Dementia Residents And Care Givers Observed World Alzheimer’s Day at Poet’s Walk Cedar Park

In 2018, there are more than 50 million people with dementia worldwide. The stigmatization and misinformation that surrounds dementia is a global problem; however, for so many it is local. Poet’s Walk Cedar Park, and its 16 sister communities, understand the immediate need for care and the importance of awareness and education around this disease. That’s why the community will took part in World Alzheimer’s Day on September 21, 2018. World Alzheimer’s Day is a time to recognize the impact of dementia but also to support those affected. A coordinated global voice on dementia ensures that this action is taken to advance awareness, care and science all year round.

Dementia also has a significant impact on individuals and their care partners who work around the world. The residents, families and team members at Poet’s Walk Cedar Park live with this disease every day. “To watch your family member and loved one develop Alzheimer’s is heartbreaking for everyone. The more people understand the disease, the better care patients can receive and the sooner we’ll be able to, hopefully, develop a cure,” said Gibran Chambers, Executive Director at Poet’s Walk Cedar Park. Diagnosed every three seconds, dementia shares risk factors with diseases such as heart disease, stroke and diabetes.

Poet’s Walk Cedar Park joined with people, organizations and communities in more than 80 countries worldwide to raise awareness, educate people, and promote understanding and support for the millions affected on World Alzheimer’s Day. World Alzheimer’s Day was launched in 1994.



About Poet’s Walk Cedar Park:
Poet’s Walk Cedar Park provides memory care with the finest amenities and is located at 1503 Medical Parkway in Cedar Park, TX 78613. For more information, visit or call 512-738-8288.

About Alzheimer’s Disease International:
Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI) is the umbrella organization of 94 Alzheimer associations around the globe. We aim to help establish and strengthen associations around the world and to raise awareness about Alzheimer’s disease and other causes of dementia. ADI works locally, by empowering national Alzheimer associations to promote and offer support to people with dementia and their care partners, and globally to focus attention on the epidemic and campaign for policy change from governments and the World Health Organization (WHO), with whom ADI has had consultative status since 2012.

About Spring Hills Senior Communities & Memory Care Communities:
All Spring Hills Senior Communities and Poet’s Walk Memory Care Communities offer a distinctive and innovative approach to assisted living, memory care and Home Care Services as led by Alexander Markowits, President/CEO. Signature Touches is the company’s approach to offering services that are designed to meet the needs and preferences of residents and clients. Personal choice is top priority, which is exemplified by recreational programs led by professionals in one of the company’s Spring Hills communities located in NJ, VA, OH and FL, in the company’s Poet’s Walks communities located in TX, NV, VA, FL and soon-to-be MD, or in their own home. For more information about their commitment to senior living, including information on Spring Hills Home Care Services, visit or