Alzheimer's disease is a progressive, degenerative disorder. Typical warning signs are memory loss, confusion...
Support services, strategies, etc. can help make a difference for people with dementia and their caregivers...
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In this new public service announcement, Kim Campbell, wife of music legend Glen Campbell, talks about her husband’s progression through the moderate stage of Alzheimer’s, what symptoms to look for, and where to turn for help.
AFA’s 6 hour training dvd is developed to strengthen your communication and relationship building skills, ensuring meaningful living for individuals living with dementia and the staff working with them!
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What a great way to end the week! The New York Islanders presented AFA with a check for $10,000 for monies raised through sales of its AL patch, which commemorated their longtime coach Al Arbour, who battled Alzheimer's disease.
Pictured, Left to Right : Doug Weight, Islanders' assistant coach and assistant general manager; Chuck Fuschillo, AFA's president and CEO; Gerald Angowitz, AFA's board secretary; Bert E. Brodsky, AFA's board chairman; Jack Capuano, Islanders head coach; and Barry Berg, AFA's board treasurer.
Thank you, New York Islanders, your fans, and all who supported this effort!
Congratulations to Vanessa Parslow, 18, of Raleigh, NC, winner of the 2015 AFA Teens for Alzheimer’s Awareness video competition.
AFA’s President & CEO Chuck Fuschillo at the University of Pennsylvania with Dr. Jason Karlawish and AFA’s Founding Chairman of the Board, Bert Brodsky. We presented a $10,000 check from the Alzheimer's Foundation of America to support and expand scientific research in Alzheimer's disease by supporting the Study of Knowledge Reactions to Amyloid Testing to understand how learning amyloid imaging status.