Naomi Rogers-Bea loves to walk. It’s a daily activity that brings her joy and ensures she’s prioritizing her physical – and spiritual – well-being. Over the years, she's made a conscious effort to get involved with local organizations and participate in events like the Walk4ALZ on October 16th.
La pérdida de memoria no es algo que podamos controlar; sólo la forma en que reaccionamos ante ella.
Enterarse de que un ser querido ha sido diagnosticado con Alzheimer no es fácil, y, como luego veremos en este artículo, el reto que presenta tal diagnóstico tiene un efecto más devastador en algunos grupos demográficos que otros, especialmente en la comunidad latina.
Patrick Escalera, 35, has been a caregiver for most of his adult life. His mother, Mary, was diagnosed with dementia in 2012 – and his father, Tino, was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2013.
Meet Nellie – our new Dementia Educator~ Nellie is fluent in Spanish and is excited to help us extend our current programs and services to the Spanish-speaking community in San Diego County.
Mi nombre es María, una estudiante de Ciencias Biomédicas, y una voluntaria en Alzheimer’s San Diego.
If you've read our Annual Report or visited our website recently, you may have seen our new tagline: Brain Health for All.
Patricia Gorman Williams has been a dementia care partner twice in her life. She shares her story almost 6 months to the day after beloved husband's passing, to try and reach people who may have a deep mistrust or hesitation when it comes to getting outside support.
Learn how to incorporate some easy principles of Universal Design to make your home safer and happier for someone living with dementia.
Jacquelyn Joyce is here to break all the stereotypes when it comes to dementia caregiving.