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#MyBrain #StillAlice photo gallery
Celebrate someone you love who has Alzheimer’s or dementia by sharing a photo with #MyBrain and #Still [INSERT NAME] on social media!
Changing the Course of Alzheimer's Disease
Learn more about how a treatment by 2025 can save lives and dollars


The Longest Day
What will you do to fight Alzheimer's on June 21?
Chapter Calendar
Find an education program, support group or upcoming event near you
2nd annual Brain Ball
Join us on May 8 for this exciting event!
Advocacy Forum March 23-25
Your advocacy today can help us make history tomorrow. Join us!
Rock 'n' Roll DC Marathon
Saturday, March 14. Sign up today!
Free dementia training for professionals
Several training opportunities this spring for Virginia professional caregivers


Online Caregiver Center
Info on daily care, safety, behaviors, care options and more
Early Stage Services
Newly diagnosed? We're here to help
Caregiver action plan
Use our free online tool to map out a customized plan
Alzheimer's Association TrialMatch
Learn more about participating in a clinical trial


Alzheimer's Association

Our vision is a world without Alzheimer's
Formed in 1980, the Alzheimer's Association is the world's leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care, support and research.