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By SeniorCareHomes.com
SeniorCareHomes.com Sponsors Alzheimer’s Awareness Event in Orange County
By Home Instead Senior Care Miami
Free Alzheimer's and Other Dementias workshop series entitled "CARE: Changing Aging through Research and Education, on November 19 & 21, 2012 from 5:30PM – 7:30PM.
By Telecare
New service launched by the UK’s favourite Doctor provides peace of mind.
By PR First
The NVNA and Hospice Alzheimer’s Specialty Team will demonstrate ways to best meet the needs of the Alzheimer’s individual and the family caregiver in a free educational forum on Tuesday, November 13.
By Ron St. John
Visiting Angels Homecare has had to relocate the series of classes called the “Alzheimer’s Caregiver Project” in West Volusia County, Florida.
By Ron St. John
Visiting Angels Homecare is pleased to announce the start of another one of our popular series of free educational classes called the “Alzheimer’s Caregiver Project” in the Casselberry, Altamonte Springs, and Maitland area.
By Millrise Place - Seniors Assisted Living
Employees and friends walk to raise funds for Alzheimer’s research
By Pharmacology Research Institute
If you or a loved one is age 65+ come enjoy a Free light lunch this Thursday at Gulliver's Restaurant. Dr. Charles Wilcox from the Pharmacology Research Institute will be hosting a seminar.
By Alzheimer's Association Long Island
Hofstra Law School will host “Know The 10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s Disease” as part of Alzheimer’s Association Long Island’s fall seminar series on September 19 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
By Ron St. John
Visiting Angels Homecare is pleased to announce the start of another one of our popular series of free educational classes called the “Alzheimer’s Caregiver Project” in the DeBary, Deland, Orange City, and Deltona area.
By The Alzheimer's Association
On September 8, Alzheimer’s Association Long Island will hold its 2012 Walk to End Alzheimer’s/Fall Festival, presented by Roslyn Saving Bank, a division of New York Community Bank. Registration and breakfast begin at 8:30 a.m.
By The Alzheimer's Association
New York Community Bank’s Roslyn Savings Bank Division, announced today that, for the third year in a row, the bank will make a donation in the amount of $15,000 to Alzheimer Association Long Island’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s.
By The Alzheimer's Association
Northport Resident Bryan Proctor Raises Awareness for Alzheimer’s Disease at the 9th Annual Distant Memories Swim - Money Raised Will Benefit Alzheimer’s Association Long Island
By The Alzheimer's Association
Featuring Music, Silent Auctions and Special Guest Appearances
By The Public Relations and Marketing Group
Northport Resident and Harborfields H.S. Physical Education Teacher Bryan Proctor Raises Awareness for Alzheimer’s Disease at the 9th Annual Distant Memories Swim Money Raised Will Benefit Alzheimer’s Association Long Island
By LT Public Relations
LT Public Relations will showcase Elite Care’s newest community, while highlighting its expertise and unique approach to elder care.
By Hope HealthCare Services
Samira K. Beckwith, president and CEO of Hope HealthCare Services, has been appointed by the Florida House of Representatives to serve on the state’s Purple Ribbon Task Force to address Alzheimer’s disease.
By PRMG
On Thursday, October 25th, 2012, Alzheimer’s Association Long Island (AALI) will host its 29th Annual Gala at the Cradle of Aviation Museum.
By Tammi Knorr
Sunbury Press has released "Twice a Child," Ann Elia Stewart's heart-wrenching novel about an elderly man with Lewy Body Dementia.
By Renee's Readers
ReneesReaders.com introduces a line of high quality reading glasses named after her customers whose personal style and attitude towards aging has been inspirational. A portion of each sale will benefit Alzheimer’s research and support services.
By www.625days.com
Together 625 Days and Bike4Alz are joining forces to raise awareness for Alzheimer's
By www.625days.com
Proceeds from the sale of 625 days are going to Project Lifesaver to support their incredible effort in tracking those who wander
By Carotech
We will be sharing with our customers and visitors the latest clinical data of our patented and bioenhanced natural full spectrum palm tocotrienol complex
By BGMPR for Women's Power Networking Business Expo
Join local businesses in support of Alzheimers North Carolina at Women's Power Networking "Business Alliance Rally 2012” vendor and business expo in Raleigh, NC May 19th.
By Jacqueline Marcell, Author, Radio Host, Speaker
Bestselling Book, “Elder Rage, or Take My Father… Please! How To Survive Caring For Aging Parents”, Recorded By Author, Jacqueline Marcell, Available as Audio Book at Amazon and Audible Books.
By Ron St. John
Visiting Angels Homecare is pleased to announce the start of another one of our popular series of classes called the “Alzheimer’s Caregiver Project” in the Winter Springs/ Oviedo/ Longwood area.
By Churches of Christ in Queensland
One of Queensland’s foremost aged care providers is leading the way in dementia care with the formation of an innovative person-centred care service at Mitchelton.
By Janet Williams
Alzheimer Coaching, through StilMee, is based on Habilitation Therapy and educates family members and professionals giving them effective and personalized strategies for respectful care.
By Katie Huffstetler
Homestead Hills, a retirement community located in Winston-Salem, N.C., announced today that it will break ground on a $9 million healthcare expansion on Friday, March 16 with a brief ceremony and reception.
By Ageless Media Network
Wilmington Trust VP on living with inflation and low investment yields; libraries use and control of public access computers and other technology; Project Lifesaver, a non-profit with radio frequency bracelets to track the memory-impaired.
By Ageless Media Network
Ageless Radio features an informative line-up on January 14th: Ellen Potts, expert and author on Alzheimer's caregiving; the Elder Justice Coalition; macular degeneration; and adopting senior dogs and cats.
By Ageless Media Network
Ageless Radio show for December 24th: Leeza Gibbons on caregivers for the memory-impaired; Dana Curtis, an expert mediator in the area of elder disputes; Norm Tomaka, a consulting pharmacist with the American Pharmacists Association
By Ageless Media Network
Ageless Radio will feature TV personality Leeza Gibbons on its December 24th show, discussing her work to honor her mother's battle with Alzheimer's disease and to support caregivers and families of Alzheimer's sufferers.
By The Wartburg Adult Care Community
The Adult Day Programs at The Wartburg Adult Care Community celebrated National Caregiver Month with a luncheon to honor family caregivers.
By Geonovo Limited
Mobile healthcare innovators romp home with another prize at the Telecare Services Associations Crystal Awards
By Ron St. John
Visiting Angels Senior Homecare is pleased to announce the start of another one of our popular series of classes called the “Alzheimer’s Caregiver Project” in DeLand Florida
By Seven Waves Marketing
The Savannah Walk to End Alzheimer’s will happen on Saturday, October 15, and Historic Johnson Square will Fill with Purple.
By Capita Conferences
Capita’s National Improving Dementia Care in Scotland Conference is timed to examine progress made since Scotland's National Dementia Strategy: One Year On Report in June.
By Jacqueline Marcell, author of 'Elder Rage'
JACQUELINE MARCELL, author of 'Elder Rage', interviewed four outstanding eldercare and healthcare professionals on the 'Coping with Caregiving' radio program on September 24th. You can listen to the archive at wsRadio.com/CopingWithCaregiving
By Sunflower Publishing Company
Researcher Nicholas Sampsidis, concludes in two, new titles, that chronic illnesses may be prevented and even reversed by regulating two, key enzymes at the center of inflammation.
By Alex Quail
A report has been published in the US which found that people between the ages of 60 and 80 who play music may avoid developing Alzheimer's disease as a result.
By Phillip Crum
Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer's Advances Alzheimer's Research
By Steve Sargeant
The Isle of Wight branch of Alzheimer Cafe is overwhelmed with a donation of in excess of £7000, thanks to a series of golf events organised by the Freshwater Bay Golf Club.
By Society of Certified Senior Advisors
After just ten sessions of specially designed occupational therapy, dementia patients experience improvement in their concrete and practical skills. Their caregivers, too, feel a renewed sense of competence.
By Eli Mohamad
The development team of the International Aging Research Portfolio (IARP) today announced the launch of Aging.CC – a search engine for research projects in the biomedical research fields.
By Financial Planning Association of Phoenix
FPA of Phoenix will host a Symposium for financial professionals on May 25, 2011: "These Damned Golden Years – Perils and Pitfalls of Practicing with an Aging Population" from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Phoenix Country Club.
By Alie Manzini
Families Learn To Be A Fearless Caregiver for their Loved Ones At Upcoming Conference. Free Tickets Available.
By Our Kids Media
Comfort Life Media is proud to announce the relaunch of TopRetirementHomes.ca, with a new design, rich new content, great features and traffic growing daily. The site includes a number of uniquely Canadian perspectives on financing and retirement.
By Vivian J. Frankel
The International Aging Research Portfolio (IARP), AgingPortfolio.org, is an independent non-profit initiative merging global grant and publication databases and serving the aging research community.
By Jeff Jurmain
Here is some good news on the Alzheimer's front, a front that is not replete with such news.



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