News & Press

Carmel Fire Dept. taking steps to better serve dementia patients (Current, 10/23/2018)

Citrus County building a reputation for being dementia friendly (Citrus County Chronicle, 10/22/2018)

A Memory Cafe to help those who may not be able to remember — and the people who love them (Indy Star, 10/20/2018)

Fox Valley Memory Project unveils new logo, new space and new goals (Post Crescent, 10/17/2018)

'Confused... fear... agitation': Push afoot to erase stigma of dementia(Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 10/1/2018)

Topsfield Fair is becoming ‘dementia friendly’ (Wicked Local Boxford, Sept 19, 2018)

Billerica welcomes dementia friendly day (Wicked Local Billerica, Sept 17, 2018)

River Forest aims for dementia-friendly designation (Oakpark.com, Sept 11, 2018)

As ‘Dementia Friendly’ community, Reading discusses facts, tips of condition (WickedLocal, August 13, 2018)

State, organizations push communities to become dementia friendly (Richmond Times-Dispatch, May 6, 2018)

Raising awareness of dementia (The Beacon, March 2018)

Palo Alto looks to become a 'dementia-friendly city' (Palo Alto Online, March 6, 2018)

Changing the Way We Look at Dementia (Kaiser Health News, February 8, 2018)

A Quest to Become Dementia-Friendly (U.S. News and World Report, February 1, 2018)

Police officers trained in 'dementia friendly' programs (ABC 33, February 7, 2018)

Towns, businesses urged to become dementia friendly (Telegram – Worster, MA, January 21, 2018)

Needed: More Community Support for People With Dementia (Next Avenue, November 27, 2017)

The city of Tempe aims to become more 'Dementia Friendly' (The State Press, October 19, 2017)

Communities strive to be 'dementia-friendly' as Alzheimer's numbers grow (USA Today, February 28, 2016)

More Cities Aim to Be ‘Dementia-Friendly’ (Wall Street Journal, October 22, 2015)