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2016 Walk Sponsorships

by Betsy Gingery

We would like to thank all of our Sponsors that have signed up for our Forget-Me-Not Walk this year:  There is still time to join!  Just click on the 2016 Forget-Me-Not Walk banner above and get started!  Or you can download/print our Sponsor...


2016 Caregiver Celebration

by Betsy Gingery

Relax to the Max! An opportunity for family caregivers, providing care for loved ones with Alzheimer's and other dementias, to take time for themselves and relax!

Spaces fill up quickly so register early by calling Jasmine @ 386-2778 - Breakfast and lunch...


Heart of Blue Grass - November 20th

by Debbie Moroney

Heart of Bluegrass and Bradfordville Blues Club

Present a day of Bluegrass and Americana Music to benefit

the Alzheimer's Project Music Therapy Program

Tickets Available at www.bradfordvilleblues.com

For more information click here:

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Alzheimer's Project Receives Grant

The Pilot Club of Tallahassee, Inc. received a matching grant from Pilot International Founders Fund for needed supplies to support Alzheimer’s Project, Inc. clients.  


Alive Inside

by James Smith

ALIVE INSIDE is a joyous cinematic exploration of music’s capacity to reawaken our souls and uncover the deepest parts of our humanity


Sanctuary in the Midst

Soon to be published, a new ministry for churches desiring to provide support for members in their church and local community caring for a spouse with Alzheimer’s disease.


Mindset Memory Centre

An online resource with information for caregivers as well as persons with Alzheimer's disease


How to Support a Caregiver

Caregivers always need help: If you really want to give your friend or family member support, I’ve written some tips to help you have a productive conversation.


2014 World Alzheimer Report

by James Smith

A link to the 2014 World Alzheimer Report


How Close Are We to Finding a Cure?

by James Smith

This short video talks about the current state of Alzheimer's disease research and where we are heading.

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