During Hispanic Heritage Month, Alzheimer’s Association is celebrating Hispanics/Latinos fighting to #ENDALZ through volunteerism, advocacy, raising awareness & research. We are grateful for their vital work to move us closer to a world without Alzheimer’s. This month, we are proud to shine the spotlight on Alzheimer’s Association funded researcher Dr. Maria Rodrigues. Dr. Rodrigues works … Continue reading Spotlight on Alzheimer’s Association Funded Researcher – Maria Elizabeth Rodrigues, Ph.D.
We will be holding our Walk Celebration Party a little differently this year. Please join us on to celebrate all we’ve accomplished this Walk Season! We will be giving out awards and doing lots of recognition. We hope you are able to join us! Attend your CELEBRATION PARTY on the day of the event through … Continue reading Mark your calendars for the Walk to End CELEBRATION PARTIES across Georgia!
When Amanda was a year old, her mother married a man that Amanda says “my life would have taken a very different trajectory if it was not for him”. When Amanda was growing up in Macon, her father was a successful attorney while her mother worked at Trust Company Bank. Her parents were also very … Continue reading No Greater Love
By Cai Yoke, Advocacy Manager for the Alzheimer’s Association, Georgia Chapter The Alzheimer’s Association, Georgia Chapter is thrilled to announce that the 2020 Legislator of the Year has been awarded to Representative Sharon Cooper of the 43rd district, for her work on HB 987 and her tireless efforts to improve the standards of care in … Continue reading Georgia Representative Sharon Cooper receives Legislator of the Year Award from the Alzheimer’s Association, Georgia Chapter.