Concordia has invited Alzheimer's Association Education Coordinator
Concordia also will sponsor and participate in the Walk to End Alzheimer's and hold its own fundraising challenge for the association.
"As it is so common, particularly among older adults, Alzheimer's is unfortunately an illness with which we have firsthand experience," said
According to the
"Partnerships with retirement communities like Concordia are so important to achieving our mission of improving and funding the treatment of Alzheimer's disease," Scull said. "Working together, we can drive public understanding and support for loved ones and community members with Alzheimer's disease."
About the events
The Coping with Alzheimer's lecture series will begin at
Concordia will participate in the Walk to End Alzheimer's at
Concordia residents who are unable to take part in the walk can participate through an alternative fundraising challenge, the NuStep Challenge: a ride-a-thon where staff and residents commit to ride a NuStep bike, a recumbent bicycle built for all ages, health conditions and skill levels, in exchange for dollar donations.
The challenge will take place in the Concordia lobby, beginning at
"We created the NuStep Challenge last year to make sure every resident and staff member has a way to contribute to the cause," Concordia Lifestyles Coordinator
For more information, contact Carter at [email protected].
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