Walk to End Alzheimer’s- Washington State Chapter 2019

Held annually in more than 600 communities nationwide, the Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s® is the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. This inspiring event calls on participants of all ages and abilities to join the fight against the disease! Join us in the fight for Alzheimer’s first survivor at alzwa.org/walk  Continue reading Walk to End Alzheimer’s- Washington State Chapter 2019

Justice for families: My advocacy story

Patricia Kienholz is a very busy woman. She is a single mother of two, an avid learner, working about 70-90 hours a week between her work in the nonprofit sector and helping to run a family-owned business. “I can’t stand idle time, and my brain only slows down when I’m sleeping,” she said. Still, Patricia takes the time to be an Alzheimer’s advocate. “I see advocacy … Continue reading Justice for families: My advocacy story

For my Best Friend – Why I Walk

Editor’s Note: The 2017 Walk season begins Saturday, Sept. 9! Register for a walk near you at alz.org/walk. By Julia Leonard Living in Butte, Montana, Taylor James puts her favorite memories at her family’s cabin by Wise River, 45 miles from the town she grew up in. “Our whole entire family on both sides would all go up to the cabin and we would just … Continue reading For my Best Friend – Why I Walk

Join these communities for the Walk to end Alzheimer’s – Part 2

From Pullman to Port Angeles, our 16 Walks to End Alzheimer’s across Washington and Northern Idaho cover a lot of ground. Below are the other eight walks of 2017. Register for any of them at alz.org! Longview – September 23, Sacajawea Park   Walla Walla – September 24, Fort Walla Walla Park   Seattle – September 24, Seattle Center   Coeur d’Alene – September 30, … Continue reading Join these communities for the Walk to end Alzheimer’s – Part 2

Bipartisan push for research and funding brings hope for Alzheimer’s patients and caregivers

Editor’s Note: Registration is open for Washington’s 2017 Advocacy Day. Join us to update state legislators on the state’s efforts to address Alzheimer’s and dementia.   By: Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers (WA-05), Chair of the House Republican Conference It’s been said that our memories are the diaries we carry with us each day. Weddings, birthdays, our children’s first steps; each mind is a collection of treasured images … Continue reading Bipartisan push for research and funding brings hope for Alzheimer’s patients and caregivers