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SPECIAL EVENTS

Join the 2018 TD Five Boro Bike tour on May 6
The Alzheimer’s Association New York City Chapter has joined with Bike New York and the 2018 TD Five Boro Bike Tour as an official charity partner http://bit.ly/2CIFgWJ. As an Alzheimer’s Association rider, you will receive guaranteed entry into the race as well as fundraising guidance and incentives prizes such as an athletic race shirt and water bottle. All Bike Tour participants must meet a fundraising minimum of $1,000. For more information on how to join the 2018 TD Five Boro Bike Tour on the Alzheimer’s Association team email Lucy DeNardo at ldenardo@alz.org or call 646.793.4862.


Registration is open for the 2018 United Airlines NYC Half Marathon
The NYC Chapter is an official charity partner of the 13.1 mile Half Marathon on Sunday, March 18, led by a talent-packed roster of American and international elites. Spaces are limited. All participants must meet a fundraising minimum of $1,750. For more information, contact: Lucy DeNardo at ldenardo@alz.org or 646.793.4862. Once confirmed, you will have guaranteed entry into the race, fundraising guidance and incentive prizes.

NEWS RELEASES

9.19.2017
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9.12.2017
Recognizing and Relieving Sandwich Generation Caregivers Stress

9.6.2017
Alzheimer’s Association invites Harlem residents to the join the fight to end Alzheimer’s

9.2017
Alzheimer’s Association® announces new national and NYC - based research grants

7.20.2017
The Alzheimer's Association International Conference® 2017 Research Focuses on Lifestyle, Risk Reduction, Improved Diagnosis and Early Detection

6.12.2017
Four New York City landmarks will go purple in June in honor of Alzheimer's & Brain Awareness Month

6.12.2017
Governor Cuomo Proclaims June 2017 As Alzheimer's & Brain Awareness Month

6.12.2017
African-Americans in New York City are two times more likely than white Americans to have Alzheimer's disease

6.05.17
Tips to Tackle Family Tension Around Alzheimer’s disease

6.01.17
New Alzheimer’s Association Survey Reveals Dramatic impact of Alzheimer’s Disease on Families



5.08.17
Honoring Mother's Day When Mom Has Alzheimer's



5.04.17
Diverse and growing Hispanic/Latino populations in New York City share a common risk: Alzheimer's disease


5.03.17
Las poblaciones diversas y crecientes de hispanos/latinos en la Ciudad de Nueva York comparten un riesgo común: la enfermedad de Alzheimer


4.24.17
Why I volunteer: Brooklyn resident George Valentin gives back to the Alzheimer's Association

3.10.2017
New report outlines growing cost and impact of Alzheimer's disease

3.2.2017
Women's History Month and increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease

1.10.2017
One third of financial exploitation victims show signs of dementia

1.5.2017
Make a New Year’s resolution to learn the 10 warning signs of Alzheimer’s

12.13.2016
NYS Health Commissioner Zucker Encourages Health Care Providers To Play Larger Role With Alzheimer's

12.8.2017
Helpful tips for Alzheimer’s families celebrating the holidays

12.1.2017
Governor Cuomo signs advanced home health bill

11.29.2017
NYC Chapter announces new hires for care and support program team

11.18.2017
What's the Key to Good Caregiving? Keeping the Caregiver Healthy!

11.9.2017
Alzheimer’s disease caregivers know the show must always go on especially on Broadway

11.1.2016
November is National Alzheimer’s disease awareness month and national family caregivers month




 

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