Alzheimer’s Association: Traveling Card

  Our Alzheimer’s Association traveling cards can be helpful in many situations – whether traveling to the grocery store, a restaurant or even through the airport these cards can help you communicate to others that extra patience is required in a quick, discreet way. You can contact your local office for cards by calling 1.800.272.390.   Advertisements Continue reading Alzheimer’s Association: Traveling Card

Tips for Traveling w/ Alzheimer’s

5 Travel Tips for Alzheimer’s Caregivers Traveling with your loved one stricken with Alzheimer’s disease doesn’t necessarily have to be a thing of the past after diagnosis. The key to ensuring more quality leisure time with your loved while creating precious memories along the way comes with simple preparation, planning and safety. Employing this following guide will ensure an enjoyable and relaxing trip for everybody. … Continue reading Tips for Traveling w/ Alzheimer’s

Sponsor Spotlight: Premiere Research Institute

The founders of Premiere Research Institute have been conducting clinical research since 1983.  Premiere Research Institute has long been recognized as one of the leading clinical research institutions in the world. Carl Sadowsky M.D., Paul Winner D.O. and Walter Martinez M.D. are dedicated to providing innovative solutions for patients with neurological disorders.  They have authored numerous articles in prestigious medical journals and have been recognized … Continue reading Sponsor Spotlight: Premiere Research Institute

Millennials And Caregiving: The New Era Part 2

By: Jehan Wilson For the past few years, some have viewed millennials as an impulsive group of individuals that choose to chase after the trills of life by themselves rather than adopting a “family first” mentality like their Baby Booming predecessors. As a result, it has been implied as common knowledge that millennials first seek pursuing their own professional goals or personal dreams before they … Continue reading Millennials And Caregiving: The New Era Part 2

Millennials And Caregiving: The New Era Part 1

By: Jehan Wilson Millennials, often times referred to “as Generation Y or the Net Generation, are the demographic cohort that directly follows Generation X,” serve as the vocal point for the Summer 201 edition of the ALZ Media Insider. Being a caregiver is a tremulous task that many people have to encounter throughout their lifetime. When it pertains to the world of Alzheimer’s, in which, … Continue reading Millennials And Caregiving: The New Era Part 1

Sandy’s Story: A Tribute to My Father

By Sandy Fleming My most influential early memory of my father is of the day he gave the eulogy at his own father’s funeral. Even though I was only 10, I remember being rapt with admiration at the awesome composure and eloquence with which he delivered what must have been the most difficult address of his prolific public speaking career. That moment held particular meaning … Continue reading Sandy’s Story: A Tribute to My Father

Remembering Longtime Supporter and Donor, Theresa Esman

The Southeast Florida Chapter is saddened by the passing of Theresa Esman, a longtime supporter of our cause.  Since it’s inception in 2008, The Saul & Theresa Esman Foundation has donated close to $500,000 to the Alzheimer’s Association.  More recently, they funded a campaign in Miami targeting the Hispanic community to ensure that Spanish speaking members of South Florida can be aware of the services … Continue reading Remembering Longtime Supporter and Donor, Theresa Esman