Every 68 seconds someone is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia. Our goal at Azura Memory Care to help support those with the diagnosis, their family and friends and even help find a cure for this disease by raising funds for and being a statewide sponsor of the Walk to End Alzheimer’s in Wisconsin.
In fact, Azura has raised nearly $100,000 toward this effort and encourages its Team Members and their families, along with our residents and their families to participating in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s in their communities.
Last year, over 200 individuals joined the Azura sea of blue at our local Walks and we would love to see an even bigger turnout this year! If you would like to join us at a Walk to End Alzheimer’s please contact your Azura Memory Care home’s Executive Director by August 22nd.
All pre-registered Azura Friend and Family Walkers will be gifted a commemorative Azura Walk t-shirt, but they must RSVP by August 22nd, provide their size and pick their shirt up at the Walk for which they are participating. You can also click on the your local Walk information below and be linked to the Azura Team site to register too! Come Walk with us and together we will create a world without Alzheimer’s!
Azura’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s Calendar – 2016
"We want to thank you for the loving special care you took of our mother, Diane. It was truly mom's home and you all became part of our family. Everything was home for her....from the beautiful rooms, large sunny windows all around, good food made with love, fun and personal activities from people who really loved our mom. We would highly recommend your facility to anyone. The staff from the director, to the doctor, to the nurse, to the caregivers and the maintenance man were all extremely helpful, caring, loving and professional. There are not enough words to say how much we appreciate all of you. Your exceptional care, kindness, and love were beyond anything we could have imagined. You were part of our family, and we will miss you." - Gail Sommers and Deborah Guse