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Be part of Intuition: A brain health study
Intuition is a virtual research study sponsored by Biogen, in collaboration with Apple, for participants between the ages of 21 and 86. By joining us, you can help researchers investigate the role an Apple Watch and iPhone could play in measuring changes in thinking and memory in adults, as well as studying longer-term changes in brain health. Wear an Apple Watch. Perform study activities on your iPhone. It’s that easy to participate in Intuition: a virtual brain health study. Visit to learn more about enrolment or, download the official flyer to discover how you can participate.


Download tools and resources to help conduct a successful Memory Sunday campaign, including liturgical resources, The Book of Alzheimer’s and social media messaging.

The Book of Alzheimer’s: For African Americans Congregations

The Book of Alzheimer’s for African American Churches is a resource guide for congregations serving African Americans who desire to help families and individuals understand and cope with the challenges of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias.

Memory Sunday Tool Kit

Our toolkit contains resources you can use to execute the Memory Sunday campaign virtually and via social media.

Understanding the Impacts of Alzheimer’s Disease & Parkinson’s Disease

Listen to an engaging conversation on how Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease disproportionately affects the African American community, and the significant impact on the caregivers and their families. This video features Dr. Ima Long, Dr. Richard King, Pamela Price, and Stephanie J. Monroe.

Partner Guide to Memory Sunday

What do our churches have to do with the epidemic of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias? Everything. Learn how your church can take action with ALTER.

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