In Charlotte, North Carolina, the Alzheimer’s Association Memory Walk® is planned for Saturday, November 13, 2010. All interested in walking for this cause are invited to attend.
This year the Alzheimer’s Association Memory Walk® in Charlotte will begin with registration at 9 AM at Symphony Park at SouthPark. For directions to SouthPark view the Map Quest link below.
The Memory Walk will begin at 10 AM with the length of the walk being just 1 mile. Contact Jenna Schwartzmeyer by phone at 704-532-5282 with questions. To email use Jenna.Schwartzmeryer@alz.org
Those interested in being part of the Alzheimer’s Association Memory Walk® in Charlotte may register online. Everyone is encouraged to invite others and form a team. The team members may then help raise funds. To learn more about this effort contact Jenna Schwartzmeyer at 704-532-5282.
The year marks the 25thAnniversary of the Charlotte Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association. To learn more about Alzheimer’s and the warning signs all should be aware of view the information on the Alzheimer’s Association link below this article.
In the United States alone, more than 5 million people have Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s is not a natural part of the aging process, but is a disease that some have in their later years. To learn more about the symtoms of Alzheimer’s disease, use the WebMD link below.
There are many causes of memory loss, and Alzheimer’s disease is just one of these. Other causes may include reactions to medications, a mild stroke, or other types of dementia. Memory loss of any sort or symptoms that may be connected to Alzheimer’s disease should be discussed with a physician.