Advocates

March 15, 2017 - Haley Richman

My grandmother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease when I was 4 years old. (I am now 9 years old).  I wanted to help care for her, so my mom gave me easy puzzles to solve with my Grandma. I felt like I was doing a good thing because when we worked on puzzles we were both very happy. As the years went by, I learned about different ways of helping my grandmother.

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January 27, 2017 - Michael Ellenbogen

As a person who is living with Alzheimer’s, I have very mixed feelings about how I should talk about it. I have become an outspoken advocate in the dementia arena, but I feel like I am always at odds with so many. And it is sometimes hard for me to decide what my message should be. Should it be about living life to the fullest or all doom and gloom about the horrible disease?

February 10, 2016 - Ann Napoletan

Thank you, Ann, for this excellent and very personal recap of our recent Alzheimer's Talks with Dan Gasby. - Trish  

February 12, 2014 - Ann Napoletan

With the approaching launch of two exciting new clinical trials, there’s a feeling of optimism in the air.

USAgainstAlzheimer's Associate Directors Virginia Biggar, Stephanie Monroe and Jennifer Molinoff appeared on the August 6 episode of Alzheimer's Speaks Radio to discuss the latest activities of ActivistsAgainstAlzheimer's, the African American Network Against Alzheimer's, and WomenAgainstAlzheimer's, and explain how individuals can get more involved. Listen to the whole show online here! 

Our Members

ActivistsAgainstAlzheimer's Network members are helping us grow our movement by serving as ambassadors in their communities and bringing others into the fight to end Alzheimer's. Our members take varied actions aimed at pressuring political, business and scientific leaders to ensure that stopping Alzheimer's is a national priority. Activist Leaders are involved in a wide variety of personal projects and activities aimed at raising awareness of the devastation of Alzheimer's, supporting caregivers, and raising research funds.

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