Walk4ALZ team captain Claudia Mazanec knows all too well what it's like to see a loved one pass away from Alzheimer's. She has lived through it not once, but twice.
Asking for help is not fun, easy or something that comes naturally to most of us. On a daily basis, I speak with people who are reaching out to Alzheimer’s San Diego for the first time.
Annie Clark-Durkin is a sucker for a good cause. As Walk4ALZ team captain of Someone Special, Annie always jumps at the chance to share her story and explain why she supports Alzheimer’s San Diego.
The Men's Support & Discussion Group at Alzheimer's San Diego, led by the incredible Larry Hamon, has created their own Walk4ALZ team called The Men Remember. Keep reading to find out why they are so passionate about Walk4ALZ, in their own words.
My wife Patricia was diagnosed with Alzheimer's in July 2008. This was the beginning of her long Alzheimer's journey and the beginning of my own journey as her caretaker. Everything changed when she started to wander. Keep reading to find out how one program could prevent future heartache.
Alzheimer’s San Diego is now providing free gun locks to families impacted by dementia that have a firearm in the home. These locks can secure firearms and help prevent an accident or injury.
Thanks to Facebook, fundraising has never been so easy.
“On September 4th, 2013, I lost my mom for the second and final time," Rose Adams explains. Rose, like many others, watched her mother slip away to Alzheimer's disease. But she's channeled her grief into action.