Missy Callahan was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s in March of 2019. She has since had to quit her job in finance because of the disease.
Alzheimer’s Association of SC
The Alzheimer’s SC Chapter is encouraging all family caregivers to make disaster preparedness plans ahead of Tropical Storm Ian.
September is World Alzheimer’s Awareness Month. According to the South Carolina Alzheimer’s Association someone around the world is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease about every three seconds. Six million Americans and about 95,000 South Carolinians live with the disease.
3 day, 252 mile ride from Simpsonville to Charleston, with some stops in the Midlands.
COLUMBIA, S.C. (WOLO) – Grab your bike and take a trip through the Palmetto State for a good cause in the Ride to End Alzheimer’s event! The 3 day, 252 mile ride began Friday and runs through Sunday from Simpsonville to Charleston, with some stops in the Midlands. Curtis spoke with Taylor Wilson of the Alzheimer’s Association South Carolina Chapter…
Grab your bike and take a trip through the Palmetto State for a good cause in the Ride to End Alzheimer’s event!
June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness month and you can help raise awareness on the disease in South Carolina.
“I used to work. I used to drive. I used to cook. I could cook in my own home by myself,” said Missy Callahan, Midlands women who lives with Alzheimer’s.
The State House is going purple for Alzheimer’s Association’s Advocacy Day Wednesday.
“I try to keep my independence as much as I can and live life to the fullest every day. I don’t take one thing for granted anymore,” she said.
An Alzheimer’s fundraiser we told you about last week was a success! Officials with the Alzheimer’s Association say last week’s “A Ride to Remember” raised $600,000.