The Caregiver Smile Summit 2017

The Caregiver Smile Summit goes live on October 30th! The purpose of the summit is to promote and support the role of the family caregiver. There are over 66 million family caregivers in the U.S. alone. The Summit has over 50 national and international speakers ready to help these caregivers!
Register now by clicking the logo:

The Alois Alzheimer Foundation is part of the Caregiver Smile Summit Affiliate Program.

Ready to Support the Alois Alzheimer Foundation?

How about doing some shopping and supporting the Alois Alzheimer Foundation?
Sound like fun?
The Foundation is enrolled in two programs where you can shop & donate:

1. Amazon Smile https://smile.amazon.com/ch/31-1315349
and
2. Kroger Community Rewards https://www.kroger.com/account/enrollCommunityRewardsNow

Click on the links and begin your fun shopping today!
Thank you for supporting the Alois Alzheimer Foundation

A Special Thank You to Our Sponsors & Friends

We would like to thank all of our sponsors and friends who made our Evening of Hope & Celebration such a huge success.


Blue Sky Therapy
Hospice of Southwest Ohio
Health Care Management Group
Brookwood Health Care Facility
Loveland Health Care
Clovernook Health Care
Covenant Village
Florence Park
Arlington Pointe
Richard D. Reis Family Foundation
J.L. Miller Inc.
Teah Longland, Photography
Theatre Management Corporation
Pedal Wagon
First Quality Care
Perfect North Slopes
Boom Stitches
One Source
New Riff Distilling
CincyGram
Artis Management
Spring Grove Cemetery
Graeters
Mailender
First Light Home Care
Visiting Angels
Vitas Hospice
Schmerler Family Dentistry
Bunny Szecskay
Michael Dermott
Emma Esker
Theresa Anderson
David Munson
Michael & Susan Fitzgerald
Marjorie Motch
Landon & Louise Camblin
Joseph & Lynn Schnirring
David Moore
Mary Lou Hoffar
Carol Steger
Jeff Smith
Katie Maney
Jeff & Lori Raser
Alex Johns
Michelle De La Vega
Jill Johns
John Faver
Kathryn Brown
Charlene Sturgill-Longtin
Lisa Johnson
Brett Kissela, MD
Rhonna Shatz, MD

2017 Evening of Hope & Celebration

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Please join us for this special evening as we
reconnect with friends,
celebrate our successes
and look forward to the future

This years Evening of Hope & Celebration
will be held at:
The Redmoor
3187 Linwood Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45208

Thursday, April 6, 2017
6:30pm – 9:30pm

Tickets are on sale now!
Cost: $65.00 each
2 or more $50.00 each

Corporate sponsorships are also available.
For more information on sponsorships please call (513) 605-1450

To register click here…

Interested in Alois Alzheimer Foundation Programs?

Thank you for your continued support of the Alois Alzheimer Foundation. As you know, we strive to provide critical resources for those battling this devastating disease, and are proud that support given to our Foundation stays in the Tri-State area.

Programs throughout 2016 that benefitted from your support include:

*Health Rhythms Program – New in 2016, we began a monthly outreach to the YMCA, and the number of participants continues to increase.

*Hands-on Training for Local Schools and Universities – Students at all levels visit the Alois Center, participate in rounds with our doctors, and
participate in specialized training. They participate in one-on-one activities with Alois residents, including the “Opening Minds through Art” Program.

*Regular Educational Seminars for Caregivers held at The Alois Alzheimer Center

*2nd Annual Northern Kentucky Symposium – An all-day event covering multiple topics pertaining to living with or caring for someone with Alzheimer’s disease,
from medical to financial to spiritual.

*Caregivers Support Group – Partnering with the Alzheimer’s Association, this monthly support group for people in the greater Cincinnati area has continued to
grow.

*Speakers Bureau & Resource Library – Serving as a resource for local media and groups interested in booking expert speakers on various Alzheimer’s-related
topics.

*Virtual Dementia Tour Experience – Organizations and individuals throughout the area continue to benefit from this virtual reality of living with Alzheimer’s
disease.

The Alois Alzheimer Foundation Committee has been working on two new programs for 2017, our new Magic Moment Initiative and a First Responder Training Program.

Magic Moment is in its initial phases, but we made our first “magic moment” happen in 2016. After working closely with a Cincinnati resident living with Alzheimer’s, her family, and a well-known TV personality, we were able to coordinate a meeting between them – resulting in a wonderful experience for all.

We’re also excited about launching our First Responder Training Program with the first session to be held on Monday, February 13th for the Greenhills & Forest Park Fire Department. In times of crisis, first responders are sometimes thrown into heightened situations with those suffering from Alzheimer’s or a related dementia. Our hope is to provide best practices that can be implemented quickly, keeping our first responders and the people they’re assisting as safe as possible.

Please SAVE THE DATE: In order to do what we do, we need your help. I hope we can count on your continued support, sponsorship, and attendance at our 5th annual “Evening of Hope & Celebration” set for Thursday, April 6th. This fun event will once again be held at The Redmoor and will be our only scheduled fundraiser for the Foundation in 2017. Hope to see you there!