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1st Croquet Played at Rockefeller Center – Adaptive Croquet by Jiminy Wicket

Adaptive Croquet &

Alzheimer’s Team Up

To Create Smiles & Raise Awareness


Come join us at Summer Gardens at Rockefeller Center

Thursday September 20th from 7am to 11am EST

We are located right off The Sea Grill

Jiminy Wicket founder James Creasey raises awareness and connects people living with Alzheimer’s and other dementias through his adaptive croquet game.  This brilliant game engages ignites smiles and connects people on an intergenerational level.  He has brought  the game into school systems and is raising awareness and removing the fear this disease causes.

Come out and join us today and see for yourself.

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Francis Palasieski and Dave Cohen from the Alumni Sury New Paltz Croquet Team


You can show you support by donating via a text!

It’s simple and quick.  You can change lives and help create smiles when helping to fund this terrific game that engages and gives hope.

On your phone put in 5055 in the address section,

then text the words  “Jiminy Wicket”  hit send

and you will be taken right to the page


David Maloof with the US Croquet Team


Jiminy Wicket Sponsors


The first croquet game to be played in Rockefeller Center.

The first ball was the honor of Sidney Oswald from South High School in Colorado who started Jiminy Wicket in her High School



Come join us and see what all the buzz is about!

Jiminy wicket logo for ORG

For more resources and information on Alzheimer’s Disease  and other Dementias check out out website


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Join Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio and Max Wallack Author Of The Amazing Children’s Book On Dementia

Join Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio


and Max Wallack

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Author Of The Amazing Children’s Book On Dementia


Click here to go to listen to the radio interview


A Story of Love and Respect

Well you all know by now how much I love my job because I’m always excited about my guests; but today is extra special.  We are so lucky to have with us Max Wallack who is a young man who is walking his talk with dementia.  Max’s journey with his grandmother who had Alzheimer’s has set this man on a path where he is making unbelievable strides.  He is a researcher, started an organization called Puzzle to Remember and now has co-authored a book called “Why did Grandma Put Her Underwear In The Refrigerator?”

Max’s co-author, Carolyn Given will join our discussion,along with Emma Richman.  I hope you can join us as well.

Max Can be reached at:  


Click Here To Order the book

Click Here To Here The Conversation

For more resources check out our website:


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