Todd Jones is the Vice President of Ambulatory Experience and Laboratory Services with BayCare and a volunteer leader for the Walk to End Alzheimer’s® in Pinellas County, serving as Co-Chair of the Executive Committee for Walk.
By Maddison Rametta Kara Cassidy is the owner of Florida Swim School and a volunteer leader for the Walk to … More
By Maddison Rametta and Audrey Coachman Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia affects 1 in every 37 Floridians statewide. The Florida … More
“The beauty of putting on this event was a buddy of mine looking at me and saying, ‘Thank you for doing this. I don’t know if you know this, but my mom suffered from this disease.’…I never would have known that his mom suffered as my dad suffered,” said Saul Simon about the Pickleball tournament he recently organized in support of the Walk to End Alzheimer’s® in Boca.
During Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month in June, we’re encouraging all Americans to adopt healthy lifestyle behaviors that can help reduce the risk of cognitive decline.
By Stefanie Thompson Wardlow, senior program manager, Florida research champion, Alzheimer’s Association Not all strokes are noticeable. My grandmother had … More
By Jennifer Braisted, Director of Government Affairs, Florida On Monday, March 14, the white hankie dropped signaling the end of … More
by Tammy DeCaro Special paint pouring workshops are coming to multiple locations throughout SW Florida in March, April and May … More
The last year saw many breakthroughs in Alzheimer’s treatment, diagnosis and understanding. Thanks to the incredible work of volunteers across … More
The signs of Alzheimer’s can often be hidden from daily view. They are subtle and many times confused with normal … More