JUST IN: It’s Their Time’s Leslie Crozier Presents A $100,000 Check For Dr. Roger Rosenberg’s Research In Fighting Alzheimer’s

Anyone who knows Leslie Crozier knows that she’s a human dynamo. Whether it’s entering a room filled with strangers or taking on a cause, she’s a supernova. And that’s exactly how she tackled her personal vendetta against Alzheimer’s. Within 116 days, she created a foundation — It’s Their Time — and held a sold-out event on Tuesday, May 23, at the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle … [Read more...]

Dr. Marilyn Albert Reported The Developments In The Treatment Of Alzheimer’s At The Jean And Bill Booziotis Distinguished Lecture

Alzheimer's is a disease that impacts all ages. From the more susceptible older members of the community to the millennials, who see and care for family members in various stages of Alzheimer's, it has been a multi-generational rallying point. For that reason it was no surprise to see all ages present for the 4th Annual Jean and Bill Booziotis Distinguished Lecture with Dr. … [Read more...]

A Mother’s Quandary On How To Help Her Toddler Understand Alzheimer’s

A young mom of a beautiful little chap was both grateful and upset. Yes, she was indeed thankful that her picture-perfect son was sweet, loving and in very good health. He was surrounded by loving parents and big sisters. But the mom confessed that despite having what appeared to be the wished-for family, there was a problem — her mother (aka the toddler's grandma). While … [Read more...]

An Evening Of “Thought-Provoking Cocktails And Conversations” Proved To Be Just That Thanks To Dr. Michael Rugg

It was billed as an evening of “Thought-provoking Cocktails and Conversations.” And that’s exactly what it was, when about 60 people gathered at Museum Tower on Monday, December 15, to hear a talk about Alzheimer’s Disease by Dr. Michael Rugg, director of The Center for Vital Longevity at the University of Texas at Dallas. More specifically, Rugg’s talk was called … [Read more...]

Baylor Health Care System Foundation Leadership Turns Out To Learn About Alzheimer’s And The Memory Center

While some were having holiday lunches and others were shopping for perfect gifts, the members of the Baylor Health Care System Foundation board gathered at the Baylor Charles S. Sammons Cancer Center on Tuesday, December 9, for a recap of the past, a look at the future and to learn about a disease that is growing in numbers. The tables in the room … [Read more...]