Jay and his wife, Simone, share a special bond. People often ask them how they’ve stayed so affectionate after more than 50 years of marriage. Jay’s answer is simple: “It’s just what we do. That...and we’re French.”
We are excited to launch our first-ever storytelling contest! The prompt is "Creativity during COVID: Share how a lesson you learned as a volunteer at Alzheimer's San Diego helped you cope during the pandemic OR how you've still managed to connect as a volunteer despite social distancing."
We are thrilled to host an upcoming event with renowned dementia educator Teepa Snow!
Vote to decide the design for the 2020 Walk4ALZ lapel pin!
It can seem like there’s a new Alzheimer’s “breakthrough” almost every day. We sift through the headlines and pull together the relevant, reputable research updates for you. Here are 6 things you should know about Alzheimer’s and dementia research from the last month.
COVID-19 poses an urgent public health risk – but with it comes the risk of scams and fraud targeting older adults, too. As of this writing, there is still no proven cure or vaccine for coronavirus. Yet con artists are appearing everywhere trying to capitalize on people’s fear.
As part of our Ask a Social Worker series, Mina Nilchian, MSW, tackles some common questions and scenarios that dementia care partners face. This edition focuses on the well-meaning “experts” you may encounter among your family and friends.