Alzheimer’s Association 2014 Programs and Events

December 18, 2013  
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Program Educator Training – Jan. 8, Alzheimer’s Association Offices, Williston. Volunteer Community Educators and Chapter staff present community-based programs: Know the Ten Warning Signs; The Basics: Memory Loss, Dementia and Alzheimer’s; Living With Alzheimer’s series; and a new program, Conversations About Dementia. If you are interested in volunteering as a Community Educator e-mail Maggie.Lewis@alz.org or call 1-800-272-3900.

Monthly Program Series: Third Tuesday of each month starting in January, Alzheimer’s Association Offices, Williston. topics include: The Warning Signs; Disease Basics; Resources to Support and Guide.

50-Plus and Baby Boomers EXPO – Jan. 25, Sheraton Hotel and Conference Center, Burlington. Learn more about Alzheimer’s disease and area resources, volunteer, try your luck in our 50/50 raffle, or bid on one of our exciting silent auction items.

Program Educator Training: Jan. 2014.

Camels’ Hump Challenge: Feb. 23, Camel’s Hump, Huntington. Backcountry ski event raises funds for the the Vermont Chapter. Visit http://www.camelshumpchallenge.com/ for more information or to register.

Living with Alzheimer’s Mid-Stage Part 1 and 2: Feb. 27 and March 6. Northern Vermont Regional Hospital, St. Johnsbury.

Dance to Remember 2: March 22, Brookline Event Center, Brookline, NH. 2nd Annual Dance to Remember line-dance event. Visit http://www.denisebrault.com/ for more information or to register.

Alzheimer’s Association Advocacy Forum: April 7-9, Washington, DC. Join fellow advocates bring our key legislative priorities to Capitol Hill.

Alzheimer’s Awareness Day at the Vermont Statehouse: April 29, Help raise awareness for Alzheimer’s disease and its impact on Vermonters. Email Martha.Richardson@alz.org for more information.

Reason to Hope Dinner: Spring 2014 – details coming soon.

The Longest Day – June 21

Vermont Walk to End Alzheimer’s Kick-off, Summer 2014

Vermont Walk to End Alzheimer’s – Fall 2014

For more information, call 1-800-272-3900.


 

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