Our own Marcie Hanna, LCSW, addresses some of the challenges dementia care partners are facing during the COVID-19 pandemic – and shares how we all can preserve our mental health while social distancing.
It can feel a little awkward – or even intimidating – to ask friends and family to donate. To help, we've put together this list of easy fundraising tips that are proven to make a difference.
When you donate to Alzheimer’s San Diego, you know exactly where your money is going. Every single dollar stays in San Diego County for Alzheimer's support and research – no exceptions.
You don't have to write a check to make a difference. Help raise awareness for Rides4ALZ 2020!
Not many of us had “getting through a global pandemic” on our list of worries. But here we are.
Social distancing can be especially difficult for those with a loved one in a long-term care facility. To help those with a loved one in long-term care – and those considering placement – we've put together this guide to answer common questions.
The month of May began with a special opportunity to learn from renowned dementia educator Teepa Snow during "Talk with Teepa: Caregiving, Compassion, and COVID-19."
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!