“Lifestyle Changes Can Make a Difference,” says Dr. Oz

Dr. Oz reveals his mother has Alzheimer's, acknowledges missing signs For full story, please click link below. https://www.today.com/today/amp/tdna162150
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NY Times Article: "How to Help Teenagers Keep Track of Their Stuff"

Back to school . . . back to basics!  Memory enhancement is for people of all ages. We all have memory "glitches" and here are a few tips to help teenagers featured in The New York Times. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/08/29/well/family/t…

Griswold Home Care makes Rosalyn Carter Institute Caregiver Manuals Possible

  Mike Falvo, Director of Griswold Home Care, presented Memory Matters with a grant award from the Jean Griswold Foundation.  Melissa Dalton received the award on behalf of Memory Matters and we are delighted to announce the grant…
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Sharing Memory Matters with Alzheimer's Society in London

Associate Executive Director, Dr. Krystal Culler, recently had an amazing opportunity to spend a day training with the Alzheimer's Society in London. "It was great to learn more about their organization in collaboration with Alzheimer's…
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Podcast with Associate Executive Director, Dr. Krystal Culler

Atlantic Conversations podcast with Dr. Krystal Culler, Atlantic Fellow for Equity in Brain Health. To listen to this podcast, please click on the image below (if showing), or the title above.  Once the link opens, you may listen on the…

Memory Matters Shares Its Artwork Worldwide

Sharing the artwork of Memory Matters with the world from Rhodes House in Oxford. 130 Fellows from over 30+ countries. We gifted each program a piece of artwork from our participants. Experiential Summary by Dr. Krystal Culler - July…

"Relationships Matter: CFL and Memory Matters"

Memory Matters and the Community Foundation of the Lowcountry: What is your relationship with us? Memory Matters has long been supported by the CFL in its charitable work with families living with cognitive impairment. In the early…

Memory Matters Awarded AFA Grant to Help Fund Respite Care Program

  AFA Awards Grants to Help Fund Respite Care Programs for Families Affected by Alzheimer's Memory Matters 1 of 15 Grant Recipients AFA awarded a total of $75,000 in grant funding to 15 of its member organizations to…
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The Best Type of Exercise Uses Your Body -- AND Your Brain

THE BEST TYPE OF EXERCISE USES YOUR BODY—AND YOUR BRAIN By Andrew Merle June 17, 2019 Dr. John Ratey has studied the brain for more than 40 years. As a psychiatrist, he has always been interested in how we can…

Newest Board Member, Greg DeLoach

Greg DeLoach is married with two children and has lived in Rose Hill since 1989. Greg has been an SC-licensed attorney for 35 years after he graduated from Stetson University with. B.S. in Political Science and the University of  South Carolina…