Alzheimers Association

Alzheimers Association
Alzheimers Association is listed in the Senior Citizens Services & Organizations category in Memphis, Tennessee. Displayed below are the social networks for Alzheimers Association which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Instagram account, a Pinterest page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Alzheimers Association on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 96.

Contact information for Alzheimers Association is:
326 Ellsworth St
Memphis, TN 38111
(901) 565-0011

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Alzheimers Association has an overall ZapScore of 96. This means that Alzheimers Association has a higher ZapScore than 96% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Memphis, Tennessee is 33 and in the Senior Citizens Services & Organizations category is 40. Learn more about ZapScore.

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RT @HeatherAlz: Excited 2 start @alzassociation #AAICSatellite #Varna with over 200 scientists 4m 29 countries on latest #Alzheimers & #Dem…

RT @JeanGeorgesAE: Great initiative of @alzassociation to organise this #AAICSatellite and highlight #dementia research in Eastern Europe h…

RT @Al_Pal20: Thank you @alzassociation for always having a place to remember, cherish, and carry on legacies for those we love. All of my…

@lauraprds_ Thank you for sharing and for participating in the #Walk2EndAlz, Laura!

@msjdillard Thank you for sharing and for participating in the #Walk2EndAlz, Judith!

Alzheimer's Association shared Terrell Owens's video.
Alzheimer's Association Celebrity Champion Terrell Owens dedicates his moving Dancing with the Stars performance to his grandmama, whom he lost to dementia. Thank you for sharing your story and raising awareness, Terrell. 💜
Just ICYMI Monday night! This was a tribute to my grandmama as part of DWTS “Most Memorable Year “ Night. Thank you again @CherylBurke for the beautiful choreography to “I Have Nothing” by Whitney Houston. This was truly a very special night for me and family. I miss u Mama and I love you!! #RIP

How strong is your Walk Day purple game? Show us by sharing your Walk to End Alzheimer’s photos to Instagram and Twitter using #Walk2EndAlz & #ShowYourPurple. Then head over to to see Walk photos from across the country. 📸💜

Alzheimer's Association shared Alzheimer's Association - Northern California and Northern Nevada's photo.
We are tracking care facility evacuations in the areas impacted by the North Bay fires. We are aware of at least 20 memory care facilities, assisted living facilities, and skilled nursing facilities that have relocated their residents to a safer place. Family members who may be looking for their loved ones can call our 24/7 Helpline at 1.800.272.3900 for more information.
Our thoughts go out to everyone who has been affected by the wildfires in the North Bay. We know that many of our constituents have been evacuated, and several care facilities have closed. People with dementia who have been relocated are at increased risk for wandering, even if they are in the early stages of the disease. Be on the lookout for the warning signs. Info is available at Our Santa Rosa office will remain closed until we feel the area is completely safe. We want to reassure you that our 24/7 helpline is fully operational at this time. If you have questions about dementia and caregiving, call us day or night at 800.272.3900.

Alzheimer's Association added 4 new photos.
Congratulations to the 226 ALZ Stars who ran the Bank of America Chicago Marathon today, raising more than $416k for the fight to end Alzheimer's. You are an inspiration! 💜🏅

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