Thank you to our sponsors!
We’re thrilled to have this opportunity to give thanks to our benefactors. Everyone who participates is contributing to the cause, but this would simply not be possible without the support of our sponsors who propel us forward with their generosity.
Skip ahead to each section of sponsors by clicking the buttons below:
to see our sponsorship packet.
Deadline: April 25th, 2022
Rhode Island Department of Health
The Rhode Island Department of Health’s mission is to prevent disease and protect and promote the health and safety of the people of Rhode Island. Our leading priorities include:
1) Address the socioeconomic and environmental determinants of health; 2) Eliminate health disparities and promote health equity; and 3) Ensure access to quality health services for all Rhode Islanders, including the state's vulnerable populations.
Rhode Island Geriatric Education Center
Working along side our collaborating partners, RIGEC aims to develop a comprehensive interprofessional geriatrics education model for patient-centered practice in primary care educational and clinical settings across the state. This also includes training to patients, families, caregivers, healthcare providers, and health professions students on Alzheimer’s Disease and related dementias.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Rhode Island
At Blue Cross, we promise to deliver cost leadership, customer convenience, and comprehensive health and well-being for the state of Rhode Island. Here’s what you can expect from us:
Health plans that help our members make the best decisions for their health
Simplified customer experience
Advocacy and policy efforts aimed at affordability
Predictable and sustainable cost-effective healthcare services.
Butler Hospital Memory & Aging Program
The Butler Hospital Memory & Aging Program (MAP) is a worldwide leader in Alzheimer’s disease research. An affiliate of The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, MAP has a 20+ year history of excellence in clinical care, training, and cutting-edge research aimed at developing new and better ways to detect, treat, and someday even prevent Alzheimer’s. The program works hand in hand with health care providers, community groups, other research organizations, and everyday people with normal memory or some degree of memory loss who are willing to participate in the research needed to bring an end to Alzheimer’s disease.