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  • June 28, 2021

    UsAgainstAlzehimer's: Power of Us

    Get to know UsAgainstAlzheimer’s, what we’ve accomplished, and where we’re headed. Join us at

  • May 7, 2023

    Jay's Journal - part 3

    Chronical of Jay's journey with Alzheimer's Part 3

  • May 3, 2023

    Jay's Journal part 2

    Chronical of Jay's journey with Alzheimer's part 2

  • May 1, 2023

    Jay's Journal part 1

    Chronical of Jay's journey - part 1

  • March 16, 2023

    UsAgainstAlzheimer's 10th Anniversary

    UsAgainstAlzheimer's was formed in 2010 to accelerate action to end this disease. This video looks at what all of "Us" have accomplished in the first decade - and the need to keep up the momentum.

  • November 2, 2022

    Surviving Grace

    Surviving Grace is UsAgainstAlzheimer’s Co-Founder Trish Vradenburg’s quasi-autobiographical play, which was produced at The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. and Off Broadway at the Union Square Theater in New York City. The touching and funny story tells the story of Trish’s mom Bea Lerner and her battle with Alzheimer’s.

  • October 19, 2022

    What is CEOi, and how do we address unmet needs in Alzheimer's care?

    CEOi Executive Director Drew Holzapfel featured on Roche’s Alzheimer’s Disease Taxi discussing the biggest challenges to innovative treatments reaching patients and how cross-sector collaboration can address the most urgent, unmet needs in Alzheimer’s disease.

  • September 15, 2022

    Recorded September 15, 2022

    On September 15, 2022, UsAgainstAlzheimer’s Center for Brain Health Equity held a virtual Congressional briefing on the state of Alzheimer’s disease in the U.S.

  • June 23, 2022

    UsAgainstAlzheimer's Brain Health Academy

    Learn more about The Brain Health Academy, a series of free, evidence-based courses to equip healthcare and wellness providers with the knowledge and resources to help people reduce the risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s.

  • March 3, 2022

    Break New Ground: Innovations in Alzheimer’s Research

    Latinos, Black Americans, and women are more likely to develop Alzheimer’s and are more likely to experience barriers to access. Chairman and Co-Founder, George Vradenburg meets with the Hill to discuss the “unconscionable” effect Medicare’s proposal to deny coverage for a critical class of drugs could have on these communities. As Pres. Biden follows through on his promise to lower costs and increase access to life saving drugs and treatments, CMS must think critically about the ways its decision will set us back and further the burden to access on minority communities. Watch to learn more.

  • January 28, 2022

    The New Alzheimer's Prevention National Goal

    Please join an UsAgainstAlzheimer's Brain Health Partnership meeting on January 27 to discuss the recent and tremendous victory realized by the Alzheimer's community--making the prevention of Alzheimer's and related dementia a national priority.

  • January 24, 2022

    Biden and Becerra Video

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  • June 3, 2021

    Dinner and Dialogue: Dementia Friendly African American Congregations

    As welcoming, compassionate environments, faith communities play a powerful role in offering engagement, support and spiritual respite for people living with dementia and their families. Join us for a webinar on creating dementia friendly African American congregations presented by the Alter Program, Faith United Against Alzheimer’s, and Dementia Friendly America. Our expert speakers will share strategies and practical approaches for fostering spiritual connection to support and uplift people living with dementia and their families. Bring a beverage, snack or dinner and join us for this lively conversation

  • March 12, 2021

    2020 UsAgainstAlzheimer's National Alzheimer's Summit Highlight Reel

    A quick highlight of the 2020 UsAgainstAlzheimer's National Alzheimer's Summit.

  • February 6, 2020

    Clinical Trials Whiteboard - Spanish

    The key to stopping Alzheimer's

  • May 7, 2019

    CHANGE Co-Sponsor Sen. Shelley Moore Capito Delivers Impassioned Senate Floor Speech on Alzheimer’s

    “My father passed away in January of 2015, just one day before I was sworn in as a United States senator. My mother, Shelley, passed away just a few months beforehand in September of 2014. There is not a book that has been written yet that can tell you what to do when a loved one is diagnosed, because each case is different and there’s no magic formula. But I feel strongly that we can do much more to help our caregivers, to ease the pain of those who suffer from this disease, and, most importantly, to find a cure. …"

  • April 5, 2019

    Video: A Caregiver's Hands

    “It gives me a sense of purpose and power over the disease to know that I’m participating in what could lead to the cure that’s going to really help so many people.”

  • April 5, 2019

    Video: Our Hands

    “People are involved because they’re on a crusade to try to help cure this thing. She said what she found is a lot of good hope there.”

  • April 5, 2019

    Video: A Father’s Hands

    “I don’t want [my daughter] to even have to think about this. I knew that I needed to go into medical trials and help find a cure. I saw myself as part of that team”

  • April 5, 2019

    Video: Our Hands

    It's in our hands to end Alzheimer's

  • February 27, 2019

    Do Something Great

    Clinical trials are key to accelerating an Alzheimer’s cure. Watch our whiteboard video to learn more about clinical trials, and why you should “do something great” and sign up for one.

  • October 10, 2018

    How UsAgainstAlzheimer's is Accelerating a Cure

    How UsAgainstAlzheimer's is Accelerating a Cure.

  • 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.”