While Date With A Cure is over, we know you still had questions about the latest in Alzheimer's research. We reached out to the expert panel to get some more answers in this extended Q&A.
“Long ago and far away…” Teri Enos-Guerrero begins, when describing how she and her husband, Albert Guerrero, first met.
While this year was the first "virtual" Rides4ALZ – it was also the most successful ride yet.
Alzheimer's San Diego and the San Diego Sheriff's Department have teamed up for Take Me Home. This special program is designed to help San Diegans at risk of wandering to get home safely.
With the stress of COVID-19, the challenges of being a dementia care partner may even seem more difficult now. We know firsthand that many people are thinking: I feel so alone.
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.
We are just weeks away from the virtual Rides4ALZ – a 108-mile motorcycle ride to support the 84,000+ in San Diego County living with Alzheimer’s and related dementias.