The 2020 Summer Olympics are getting ready to start later this month in Tokyo, but now is your chance to GO FOR GOLD. Register for one the Walk to End Alzheimer’s events taking place across Georgia this fall.  With three easy actions as a Walk Team captain, you can earn your gold medal. Bronze medalContinue reading

Finding Joy in Breaking Bread

By Mary Caldwell, Helpline and Early Stage Program Manager, Alzheimer’s Association, Georgia Chapter Imagine that you are a newly retired, or soon to be retired adult, with big plans for how you intend to spend your golden years traveling, perhaps with a partner, enjoying visits with family, taking time finally to truly enjoy the lifeContinue reading “Finding Joy in Breaking Bread”

Fundraising for The Longest Day is still HOT…We’ve got something to keep you cool

The sun may have set on The Longest Day, but the fight against Alzheimer’s continues. As you probably know, you can raise funds through July 31 to qualify for great prizes and continue raising awareness in your community. But we thought we’d take it one step further… Across Georgia, The Longest Day fundraising is stillContinue reading “Fundraising for The Longest Day is still HOT…We’ve got something to keep you cool”

Life Lessons from Daddy

By Cindy Widner Wall Chair, Alzheimer’s Association, Georgia Chapter Board of Directors My Father, Coy Widner, taught me life lessons most Fathers teach their little girls.  Mine taught me to be assertive but kind; be independent but have healthy relationships; have a hard work ethic but put family first; and face a challenge head on.  Continue reading “Life Lessons from Daddy”

DEEP IMPACT: Alzheimer’s Advocates Tell All

Last week, the Alzheimer’s Impact Movement (AIM) Advocacy Forum, the nation’s premier Alzheimer’s disease advocacy event was held. The event offered volunteer advocates from across the country, including 50 from Georgia, to lend their voice, share their stories about why they’re fighting to #ENDALZ. Several of our Georgia advocates, whose voices were heard while meetingContinue reading “DEEP IMPACT: Alzheimer’s Advocates Tell All”