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2019 Holiday Open House Recap

Over 200 people joined us to welcome the Holiday season and enjoy the 2020 Memories in the Making® (MIM) program on display at our annual Holiday Open House. But the art wasn't the only thing telling a story.  We talked to some of the MIM participants featured at the open house to talk about their

December 26th, 2019|Events|

2019 Walk4ALZ & Run4ALZ Recap

New Year, New Event This year we introduced a new event to Walk4ALZ — the Run4ALZ. 205 runners laced up for our inaugural 5K run. Collectively they ran 636.9 miles (1,025 km). That is longer than the distance between Irvine and Sacramento! See the full race results here.       Top Teams & Fundraisers

November 15th, 2019|Events|

Five Key Takeaways from The 30th Annual SoCal Alzheimer’s Disease Research Conference

The Alzheimer’s pathology is complex and often not exclusive of other disorders While studying the brains of people with an Alzheimer's diagnosis, researchers have observed more than just the accumulation of plaques and tangles caused by the beta-amyloid protein.  For example, Dr. Julie Schneider from Rush University cited that “when we see [different] vascular pathologies,

November 1st, 2019|Events|

Alzheimer’s Orange County CEO Jim McAleer Featured on PopHealth Podcast

Our very own CEO Jim McAleer speaks on Alzheimer’s Orange County and the local fight against Alzheimer’s disease   PopHealth Podcast recently featured Alzheimer’s Orange County’s CEO Jim McAleer on their show. Jim shares his experiences working with various nonprofit organizations, from teaching a choir for adults with memory deterioration, to eventually (after 11 interviews!)

September 18th, 2019|Events, Health & Lifestyle|

Why You Should Attend The 2019 Alzheimer’s Research Conference

Alzheimer’s Orange County and UCI MIND will be holding our 30th Annual Southern California Alzheimer’s Disease Research Conference on October 25th!   For 30 years, the Annual SoCal Alzheimer’s Disease Research Conference has been a place where anyone can convene as national experts deliver the latest knowledge in dementia research and care. When we say

September 2nd, 2019|Events|

Governor Newsom Signs for the Passage of AB 453

Governor Gavin Newsom passes AB 453 to improve medical emergency care for dementia patients   On July 16, 2019, California Governor Newsom signed AB 453, a legislative update by Assembly member Ed Chau that will require dementia-specific training for Medical First Responders (MFRs). Emergency Medical Services Authority will now develop training programs focused on fostering

August 29th, 2019|Events|

Alzheimer’s & Dementia Weekly Roundup (July 26, 2019)

A weekly recap of the latest news about Alzheimer’s and dementia   Alzheimer's Orange County compiles a weekly roundup of the latest news stories and developments about Alzheimer's and dementia to keep you updated on what's happening locally and all around the world. Check out this week's headlines below:   3 New Alzheimer’s Studies’ Goals:

Alzheimer’s & Dementia Weekly Roundup (July 19, 2019)

A weekly recap of the latest news about Alzheimer’s and dementia   Alzheimer's Orange County compiles a weekly roundup of the latest news stories and developments about Alzheimer's and dementia to keep you updated on what's happening locally and all around the world. Check out this week's headlines below:   Is Targeting Brain Inflammation the

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