Help Promote Alzheimer’s Awareness to Find a Cure: Spring 2013 Events

If you like to shop at Marshall’s, please join me in supporting the national Alzheimer’s Association awareness drive, March 3 – 16. When you patronize Marshall’s this week or next, you can make a donation and fill out a card that will be displayed in the store. The more cards, the greater the attention and amount of dollars raised to find a cure.

On Wednesday, April 10, at Quinsigamond Community College (QCC) in Worcester, the Alzheimer’s Association Massachusetts/New Hampshire Chapter will host their Fourth Annual Focus on Research. Dr. Brent Forester will speak about the latest advances in Alzheimer’s research, including break-through PET scan technology that gives a visual picture of Alzheimer’s Disease in the brain. Registration and a reception begin at 6:15 p.m.; the presentation starts at 7:00 p.m. Email Christine Brown, cbrown@alz.org, to reserve your seat.

Planning ahead, you can register now for this fall’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s, to be held on Sunday, September 29, at QCC. To sign up as a walker or a volunteer, please visit www.alzwalkmanh.org. In just a few weeks, I will be registering our team, DFA on the Move, and you can join us in walking.

I hope to see you there.

President of Deborah Fins Associates, PC, since 1995, Deborah Liss Fins is a licensed independent clinical social worker and certified geriatric care manager. Drawing on more than 30 years of professional experience in geriatric care management, DFA offers comprehensive assessments and planning, guidance in selecting appropriate care, help identifying resources for financial support and professional consulting. Please contact us to set up a complimentary initial telephone consultation.

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One Response to Help Promote Alzheimer’s Awareness to Find a Cure: Spring 2013 Events

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