Memory Sunday is an annual campaign on the second Sunday in June that raises awareness about Alzheimer’s and other dementias among African Americans by mobilizing congregations to provide education and resource materials on Alzheimer’s prevention, treatment, research, and caregiver support.
THE DOWN BY THE RIVERSIDE CONCERT
Gather your family members of all generations for this uplifting concert!
NEW 2023 edit includes interviews with families facing Alzheimer’s and other dementias
Directed by gospel artist Dr. Stephen Hurd Featuring The Balm Singers
THE BOOK OF ALZHEIMER’S: FOR AFRICAN AMERICAN CONGREGATIONS
The Book of Alzheimer’s for African American Congregations is a resource guide for churches serving African Americans that desire to help families and individuals understand and cope with the challenges of Alzheimer’s and other dementias.
UNDERSTANDING THE IMPACTS OF ALZHEIMER’S & PARKINSON’S
Watch an engaging conversation on how Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disproportionately affect the African American community, and the significant impact on caregivers and their families. This video features Dr. Ima Long, Dr. Richard King, Pamela Price, and Stephanie J. Monroe.
GUIDANCE FOR CHURCHES FROM OUR PARTNER ALTER
What do our churches have to do with the epidemic of Alzheimer’s and other dementias? Everything. Learn how your church can take action with ALTER.
LEARN ABOUT THE BRAIN HEALTH CENTER FOR AFRICAN AMERICANS
The Brain Health Center for African Americans BHCAA) is a training institute and online resource center designed to raise awareness of the importance of cognitive health among African Americans by partnering with health ministries and collaborating with academic institutes and organizations, such as the National Black Nurses Association, National Medical Association, and AARP.