First-time rider Mark Foster is one of the top fundraisers for this year’s Rides4ALZ. He’s already brought in 51 donations, and raised more than $6,800 to help local families impacted by dementia! Keep reading to find out his fundraising advice.
You’ll find beautiful rolling hills, lush vegetation and tons of motorcycles at this year’s Rides4ALZ pit stop!
Our Education & Outreach Manager, Amy Abrams, MSW/MPH, recently spoke about "5 things you need to know if there's someone with dementia in your life" at the 2018 CaregiverSD Expo. Click through to watch her presentation.
The town of Alpine was abuzz last Friday with anticipation for the third annual Quest for the Cure event, benefiting Walk4ALZ. More than 300 people packed the Alpine Community Center for a night of delicious barbecue, fundraising and awareness.
Sandy's life was changed forever when she was diagnosed with Alzheimer's shortly after her 50th birthday. Find out how a single phone call helped her take control of this stunning diagnosis.
Paul Loska is no stranger to the world of motorcycles – he’s been around them his entire life. Keep reading to find out what inspired this local entrepreneur to become a part of Rides4ALZ.
Alzheimer’s San Diego is powered by a team of incredible social workers. This feature, Notes from a Social Worker, will give you a glimpse into their thoughts and feelings as they work with families impacted by dementia. This month, we're hearing from Sarina Barker about the power of laughter.
It was an impossible choice. Rocco, Norma, Fergie or Nugget the Goat – which pet would be the next cover model for our Walk4ALZ postcard?
We were lucky enough to get a Q&A session with one of the founders of Rides4ALZ, SDG&E President Scott Drury. His passion for Alzheimer’s advocacy began 7 years ago, when his mother was diagnosed.