The Denver Broncos organization, people with diagnosis, and many families, all came out to celebrate loved ones today and share in this journey to look forward to a cure by participating in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s. A beautiful day in the Mile High City of Denver brought out 11,000 people and a sea of purple in unity, walking together in solidarity and it was energetic and inspiring. I was there, with my engineer and producer Hank Bradshaw, recording my radio show Dementia Resilience with Jill Lorentz. I interviewed families living with the disease and those who have lost their loved ones. I also interviewed Joe Ellis, CEO and President of the Denver Broncos, asking him about the amazing commitment the Denver Broncos organization has made to the fight against Alzheimer’s on behalf of the Owner Pat Bowlen and his wife Annabel, who both have publicly shared their own diagnosis of the disease. Their children Brittney, Annabel, Christiana, and Patrick Bowlen lll, along with former players and current coaches and personnel participated in the walk this year at City Park. Executive Director of the Colorado Alzheimer’s Association Amelia Schafer spoke about the Walk on 9NEWS Denver after the Walk:

My company Summit Resilience Training, A SPONSOR of the WALK to End Alzheimer’s also had a booth and I appreciate my volunteers who shared information about the education resources we offer to families and professionals. Here is the audio of my radio show at the walk:






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