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Cultural and social activity can open doors for those suffering from memory loss. It reduces the isolation for patient and caregiver.
A new report finds a troubling disconnect between some seniors and their physicians.
Paying it forward with porsches! CruZionsville benefits the Alzheimer’s Association.
The Alzheimer's Association Greater Indiana Chapter hosted a Community Forum in Valparaiso.
Dance Kaleidoscope dancers rehearse 'Still Connected.' Early Stage Engagement Program of the Alzheimer's Association provided stories for the choreography.
An Indiana woman will play a role in steering the national Alzheimer’s Association when it comes to the disease’s early stages.
A new report finds Alzheimer’s deaths in Indiana are on the rise as well as related costs.
“This disease affects the person who has it, of course, but also the family, the network of caregivers for that person, and the entire community...”
Alzheimer's Advocates from Rochester and Finger Lakes Region to Join More Than 1,000 Citizen Ambassadors in Washington, D.C.
Gov. Cuomo Recognizes Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month in New York State
Alzheimer's cases are growing at an alarming rate in Arizona, meaning thousands of middle-aged children are now caring for ailing parents.
Three Arizona couples talk candidly about Alzheimer's and the diagnosis.
Las Vegas resident and Alzheimer's advocate Nancy Nelson named 2018 Nevada Senior Citizen of the Year.
Congratulations to the 30 teams who chose an activity they loved and honored those they love by doing that activity and fundraised while doing it.
The Knowlton family has announced a $500,000 donation to the Colorado Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association.
Ready2Roll Cycling is excited to host the second annual bike ride on Saturday, September 15, 2018 entitled Pedal Away Alzheimer's Ride.
With the addition of a Vail Valley location this year, the Colorado Walks to End Alzheimer’s have an ambitious fundraising goal of $2.635 million.
There is a certain irony to the fact that one of the population groups most at risk for Alzheimer’s disease is among those least likely to seek medical help.
Nearly 200 residents from across the North Country joined the Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s presented by Community Bank, N.A.
California State Policy Office of the Association Calls on California to Implement Road Map and Address Alzheimer’s Crisis
Caregivers seek additional community and professional awareness, education.
“Forget-me-not” purchases honor National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month.
Alberta and Ernie Cooper are living out their golden years in a home they built 13 years ago near Branson. Alberta is caring for Ernie, who has Alzheimer's.
Progress is being made in the search for a cure.
Professor of neurology at McGovern Medical School at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston awarded a Zenith Fellows research grant.
Dr. Joanna Jankowsky, associate professor of neuroscience at Baylor College of Medicine, awarded a Zenith Fellows research grant.
Baylor College of Medicine co-hosted its annual “Update on Alzheimer’s Disease” in partnership with Alzheimer’s Association Houston & Southeast Texas Chapter
Introduction of Senate Bill 348, legislation creating an official Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias Task Force to develop a state action plan
Katherine Batchelor of Fairport, New York, cares for her mother Dorothy Kane who lives with vascular dementia.
Psychiatric nurse practitioner Kathleen O'Brien talks about her life after being diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia.
The Alzheimer's Association, Rochester and Finger Lakes Region held two community forums on Alzheimer's, dementia and memory loss.
Teresa Morris joins Alzheimer's Association, West Virginia chapter, as Program Director.
Investigators at the West Virginia University Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute using focused ultrasound to treat a patient with early stage Alzheimer’s.
Katrina Kappen, Mrs. Putnam County, has been crowned Mrs. West Virginia 2020. A tireless advocate, she is sharing awareness and education throughout her reign.
Marshall Health and the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine will launch a new experience
Academy-Award winner and Alzheimer’s advocate Marcia Gay Harden shares poignant remarks while leading dementia scientists share latest research update
Dinner and auction at NEOMED supports Alzheimer’s awareness, research and care
Nearly 220,000 Ohioans 65+ living with Alzheimer’s, expected to reach 250,000 by 2025
Presentation on memory loss to be followed by input and discussion
This year on Mother’s Day, give a special thought for the nearly 4 million women across the U.S. who are living with a unique challenge: Alzheimer’s disease.
Six out of 10 people with Alzheimer's or another form of dementia will wander. "Prepare for the expected,” by signing up for MedicAlert® + Safe Return®.
"It's not possible to prepare for any part of this disease. It hits you in stages, and every one has been more devastating than the one that preceded it."
Wickliffe Progressive Elementary School opens art classroom to include those living with Alzheimer's in a special four-week program.
Pride Month and it's connection to Alzheimer's disease
86th Texas Legislature makes giant strides for Texans dealing with Alzheimer’s Disease and other dementia.
While living in rural America has its appeals, access to healthcare is not among them. There are fewer physicians per capita in rural communities.
Trey Addison, State Public Policy Director, shares about the Longest Day and Ohio's plan to tackle Alzheimer's disease as a state.
The president of Luna Wealth Management, Russell Luna has been elected to the board of directors of the Alzheimer’s Association Colorado Chapter
June is Alzheimer's and Brain Awareness Month and throughout the month communities issued proclamations to officially recognize the month.
Help us register 100 new Tennessee teams for the Walk to End Alzheimer's!
Kelly Helton knows faith will get you through a lot of things — that’s a lesson she learned from her grandmother Phyllis Otis.
National bestselling author Robin Perini has just announced she is donating 10% of her royalties from her latest book to the Alzheimer’s Association.
The Greater East Ohio Area Chapter invites all those who know or have known someone impacted by Alzheimer’s to join the fight for Alzheimer’s first survivor.
Good Day Marketplace shares more about our mission to stop the clock on Alzheimer's.
Cutting-edge research that will advance studies for a cure are the subjects of three new research projects being underwritten by the Colorado Chapter.
Eleven-year-old Grant Wheaton is committed to raising funds and awareness in honor of his grandmother.
Colleen Marshall shares why she Walks on Daytime Columbus
Molly Dierker lost her father and has now raised more than half a million dollars over the years with her team.
Greg Murrary announcer for the Columbus Blue Jackets shares his Alzheimer's story.
On this World Alzheimer’s Day Saturday, it is estimated that 5.8 million people are living with the disease in the U.S. alone.
For years, researchers have been guided by one leading theory — that getting rid of a buildup of a sticky protein would ease the mind-robbing disease.
Amy Forsyth isn’t afraid of a challenge — learning from her mother, Gail Meindl.
Family shares experience with Alzheimer's
We’re looking for 16 leaders, representing the 16 hours of daylight on The Longest Day, to ensure our success by joining our 2020 Volunteer Committee.
House passes Senate Bill24 with a 92 to 0 vote on October 10, 2019
Q & A: Biogen to ask FDA to Approve Early Alzheimer's Disease Treatment
For most people, the arrival of Daylight Savings Time means an extra hour of sleep, but for people living with Alzheimer’s, it may accelerate disorientation.
Ohio man feels renewed hope after being in an Alzheimer’s clinical drug trial
Time Change Can Prompt Sleep and Behavioral Issues for People with Alzheimer’s Disease
Gov. Mike DeWine officially signed into law SB24, which calls for the creation of a task force to address Alzheimer’s disease
Rod Blough and his wife Jennifer share their Alzheimer's story to help advocate for rights for those diagnosed with younger-onset.
How Families Affected by Alzheimer’s Can Prepare for Joyous Celebrations
Spectrum 1 news shares the story of a local Ohio family.
Local Columbus caregiver shares her thanks and gratitude to legislators and Gov. DeWine for the passage of Senate Bill 24
Introduction of a bill that will establish training requirements for first responders on how to identify and interact with individuals with dementia.
Legislation to Require First Responders to Get Dementia Training Needed for Those Who Wander
By: Maureen McGuire
At Vaccinex, Inc. in Rochester researchers have developed a drug so promising it may be a potential treatment for Alzheimer’s disease.
Alzheimer's Association advocates see promise in a new experimental drug developed right here in Rochester.
Telsa Jones Linton of Gates, New York, and Dina Johnson, director of care and support at the Rochester & Finger Lakes Region Chapter, talk about caregiving.
To kick off 2020 and welcome new participants, we're kicking off The Longest Day at Ohio Brewing Co. on Thursday, Feb. 13.
Executive Director Cheryl Kanetsky announced today that Barbara A. Sykes will be the Honorary Chair for the 2020 Akron Walk to End Alzheimer’s.
Columbus Walk to End Alzheimer's outgrows location.
Two senior executives from the Colorado business community have been elected to the board of directors for the Colorado Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association.
By Sarah Taddeo, Democrat and Chronicle, March 6, 2020
By Carol Owens, Minority Reporter, March 6, 2020
This Year’s Reason to Hope Breakfast Had Record Attendance
New 2020 Alzheimer's Facts and Figures special report indicates the need for more doctors trained to treat dementia patients
State Needs More Doctors Trained to Treat Dementia Patients
As Ohio’s population ages, the state will need more specialists and better trained primary care physicians to deal with the onslaught of Alzheimer’s.
Based on the guidance from local public health agencies, we are implementing the following precautionary measures.
For 332,000 Coloradans affected by Alzheimer’s disease, the coronavirus (COVID-19) has created new challenges. The Alzheimer’s Association can help.
Metro Detroit Grocery Store Hours for residents amid Coronavirus outbreak.
Some are social distancing inside with a loved one in various stages of Alzheimer's disease. We have a few suggestions to help everyone enjoy that time.
At 80, June Ross has seen a lot, and now she’s volunteering to help others.
Caring for someone with Alzheimer's is never easy, during this unprecedented times, the challenges are even greater. Two caregivers share the impact.
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Dementia caregivers feel the burden of isolation.
There are volunteers, and then there are volunteers. Dan Thomas is one of those volunteers who just can’t say “no.”
Frustrated travelers and others may enjoy some relief, perhaps revisit long-lost memories, and find inspiration for the future in virtual travel.
Jenifer Abreu covers how the response to the COVID-19 outbreak has impacted the Alzheimer's Association and the families it serves
The Alzheimer's Association Greater Missouri Chapter is making sure caregivers feel connected during this time of isolation
The Greater Missouri Chapter is working to provide resources to individuals who have Alzheimer's or another form of dementia and their caregivers.
The Alzheimer’s Association Michigan Chapter has shifted its delivery model during COVID-19 thanks to the willingness of volunteer facilitators.
The Alzheimer's Association and the Ohio Health Care Association partner to provide caregiver tips during the COVID19 pandemic
Some people truly are larger than life. Margaret Simon was just such a person.
The Alzheimer’s Association of Colorado is ramping up service across the state with enhanced programs and services tailored for social distancing.
By Marcia Greenwood
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
A Walk to End Alzheimer's volunteer spreads awareness with COVID-19 masks
The Alzheimer’s Association Michigan Chapter is pleased to announce a second Dementia Super Saturday Series installment on Saturday, June 13.
Cody Kohlhagen’s first passion is being on a board. And his true calling is caring for the elderly, particularly those living with dementia
21 year old of West Lafayette to embark on his dream trek of the Appalachian Trail to honor his grandmother and raise funds for the Alzheimer's Association.
For the last 36 years of Teresa Valko's life, relatives from her mother’s side of the family have been living with Alzheimer’s disease at any one time.
My dad’s battle with Alzheimer’s was a roller coaster. With support of family, friends, and the Association, we were able to create lifelong memories.
When Kim Reddin’s relationship grew serious with her future husband, the age gap didn’t give her pause. But she recognized sometime there could be a price.
The Alzheimer’s Association Michigan Chapter will host the David E. Rutledge Charity Golf Outing on Monday, July 13 at Eagle Crest Golf Course in Ypsilanti.
The Alzheimer’s Association will present Alzheimer’s and dementia research updates to Michiganders in June during Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month.
Kate and Frank Spinella of Middletown want to channel their difficulties into making a difference and creating awareness for everyone.
The coronavirus pandemic has been difficult for most everyone. But for people dealing with dementia, it has been especially trying.
Ohio is emerging as a major model of collaboration in the area of Alzheimer’s research as the state’s population living with Alzheimer’s grows.
Free virtual support groups, education programs and social engagement programs for July.
The COVID-19 & Caregiving webinar is one of several online classes that will be presented free of charge in August.
Jacqueline Fowler loves to bake. And she loved her grandpa. Now she’s found a way to combine her two passions.
More than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s Disease. Meghan Lemay joins us with advice for caregivers.
Locals rode 120 miles to raise money for Alzheimer's Disease research during a charity bike ride.
Andy Andrews, of Hopkinton, cycled 100 miles to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s research .
Angel McClure knows that her husband, Adam, worries about Alzheimer’s disease. It runs in his family. That’s when Angel, and her son Bobby, took action.
The Alzheimer's Association's Walk to End Alzheimer's is the world's largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer's care, support and research.
CHICAGO, JULY 27, 2020 — Flu (influenza) and pneumonia vaccinations are associated with reduced risk of Alzheimer’s disease.
A simple blood test for Alzheimer’s would be a great advance for individuals with — and at risk for — the disease, families, doctors and researchers.
Risk factors for Alzheimer’s dementia may be apparent as early as our teens and 20s.
COVID-19 and the global pandemic have caused significant disruption to all aspects of life including Alzheimer’s clinical research worldwide.
The Alzheimer’s Association announced it has awarded grants to four Massachusetts-based researchers to help uncover new insights into Alzheimer’s and dementia.
Sam Van Why suspected life would get more challenging when his wife began showing signs of failing short-term memory eight years ago.
Debra Antista-Bianchi goes to Southern Colorado to lead the Alzheimer’s Association office based in Pueblo.
Providing social connections to at-risk populations in assisted living communities became exponentially more complex when COVID-19 arrived.
Gov Mike Dewine appointed 11 individuals to the Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementia Task Force.
One Fort Collins-based company is choosing this period of COVID lockdowns to take a stand against another devastating disease: Alzheimer’s.
The coronavirus pandemic is causing everyone – and every business – to adapt.
Alzheimer’s disease isn't typically a popular topic of conversation among college students. Jessica Woodhead is an exception.
For Colleen Beauvais of Pueblo, the hardest part of the Alzheimer’s journey has been watching the decline of both of her parents.
Michael Tedeschi has committed his life to helping support those with Alzheimer's disease, and he began at a time that he never anticipated.
As the seasons continue to change amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Alzheimer’s Association is offering autumn tips.
The Alzheimer's Association Michigan Chapter has announced its free virtual support groups, education programs and social engagement programs for September.
Home is a place of comfort, peace and shelter to Boulder realtor Leslie Herz, but she knows from experience that it cannot be taken for granted.
What is the best way to thank Pelle Eklund for being the Gold-level sponsor of the 2020 Vail Valley Walk to End Alzheimer’s? Give something to your community.
Expert researchers will present the latest in Alzheimer’s and dementia research on Sept. 23 and 29.
“Alzheimer’s can strike anyone,” notes John Halloran, senior manager for RA Nelson. “There doesn't seem to be a filter on who gets picked for this disease.”
It’s not a coincidence that both the staff and the horses at Groundwork Ranch will be decked out in purple next weekend for the Boulder Walk to End Alzheimer’s.
The annual commemoration of National Hispanic Heritage Month is Sept. 15 through Oct. 15.
You don’t have to look too far to find someone affected by Alzheimer's disease.
Empower Retirement understands that Alzheimer’s disease is one of the biggest obstacles facing our aging population.
The most challenging thing Wendy Wolfswinkel ever did was also the most important thing she could do: care for her mother who lived with Alzheimer’s disease.
“My Wild Heart” isn’t a documentary about Alzheimer’s. But the disease is the guest star; a villain lurking in the shadows, influencing the storyline.
The Alzheimer’s Association Michigan Chapter announces its free virtual support groups, education programs and social engagement programs for October.
After more than a quarter-century career in the automobile industry, Deb Suniga made the decision to sync her work life and her heart.
Caregivers face special challenges. Our resources can help at every stage.
Safety is important for everyone, but the need for a comprehensive safety plan becomes vital as dementia progresses.
The right information and resources can empower those with Alzheimer's.
Take control of your health and wellness by focusing your energy on the aspects of your life you find most meaningful.
Learn about what to expect and what resources are available for each stage of Alzheimer's disease.
Putting legal, financial, and end-of-life plans in place is one of the most important steps you can take.
Take an empowering first step by learning more about the changes you may experience, and what to do next to move forward with your life.
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Those with Alzheimer's and other dementias are vulnerable to abuse and neglect. Learn types and signs of abuse and how to report an incident or concern.
ALZConnected® is our free, online community for everyone affected by Alzheimer's.
A Lifestyle Intervention Trial to Support Brain Health and Prevent Cognitive Decline
Learn about a 24-hour nationwide emergency and wandering response service for individuals living with Alzheimer's.
There are exciting things happening at the Heart of America Chapter. Stay up to date by reviewing the news events on this page.
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Learn more about the Central New York Chapter
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Find help and resources in Arizona and southern Nevada.
Alzheimer's Association, Georgia Chapter has been serving the Georgia area since 1982 and has seven regional offices.
Learn about the Greater Idaho chapter.
Find support groups, education classes, resources and tools to support those facing Alzheimer's and other dementias.
Make a difference in the fight to #ENDALZ.
Local programs & resources for people with Alzheimer's disease or dementia and caregivers.
Learn about the programs that your chapter provides to help you: caregivers and individuals struggling with Alzheimer's.
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Get more information on how you can get more involved with your chapter and volunteer for critical events and activities!
The Greater Wisconsin Chapter serves the 52 northern counties of Wisconsin. Click here for our staff listing and employment opportunities.
We are here to help Wisconsin families affected by Alzheimer's so that no one has to face this disease alone.
Our volunteers make a huge impact on our local communities. Find out how you can help make a difference in the fight against Alzheimer's in Wisconsin.
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Meet our staff and find an office near you.
Volunteer with the Alzheimer's Association
If you are an individual or part of a family, team, group of employees, please contact your local Alzheimer's Association to see where your skills are needed.
The Oklahoma Chapter provides support, education and training to increase knowledge and support those facing Alzheimer's disease and other dementias.
We treasure our volunteers! Email volunteer.alz.org to get connected today!
The South Central Chapter serves nine counties in Wisconsin. Click here for our staff listing and employment opportunities.
Our volunteers are crucial to helping us drive our mission forward. Find out how you can make a difference in the fight against Alzheimer's in Wisconsin.
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Become an advocate for the cause in California or Nevada.
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