Monthly Archives: April 2016

Marketing, Princeton & Amazon: How Mom Brought Us Together

By Carly Wolberg My mom abandoned her highly successful marketing career to dedicate her life to my dad. It is one of the most selfless and caring acts I’ll ever know. I know I’m not privy to all the things that my mom did for my dad and I know that I’ll never full understand […]

Tacoma Subaru: Share the Love

Bruce Titus Tacoma Subaru has joined the fight against Alzheimer’s by supporting local families. During their Share the Love event, Tacoma Subaru raised $23,000 for the Alzheimer’s Association Washington State Chapter. Tacoma Subaru’s Share the Love gift will provide education, resources, and hope to families in Pierce County who are facing Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. Thank […]

The Strength of Community

  By Carly Wolberg  I find strength in advocating for the cause and in raising awareness about Alzheimer’s—and all the different ways it impacts lives. I also think it benefits the community when we talk about our experiences, what we have learned through it all, and support each other—because without that, we let the disease […]


  On May 3, we are all philanthropists.  That is our moment to work and give together–donations large and small–to make our community healthier and more vibrant for all. Seattle Foundation’s GiveBIG is a one-day, online event designed to raise money so that non-profit organizations can continue to create equality of opportunity in our region.  This […]

Highlights of Alzheimer’s Discovery Conference 2016

By Genevieve Wanucha,  UW Medicine Memory & Brain Wellness Center For Discovery 2016, the 31st Annual Alzheimer’s Regional Conference of the Alzheimer’s Association Washington State Chapter, 625 people joined in for a great day of dementia-related education. Among many experts, UW researchers contributed talks that ranged in topic and scope—dementia that hits the frontal lobes, […]

Talking Exomes

Via UW Medicine Brain & Memory Wellness  Kimiko Domoto-Reilly, M.D., MMSc. Assistant Professor at UW Memory and Brain Wellness Center will present at Discovery 2016 Friday, April 15. Learn more and register today. UW Medicine’s Therapeutic Pipeline Project will lay the infrastructure of exome sequencing in the precision medicine-era Alzheimer clinic. Thomas Bird, the Chief of […]

National Volunteer Week

Thank you for your part in contributing 17,036 hours of volunteer time in 2015 to #ENDALZ. During National Volunteer Week, April 10-16, we extend our gratitude for all you do to help to achieve our vision of a world without Alzheimer’s disease! Without volunteers like you our work would not be possible.