Videos

Check out these videos with the latest on what's happening in the fight against Alzheimer's.

  • October 10, 2018

    How UsAgainstAlzheimer's is Accelerating a Cure

    How UsAgainstAlzheimer's is Accelerating a Cure.

  • April 26, 2018

    Welcome and Introductions - 2017 UsAgainstAlzheimer's Disparities Symposium

    The Diversifying the Race for a Cure Symposium increased awareness, understanding and action related to Alzheimer’s disease among communities of color. 

  • April 26, 2018

    The Alzheimer’s Challenge: Where are we in the fight against Alzheimer’s? - 2017 UsAgainstAlzheimer's Disparities Symposium

    Opening remarks to the 2017 UsAgainstAlzheimer's Disparities Symposium: Diversifying the Race for a Cure and Care by by George Vradenburg, Co-Founder and Chairman, UsAgainstAlzheimer’s.

  • April 26, 2018

    Innovative Models for Navigating the Alzheimer’s Journey - 2017 UsAgainstAlzheimer's Disparities Symposium

    This panel at the UsAgainstAlzheimer's 2017 Disparities Symposium explored a first-of-its-kind certificate program that will train individuals in Camden, New Jersey, to support individuals with Alzheimer’s disease, providing navigation services to individuals, families and caregivers managing the disease.

  • April 26, 2018

    What Matters Most? The Role of Patient Centered Research in Addressing - 2017 UsAgainstAlzheimer's Disparities Symposium

    Panelists highlighted strategies for engaging patients and caregivers in research, identifying community research priorities, and for developing community-anchored research partnerships to address brain health disparities impacting communities of color.

  • April 26, 2018

    Let’s Talk about Alzheimer’s: Messages and Tools for Promoting Brain Health and Research Opportunities in Diverse Communities - 2017 UsAgainstAlzheimer's Disparities Symposium

    Presenters share actionable insights for mobilizing and educating diverse communities through tailored messaging and community outreach campaigns that resonate, change behavior and drive action. Attendees will gain lessons and messages to apply in their own work.

  • April 26, 2018

    Utilizing Media and the Creative Arts to Connect Communities, Reduce Stigma and Advance Alzheimer’s Research - 2017 UsAgainstAlzheimer's Disparities Symposium

    The panel will highlight the power of embracing culture to connect with communities. Attendees will come away with a better understanding of how to leverage the media and the arts in their respective work to educate communities, support caregivers, and give voice to the voiceless about Alzheimer’s and the need for greater participation in research.

  • April 26, 2018

    The Role of Technology, Data, and Mapping in Understanding and Addressing Health Disparities - 2017 UsAgainstAlzheimer's Disparities Symposium

    This panel at the UsAgainstAlzheimer's 2017 Disparities Symposium highlights the innovative efforts of researchers and the private sector to leverage technology to educate diverse communities about diseases like Alzheimer’s, to support caregivers and to increase access to research.

  • April 26, 2018

    Caregiver & Patient Reflections Across Cultures & Generations - 2017 UsAgainstAlzheimer's Disparities Symposium

    This discussion at the UsAgainstAlzheimer's 2017 Disparities Symposium features the varied experiences of Alzheimer’s and dementia care partners and patients from different cultures, generations and geographies—with the aim of better understanding their needs around support, training and research.

  • April 26, 2018

    Kickoff Session: Uniting Communities for a Cure - 2017 UsAgainstAlzheimer's Summit

    Framing the day, this opening session of the 2017 UsAgainstAlzheimer's Summit enumerates policy priorities, as well as the core UsAgainstAlzheimer’s goals and theories of change to drive progress towards a cure.

  • April 26, 2018

    Growing the Alzheimer’s Movement: Learning from Others - 2017 UsAgainstAlzheimer's Summit

    This panel at UsAgainstAlzheimer's 2017 Summit draws insights and key learnings from leaders from influential movements and successful social-change efforts, such as teen pregnancy prevention, HIV, and breast cancer. The session includes perspectives on how the Alzheimer’s movement may evolve or learn from other movements. 

  • April 26, 2018

    Alzheimer’s Economic and Social Impact on America’s Families - 2017 UsAgainstAlzheimer's Summit

    This panel discusses the major economic and social impacts of Alzheimer’s disease at both the micro (family) and macro (society) levels, delivering a comprehensive and holistic view of the ballooning cost of caring for and treating Alzheimer’s. 

  • April 26, 2018

    Where Are We on the Path to 2025? Part I: The Alzheimer’s Drug Pipeline and Industry Trends - 2017 UsAgainstAlzheimer's Summit

    This panel is a sequel to last year’s highly regarded session featuring insights from industry, academia, government and researchers on progress made in drug development, and highlighting updates on promising drugs and innovations in the pipeline. 

  • April 26, 2018

    The Movement to Conquer Alzheimer’s: Creating the Tipping Point - 2017 UsAgainstAlzheimer's Summit

    Keynote Speaker: Bill Novelli, Professor and Founder, Global Social Enterprise Initiative, McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University; Former CEO, AARP; Founder, Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids

  • April 26, 2018

    Where Are We on the Path to 2025? Part II: Early and Accurate Detection and Diagnosis - 2017 UsAgainstAlzheimer's Summit

    This panel tackles the issues of enhancing brain health and diagnosing Alzheimer’s early and accurately, allowing patients and caregivers the opportunity to adjust their lifestyle, to manage related co-occurring conditions, to plan their care support networks and to afford physicians the means to track the progression of a person’s brain health over time.

  • April 26, 2018

    Brain Health and Alzheimer’s Prevention - 2017 UsAgainstAlzheimer's Summit

    This panel focuses on risk-reduction strategies and lifestyle interventions, as well as raising issues of brain health with providers and prevention steps that may improve brain health. We explore the idea that what is good for the heart is good for the brain. 

  • April 26, 2018

    Innovations in Care and Support of Those Living with Alzheimer’s and Care Partners - 2017 UsAgainstAlzheimer's Summit

    This session explores how caregiving for those with Alzheimer’s and dementia can be supported and improved through innovations in technology. Panelists provide insights on various technology-based tools and applications that can support both the individual living with Alzheimer’s and their care partner, including access to clinical research, transportation and care management.

  • March 15, 2018

    Forget Me Not

    AfricanAmericansAgainstAlzheimer’s, an UsAgainstAlzheimer’s network, presents the national award-winning play Forget Me Not at locations across the country.

  • February 8, 2018

    Jason Resendez of LatinosAgainstAlzheimer’s Network on the Booming and Aging Latino Population

    The Latino older adult population is expected to triple by 2050, making up 18 percent of America’s older adults. The rise in that population could increase the number of Latino older adults suffering from Alzheimer’s by 600 percent.

    Jason Resendez, Director of LatinosAgainstAlzheimer’s discusses efforts to raise awareness.

    Resendez notes, “The leading risk factor for Alzheimer’s is advanced age. As Latinos live longer—in fact life expectancy for Latinos is expected increase to 87 years old on average by 2050—they’re at the highest risk bracket for Alzheimer’s disease.”

  • February 7, 2018

    Dementia Action Alliance 2017 - Richard & Charlotte Driver Interview

    Sign-Up at: www.alist4research.org. Richard Driver (Alzheimer's diagnosis) and his wife, Charlotte Driver (care partner), speak about their experience with Alzheimer's at the 2017 Dementia Action Alliance "Re-Imagine Life with Dementia" conference and technology showcase in Atlanta in June, 2017.

  • November 21, 2017

    Dementia Action Alliance 2017 - Mark & Brenda Roberts Interview

    Mark Roberts (Alzheimer's diagnosis) and his wife, Brenda Roberts (care partner), speak about their experience with Alzheimer's at the 2017 Dementia Action Alliance "Re-Imagine Life with Dementia" conference and technology showcase in Atlanta in June, 2017.

  • October 11, 2017

    Various Alzheimer's and Dementia Experiences

    This discussion features the varied experiences of Alzheimer’s and dementia care partners and patients from different cultures, generations and geographies—with the aim of better understanding their needs around support, training and research.

  • September 27, 2017

    "This is Us" - Group D

    Prepared for the Annual National Alzheimer’s Summit & The Trish Vradenburg Out of the Shadows Dinner.

  • September 27, 2017

    "This is Us" - Group C

    Prepared for the Annual National Alzheimer’s Summit & The Trish Vradenburg Out of the Shadows Dinner.

  • September 27, 2017

    "This is Us" - Group A

    Prepared for the Annual National Alzheimer’s Summit & The Trish Vradenburg Out of the Shadows Dinner.

  • September 12, 2017

    "This is Us" - Group B

    Prepared for the Annual National Alzheimer’s Summit & The Trish Vradenburg Out of the Shadows Dinner.