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Preparations Are Now Underway for Walk Season 2019
Last year, 500+ teams and 3,500+ walkers raised over $700,000. This year, we have set a goal of raising $750,000. Help us meet this goal by registering to walk today. 
Five Walks to Choose From:

Sunday, September 15 , College of St. Elizabeth, Morristown

Saturday, September 28 , Arnold & Baltimore Aves., Point Pleasant Beach

Saturday, October 5 , Liberty State Park, Jersey City

Sunday, October 13 , Educational Testing Service (ETS) Campus, Princeton

Sunday, October 27 , Bergen Community College, Paramus
Each of our 5 Walks offers entertainment and family fun for all ages – thanks to the hard work and dedication of our Walk Planning Committees.

On Tuesday, May 15 th , our Southern Regional Walk Planning Committee hosted its Kick-Off meeting at Rooney’s in Long Branch. The Committee is very excited for this year’s Walk in Pt. Pleasant on Saturday, September 28, 2019.  Much of this Walk takes place on the boardwalk with many local restaurants and a beautiful beach for everyone to enjoy after the Walk concludes at noon. 
See the Fun from Last Year's Southern Regional Walk in Pt. Pleasant Beach
What We Learned
On Wednesday, May 1 st , we held our Annual Education and Research Conference for Healthcare Professionals, presenting the latest advances in dementia research and care. Here are some key messages from our featured speakers regarding clinical trials, memory and ethics. 
Tiffany Chow , M.D., Medical Strategy Director in Neurology, IQVIA, speaking on "How to Read Between the Lines of the Latest Breakthrough,"
  • For clinical trials to be successful, in finding a prevention or cure for Alzheimer's, it is critically important for more people to get involved.
  • When learning about a new research "breakthrough," ask your doctor to help you interpret the applicability of the new findings to you specifically.
  • Keep in mind that a positive pivotal trial may still mean YEARS before availability at your local pharmacy

Andrew Budsen , M.D., Chief, Cognitive & Behavioral Neurology and Associate Chief of Staff for Education, Veterans Affairs (VA) Boston Healthcare System speaking on "Understanding Memory," recommends 7 Steps to Managing Your Memory:
  • Learn what is normal memory
  • Determine if your memory is normal
  • Understand your memory loss
  • Treat your memory loss
  • Modify your lifestyle
  • Strengthen your memory
  • Plan for your future

Stephen Post , Ph.D., Director, Center for Medical Humanities, Compassionate Care and Bioethics, Stony Brook University School of Medicine, speaking "On the Dignity of Deeply Forgetful People,"
  • Dementia presents major ethical issues in today’s world. It’s important to remember that “deeply forgetful” people are people – therefore they should be valued and treated with dignity when making decisions about treatment and care no matter what stage of dementia they are experiencing.
A perfect Father’s Day gift!!
Purchase a Legendary Links® Golf Raffle ticket for yourself or a loved one and support Alzheimer's New Jersey. Take a chance on winning an opportunity to play golf at one of the area’s most outstanding courses.

Drawing will be held Friday, June 28, 2019 at 3:00pm at The West Caldwell Municipal Building.

Only 600 tickets will be sold!!
Here is the new address as of June 3, 2019

800 Kinderkamack Road, Suite 204N
Oradell, NJ 07649
(201) 261-6009 
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