HFC welcomes YMAA! 

HFC and The Youth Movement Against Alzheimer’s (YMAA) have joined forces to engage and activate more young people in our movement to change the trajectory of Alzheimer’s Disease. Together, we are elevating the national conversation around Alzheimer’s, brain health, and prevention to drive awareness and inspire change.

Read our press release HERE.

Meet HFC’s Co-Founders Seth and Lauren Rogen: 

All About YMAA

The Youth Movement Against Alzheimer’s (YMAA) empowers and activates high school and college students across the U.S. to change the trajectory of Alzheimer’s disease through education, awareness, and collective action. Our aim is to reduce the stigma associated with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia by promoting disease education, providing opportunities to connect and support those affected by the disease, and inspire a generation of youth to take action to protect their own brain health by learning about and practicing brain healthy habits. We also recognize the growing community of students who are providing or helping to provide care to someone living with Alzheimer’s and aim to support caregiving youth with a range of resources and programs.


Chapter Resources

Sign up for this Fall’s Brain Health Peer Education Training program and get certified! Complete the interest form and you will be contacted by a team member to schedule your training in October or November.

Your updated chapter resources are available for the fall semester. Do not hesitate to reach out to us with any questions by emailing ymaa@wearehfc.org.

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