Dr. Miriam Galindo is an Irving, California-based family and child psychologist with several decades of experience. Apart from her work, Dr. Miriam Galindo supports the Alzheimer’s Association, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the prevention and treatment of Alzheimer’s.
The Alzheimer’s Association is responsible for the annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s, the world’s largest event designed to educate and raise funds for Alzheimer’s research and care. More than 600 communities and nearly half a million participants join together to increase awareness for Alzheimer’s in communities across the country.
Entry is free, and participants are expected to raise funds to contribute to the cause. The Alzheimer’s Association offers numerous tools and resources, including instructional videos and tips for creating a personal fundraising page. Funds raised from the walk continue to support and enhance educational programs, as well as to promote research and create a voice for Alzheimer’s in public policy.