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Jane, Support Group Facilitator

By |August 14th, 2019|Categories: Programs & Services|

Jane Farmer
Support Group Facilitator

The Inland Empire has 68,000 people living with Alzheimer’s disease and supportive services are in high demand. By 2030, that number will increase by nearly 50%! One of our Inland Empire Support Group Facilitators, Jane Farmer, shares […]

Ask Miriam – August 2019

By |August 6th, 2019|Categories: Ask Miriam|


Dear Miriam,

My tia keeps repeating herself. No matter how many times I answer her questions, she’ll keep asking the same thing over and over again. And when I tell her she already asked me, she seems surprised. To be honest, it gets irritating after […]

Alzheimer’s LA in Taiwan

By |August 6th, 2019|Categories: News & Events|

Alzheimer’s Los Angeles’  Jennifer Schlesinger (far right) speaking at a panel discussion at the Building a Dementia Friendly Community conference in Taiwan.

Alzheimer’s Los Angeles: Locally Focused, Nationally and Internationally Recognized

Alzheimer’s Los Angeles focuses its programs and services locally, ensuring that families in […]

walk4ALZ® Teams

By |August 6th, 2019|Categories: News & Events|

Creating a walk4ALZ® Team is easy!

Join us by forming a:

Company Team
Forming a team or making a financial contribution to walk4ALZ is a powerful way for companies to support and give back to their community. Through your company walk team, you can actively support […]

Olympic & Bundy

By |July 23rd, 2019|Categories: News & Events|

Fox 11 Olympic & Bundy with Christine Devine

Alzheimer’s Los Angeles was recently invited to appear on Olympic & Bundy, a FOX11 podcast with anchor, Christine Devine.  For nearly an hour, our President & CEO, Heather Cooper Ortner spoke with Christine and one of […]

AB 453 signed into law!

By |July 18th, 2019|Categories: News & Events|

AB453 Dementia Training Legislation

Mike’s wife has dementia, and when she fell in the middle of the night and Mike was unable to lift her- he called the non-emergency police department line. The operator was kind and understanding and quickly dispatched help. The […]

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