Alzheimer’s Learning Day

September 21, 2017

With one in 10 people over the age of 65 living with Alzheimer’s disease, according to the Alzheimer’s Association, nearly everyone is touched by this condition in their lifetime.

Those living with Alzheimer’s may include our parents, spouses, clients, co-workers, neighbors or grandparents, and they need us to understand more about the disease.

We all have something to learn or share about Alzheimer’s, as well as other forms of dementia. Join us on Alzheimer’s LearningSM Day so together we can be better prepared to care for our friends and loved ones.

Pledge to Participate in Alzheimer’s Learning Day

LEARN. EDUCATE. SHARE

Pledge to participate in Alzheimer’s Learning Day on September 21. From spreading awareness to learning more about Alzheimer’s, you have a part to play in the day.

Whatever time you have available, you can make a difference.

5 Minutes
  • Pledge in honor of a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or another dementia disorder
  • Learn the symptoms
  • Read an article
  • Download an Alzheimer’s care app
  • Share on social media
30 Minutes
  • Read and share resources
  • Take an e-learning class
  • Share Alzheimer’s-Friendly Business® training with a local business
  • Call a family member with Alzheimer’s
  • Share a care tip
60 Minutes
  • Attend an Alzheimer’s Learning Day webinar
  • Visit a loved one living with Alzheimer’s
  • Find a local family caregiver training workshop
  • Complete an e-learning course
  • Join or watch a live online chat

JOIN US ON SEPTEMBER 21

FOR ALZHEIMER'S LEARNING DAY

TAKE THE PLEDGE

By mid-century, someone in the United States will develop Alzheimer’s every 33 seconds, according to the Alzheimer’s Association. Your pledge makes a difference not only for those living with Alzheimer’s today, but for those in the future.

Take the pledge and receive the information you’ll need to participate in Alzheimer’s Learning Day. We’ll make it easy for you to learn, educate, and share on September 21!

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