Mary Caldwell, Early Stage Program Manager, Alzheimer’s Association, Georgia Chapter Well, here we are good people- at the holiday season during one of the strangest years on record. 2020 has brought the world low and taught us exactly how crucial human connection is, especially to those living with dementia and the thousands of Georgians who … Continue reading A “Carpe Diem” Perspective on How to Holiday during 2020
Walk to End Alzheimer’s® looked different this year, but our supporters have truly stepped up across the state to keep fighting back against Alzheimer’s and all other dementia. We are so proud of Georgia, and we can’t thank you enough for your support. Even though walk day is over, fundraising continues. Donations for the 2020 … Continue reading Show your Georgia pride and your commitment #ENDALZ!
National Caregivers Month Caregiving is becoming a public health issue. As diagnosis for Alzheimer’s related diseases increases, so does the number of caregivers. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, more than 16 million Americans provide more than 17 billion hours of unpaid care for family and friends with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias each year. In … Continue reading Caregiver Stories: Jack Sanderson
By Jamie Saunders Each year, John Rowlands and Jan Giovingo looks forward to hosting the Run 2 End Alzheimer’s at the Landings in Warner Robins. With COVID encroaching on nearly every aspect of our lives, they knew the community fundraising event would have to be canceled. While disappointed, they didn’t let it get them down. … Continue reading A Tidal Wave of Fundraising for Alzheimer’s