As the community relations director for an assisted living community, Jennifer Angell’s job is to create unique and enjoyable experiences for the residents living there. She often combines these activities with something purposeful, like raising money for the Walk to End Alzheimer’s. For the last few years, Jennifer has been the Team Captain for the […]

By Jerry Campbell   This year, I wanted to raise awareness for the Alzheimer’s Association by going on a little walk of my own for the cause — well, all of the Walks in the Pacific Northwest to be exact. Since I couldn’t be in every city when the Walk was happening, I journeyed around […]

A Grandpa and grandson holding Christmas Gifts

The holiday season is upon us. For many people it is an exciting time of year, filled with parties, travel and family traditions. For a caregiver of a loved one with dementia, the holiday season can sometimes create feelings of anxiousness and unease if they are unsure how to navigate the challenges of caregiving combined […]

With the Apple Cup on the horizon, Huskies and Cougars all over the state are getting ready for some healthy rivalry as UW and WSU go head-to-head in their yearly football game. Football isn’t everything these two schools have in common, though. This year, the Sigma Kappa Mu sorority from UW and the Sigma Kappa […]

Mikaela and her family at her wedding

Currently, one in six dementia caregivers is a millennial between the ages of 22 and 37. As the prevalence of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias continues to grow, more young Americans are being called on each year to help care for their loved ones. One such caregiver is Mikaela Louie. She was just 22 years […]

  By Larry Sabol My wife Mary and I have been married for 32 years, and have three children and six grandchildren between us. We have lived in Kent, WA for the last 21 years. Mary was diagnosed with Lewy Body Dementia with Parkinsonism in May of 2015. She first manifested signs of mild cognitive […]

This speech was delivered on stage at the 2018 Walk to End Alzheimer’s in Spokane. Warren Walker was recently diagnosed with a type of dementia related to concussions, and is a member of our early-stage memory loss support group. Good morning, my name is Warren Walker. I am 65 years old. I was diagnosed last […]