Posts Tagged ‘AFA’

Remember I Can’t Remember Authors, Plus The Remember Together Program by AFA

Join The Conversation On


112514 ASR REmember I can't Remember and AFAClick Above To Go to The Show

Live at 11am EST, 10am CST, 9am MST, 8am PST

and 4pm London Time!

Alzheimer’s Speaks is an advocacy group promoting awareness and education to all around the world. We believe all voices need to be heard if we are to make a shift in our care culture.

eric heather anderson picOur first guests will be Eric and Heather Anderson, Authors of “Remember I Can’t Remember.”  Through their life journeys, caregiving has been one of most amazing and fulfilling one they have ever experienced. Learn how and why this happened.

eirc heather book coverWe hope you will join the conversation!

Contact Eric and Heather           Website








OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAWe are lucky to have as our second guest Charles Fuschillo, president and CEO of the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America.  We will discuss their highly successful Memory Screening and their “Remember Together” Programs; along with other efforts shifting our dementia care culture.


Contact the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America

AFAlogo HIRes

Website      Phone: 866-232-8484      Facebook

Great In The Christmas Spirit

Click Below

combineid AlzMusCon logo and CDFor CD Click Above

For an MP3 Click Here

For additional information and resources

Click Below

Become A Purple Angel

SocialMedia081114_purpleangel_carousel TMClick Above


Read Full Post »

“The Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (AFA) has unveiled an interactive “community of care” Web site that will help family caregivers meet other caregivers, learn about the brain disorder, and connect “live” with experts.

“Care Crossroads” addresses a major issue raised by caregivers of loved ones with Alzheimer’s disease: a feeling of isolation and stigma. It also provides an alternate type of support service for caregivers whose round-the-clock responsibilities prevent them from interacting in person at organized programs. Among the site’s unique features, AFA’s social workers are available to respond to questions and concerns — online, by e-mail, or via phone calls to the organization’s toll-free hotline at 866/232-8484. Family caregivers can also take advantage of an online multi-disease health and wellness support community and a “learn” section, where visitors can learn more about strategies for behavioral challenges, recreational activities, and safety issues appropriate for the specific stages of the disease


Read Full Post »

%d bloggers like this: