Athletes to End Alzheimer's | Summer 2018 Newsletter

2018 Athletic Events Jessica Gonzalez Director of Constituent Events Dear Friends, Spearheading our 2018 events, on Sunday, March 18, were the dedicated athletes who ran in the United Airlines Half-Marathon and braved temperatures below freezing. Training was hard due to a long winter, but over 30 athletes, including Team Otsuka of Otsuka Pharmaceuticals, donned their CaringKind shirts and raced the 13.1 miles on a new course ending in Central Park. The course began in Brooklyn, at Grand Army Plaza, and sent runners across the Brooklyn Bridge, through lower Manhattan and then north on the FD [...]

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In The News | Summer 2018 Newsletter

Music resonates in very significant ways with people who have Alzheimer’s and dementia – awakening within them memories and feelings long ago forgotten. This is precisely why CaringKind’s connect2culture® program partnered with the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra for a very special concert performed specifically for an audience made up entirely of individuals with Alzheimer’s and dementia and their caregivers. NY 1 News and News 12 Brooklyn were both on site at the Brooklyn Museum this May to capture footage and report on the event. NY 1’s coverage included an interview with CaringKind’s new Presid [...]

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