We are pleased to bring you this report on our 30th anniversary in the fight to end Alzheimer's. When the Massachusetts Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association was founded, it comprised a small dedicated staff and board of directors. Those individuals went on to make history, establishing programs to help some of the most vulnerable people in our population - families affected by Alzheimer's and related dementias.
Our organization has grown in size and geographic research through the past three decades in order to capitalize on shared resources and provide greater depth of service. The eastern and western parts of Massachusetts were first represented by separate chapters which merged in 1999. Then, in 2007, the New Hampshire office officially merged and we became the organization we are today. With almost 1,000 volunteers and a staff of nearly 50 working out of six offices, we serve the 142,000 people with Alzheimer's, and their families, in our two-states.
The changes do not stop there.
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