San Diego’s fight to end Alzheimer’s disease got a big boost on April 20th, amid signs that the deadly illness and other forms of dementia are taking an escalating toll on the region.
The number of people living with Alzheimer’s and related dementias in San Diego County has increased from 65,000 people – to more than 84,000, according to a new report. By 2030, that number is expected to
Alzheimer’s San Diego recently held a special workshop, Preparing for the Late Stage, led by Rebecca De Campos, MSW. Her goal was to provide a general idea of what to expect in this final stage, explore care options and to empower care partners to find new ways to connect with their loved ones.
Get to know Eugenia Welch, the new President/CEO of Alzheimer's San Diego.
Almost 48 years after Larry Hamon married his wife, Sally, he still calls her “my bride”. She’s no longer here to see the way his eyes brighten as he remembers their wedding day. Sally died from Alzheimer’s in 2015.
Follow this step-by-step guide to create a Facebook fundraiser for Alzheimer’s San Diego.