Local Walk to End Alzheimer’s

by | Aug 26, 2012 | Alzheimer's, Community, Events | 0 comments

The Alzheimer’s Association’s signature nationwide fund-raising event will be held in Fredericksburg on Sept. 29th. Each fall, tens of thousands of people walk together – including family members, friends, caregivers, community and business leaders – to help make a difference in the lives of people affected by Alzheimer’s and to increase awareness of the disease and the courage of those facing its daily challenges. The walk will begin from the University of Mary Washington campus.


Become part of the group of individuals, corporations and organizations that are proud to lead the fight against Alzheimer’s disease. For additional information, click on the link below.



About Karen Koudelka

Owner and Administrator of Virginia Home Care Partners

Her connection with seniors began at an early age. “The elderly are my kind of people.” Karen has fourteen years of professional experience in both hospice and home care, she is devoted to her mission to Love people, Journey together and Make a difference. Partnership of excellence is her pursuit and joy.

Karen is a Positive Approach to Care Dementia Certified Independent Trainer.
Walking with her father through his journey with dementia inspired her to positively impact the lives of individuals living with dementia and their families.