“Here We Grow Again” celebrates the local nonprofit’s third expansion within four years
[Palm Desert, CA, October 28, 2021] Alzheimers Coachella Valley (ACV), the Coachella Valley’s local resource for Alzheimer’s and dementia programs, activities and family support will host an open house on Friday, November 5, 2021, at 5:30pm. “Here We Grow Again” will celebrate the recent renovation and expansion of the organization’s facility located in the Berger Foundation building, 42600 Cook Street, Suite 134, in Palm Desert. Supported by local business, education partners, funders, foundations, and donors, ACV added various new programs to meet the needs of the growing population with cognitive impairment.
The event will feature refreshments, a deejay, and a special presentation by HALŌ Diagnostics neuroradiologist Dr. Christopher Hancock who conducted some of the clinical research on the Alzheimer’s drug Aduhelm. Opportunities to sign up for clinical research will also be available.
For more information visit https://cvalzheimers.org or call 760-776-3100.
About Alzheimers Coachella Valley (ACV):
ACV is a 501c3 non-profit organization providing free support and services for Coachella Valley residents living with cognitive impairment, their families and care partners. Started in January 2018, ACV is staffed by trained and professional volunteers, many of whom have more than 20 years of Alzheimer’s/dementia care experience. One hundred percent of ACV’s funding remains in the Coachella Valley providing local support for residents. ACV is not affiliated with any national organizations.