More trouble in Alzheimer Association’s land

Alzheimer; News from the web:

As we feared, the first chapter from the Alzheimer’s Association has decided to disassociate to avoid being centralized. Although there will be pros and cons to centralization and how you run the programs, the thing that will really divide the efforts to combat this terrible disease is when chapters go independent and the Alzheimer’s Association starts a new centralized chapter right next to it to ensure national coverage.

Folks, we are about to waste lots of money, effort and goodwill.

At this moment you have the national Alzheimer’s Association¬†and then there is the New York Chapter and about 53 other chapters. Potentially, if none of them wants to be centralized, there could be around 100 different organizations all trying to accomplish the same. What a waste!

Read all about it HERE