and Social Events                                                        

If you are having a fundraiser to benefit the Alzheimer's Association, please email so we can add it to the list!


TBA - Send in your fundraisers to


YAAA! (Young Professionals Group) Peninsula/Williamsburg Monthly Meeting
March 27 - Monthly Meeting/Social (Peninsula), 6 p.m. Newport News YMCA. Confirm attendance to


TBA - Send in your fundraisers to


YAAA's 4th Annual Black Tie Bowling & Silent Auction
March 29- AMF Chesapeake Lanes, 112 Medical Parkway E, Chesapeake. Food, music, dancing, bowling, silent auction and more! This event is by the chapter’s YAAA! Group. Ages 21+. Email for more information or for sponsorship information. View pictures from 2013 - Album  
Register Now - Early Bird Special! 


Homemade Cupcake Fundraiser
Kimberly Phelps is using the skills her grandmother taught her to raise money for her Walk to End Alzheimer’s team. She is baking cupcakes in memory of her grandmother, Dorothy Jane Athey Nance, who passed away from Alzheimer’s disease. To order cupcakes call Kimberly at 641-1310 or email her for a list of cupcake flavors: More info.  Must pick up order near downtown Suffolk. Flyer.

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