Alzheimer's Walk

Join us for Alzheimer's Walk!

Step forward and make a difference in the lives of people facing Alzheimer's disease or other form of dementia by attending one of the seven Alzheimer’s Walks in south central Wisconsin!

By supporting this benefit for the Alzheimer's & Dementia Alliance of Wisconsin, your make a real difference in the lives of Wisconsin families facing this disease.

Walk locations

Register online

  1. Click on the walk you would like to attend.

  2. Click on ‘Register Now.’

 

Can’t make it to the walk?

Join us as a virtual walker! Simply register as a “Virtual Participant” on the registration page of the walk website of your choice.

It's easy to form a team!

  1. Choose a team captain and name for your group.

  2. Register and recruit 10-12 team members. If you invite three people and ask them to invite three people, before you know it, you’ll have a team.

  3. Get to work for the cause. Have fun using your collective brainpower to develop some creative fundraising ideas!

ALL proceeds stay here in Wisconsin!

When you contact the Alzheimer's & Dementia Alliance, you are getting access to compassionate experts who live right here in south central Wisconsin. All of our resources, programs and services stay in this community and serve the people who make their life here.

About the Alzheimer's & Dementia Alliance

Since 1985, the expert staff of the Alzheimer’s & Dementia Alliance (ADAW) has provided support, education and information to those affected by dementia. In addition, our professional training programs, promotion of local research and statewide advocacy efforts contribute to better care for all. The ADAW is a welcoming and inclusive organization.

The Alzheimer's & Dementia Alliance is your partner along the journey, guiding those affected with innovative programs and services to support people’s well-being. The staff of the Alzheimer's & Dementia Alliance understands that each person and family facing a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia will need support from the earliest to the most advanced stages of the disease.

Our emphasis on public policy has helped bring millions in state and federal research dollars to Wisconsin researchers. We are also the first Alzheimer’s organization in the nation to have a Diversity Coordinator linking the African American community to researchers at UW-Madison’s federally-funded Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center.

For more information, contact Kristin Larson, Development Director, at 608.310.8780.

 

 


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Alzheimer's & Dementia Alliance of Wisconsin
517 North Segoe Rd., Suite 301, Madison, WI 53705
Phone: 608.232.3400 or 888.308.6251
Fax: 608.232.3407
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm