Effective March 13, 2020
The health and safety of our volunteers, staff and all of our constituents are our top priority as we continue to pursue our mission.
Given the evolving nature of COVID-19 and based on the guidance from the Ohio Health Department and the CDC, our Columbus and Delaware offices will be closed until further notice, our staff will be working remotely.
In addition, we will be postponing or moving upcoming events/meetings to a virtual setting. Please check this site reguarly as we will continue to provide you with updated information as we work through changes.
If you should have questions regarding an upcoming event not listed below please email Tiffany at email@example.com
Questions about Alzheimer's and COVID-19? Please visit our Coronavirus (COVID-19): Tips for Dementia Caregivers page.
We will continue to provide our free care consulations via phone. Please contact Melissa Rouse, RN at 614.643.2135 or firstname.lastname@example.org
All regularly scheduled Support Groups starting March, 13 until further notice will move to a virtual setting. Please stay tuned for more details.
The Willow Brook Support Group scheduled for April 9 will not take place at its regular scheduled location. We will be moving to a virtual setting soon.
Asbury Caregiver support group on March 17 will not take place at its regular scheduled location. We will be moving to a virtual setting soon.
In the interim, please join our online community board or call our 24/7 free Helpline at 800.272.3900
All regularly scheduled education programs starting March 13 will move to a virtual setting. Please stay tuned for more details.
In the interim, please check out our online education
All Day Out Club meetings at Willow Brook are suspended through May 4.
Memories in the Making Columbus classes are suspended until further notice.
Memories in the Making Delaware classes are suspended until further notice.
Movement for Memory classes are suspended through April 1.
In the interim, please visit our Live Well online resource center for those living with early stage Alzheimer's.
State Advocacy Day
Based on the guidance from Governor Mike DeWine, state and local public health agencies, the Alzheimer's Association Ohio Advocacy Day, originally planned for April 21, 2020, will be rescheduled. We have suspended registration for this event at this time and will send email notification once registration reopens.
Even though our State Advocacy Day will be rescheduled, we will still look at options for advocates to engage members of the Ohio General Assembly through social media, email and other methods. We will send further details regarding this in the coming weeks.
If you have any questions, or would like to view updated event and meeting information please visit us online at alz.org or follow our Twitter updates @AlzAdvocacyOH
All planned committee meetings starting March 13 will move to a virtual setting. A staff member will connect directly with committees with further details.
We appreciate your understanding and patience during this unprecentented time. We will continue to serve you to the best of our abilities and are here for you always through our 24/7 helpline at 800.272.3900 and here online. Please do not hesitate to contact our staff for additional support.
Breakthrough Benefit - postponed till Spring 2021
RivAlz - postponed date pending
If you are interested in providing support for this event please visit Rivalzcolumbus.com
There are no plans at this time to postpone the following events. However, we will continue to monitor the recommendations of the Ohio Health Department, the CDC and Governor DeWine and evaluate accordingly.
The Longest Day - June 20
If you are intersted in participating or supporting this event please visit alz.org/tld
The Walk to End Alzheimer's
Delaware - August 29
Circleville - September 12
Columbus - September 27
Marion - October 3
If you are interested in participating or supporting your local walk please visit alz.org/walk