Partnering for Progress: Cheer Home Care and the Alzheimer’s Association

At Cheer Home Care, we believe in the power of collaboration to make a positive impact in our San Diego community! Recently, Brooke Martindale and Gabrielle Pumpian were guests and had the privilege of joining the Alzheimer’s Association Executive Leadership Roundtable at their inspiring event. They represented the home care industry as they engaged in discussions on Alzheimer’s alongside industry leaders, doctors, biotech professionals, and esteemed board members.

Alzheimer’s disease affects millions of individuals and families worldwide, and its impact extends far beyond the diagnosed individual. That’s why events like the one hosted by the Alzheimer’s Association are so crucial—they provide a platform for sharing personal and professional narratives, fostering understanding, and promoting collaboration in the fight against Alzheimer’s. During the event, attendees exchanged personal and professional experiences related to Alzheimer’s disease. This exchange not only deepened the understanding of the challenges faced by those affected, but also emphasized the importance of community and individual support and engagement. One aspect that our team noticed was the Alzheimer’s Association proactive approach in soliciting feedback from attendees. Their commitment to listening and learning reflects their dedication to enhancing community engagement and extending support to individuals and families affected by Alzheimer’s. As representatives of Cheer Home Care, Brooke and Gabrielle were inspired by the passion and dedication of everyone involved in the event. 

In closing, we extend our heartfelt gratitude to the Alzheimer’s Association for hosting such a meaningful event. We are honored to stand alongside them in the fight against Alzheimer’s disease, and we look forward to future collaboration! We believe that by coming together and pooling our resources, knowledge, and expertise, we can make significant steps in improving the lives of those affected by Alzheimer’s disease. For more information about the Alzheimer’s Association organization, please visit their website at

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