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Dugan Radwin

Community Advisor

Dugan Radwin has an extensive background in media and communications, having previously served as director of media content for the Dutchess County Regional Chamber of Commerce and for several years as niche content editor for the Poughkeepsie Journal, where she oversaw a variety of publications, including the award-winning Living & Being wellness magazine and the My Valley environment section. A Bard College graduate, she lives in Rhinebeck and is communications manager for the Alzheimer’s Association Hudson Valley Chapter. 

Dugan Radwin's Contributions

  1. White Plains Woman Honored For Fighting Alzheimer's

    White Plains Woman Honored For Fighting Alzheimer's

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Stacy Cohen, a White Plains resident who previously lived in Chappaqua, is doing what she can to rid the world of Alzheimer's Disease.Cohen was honored by the Alzheimer's Association Hudson Valley Chapter as one of its 2016-2017 Women's Champions. Cohen is one of 12 champions from around the Hudson Valley chosen because of their devotion to the fight against ...

  2. Pleasantville Mother, Daughter Honored For Fighting Alzheimer's

    Pleasantville Mother, Daughter Honored For Fighting Alzheimer's

    PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. -- A Pleasantville mother-daughter team is leading the fight against Alzheimer's.Amy Shanus and her daughter Maggie were honored as Women's Champions by the Alzheimer's Association Hudson Valley Chapter. They are among 12 women chosen to be champions because of their devotion to the fight against Alzheimer’s.They became involved with the Alzheimer’s Association after ...

  3. Marlene George, Yonkers Caregiver To Speak At Alzheimer’s Symposium

    Marlene George, Yonkers Caregiver To Speak At Alzheimer’s Symposium

    YONKERS, N.Y. -- Marlene George of Yonkers, a graduate student at Sarah Lawrence College studying health advocacy, knows a thing or two about caring for someone with Alzheimer’s. Her father was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in the fall of 2011. For a few years, George lived with her parents in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and helped with the caregiving. Because of her nursing background, she took ...

  4. Beacon Man Takes The Plunge To Help Fight Alzheimer's

    Beacon Man Takes The Plunge To Help Fight Alzheimer's

    BEACON, N.Y. -- Matt Santoro, a Beacon resident, knows the water is going to be cold Saturday. But he'll do whatever it takes to raise money for Alzheimer's Disease.Santoro, a member relations supervisor for TEG Credit Union, is one of the many hundreds of people taking part in the Alzheimer's Association Hudson Valley Chapter's seventh annual Subzero Heroes fundraiser by plunging into ...

  5. Armonk's Andy Cahn, Alzheimer's Association Board Member, 79

    Armonk's Andy Cahn, Alzheimer's Association Board Member, 79

    ARMONK, N.Y. -- William M. “Andy” Cahn III of Armonk, a champion of the Alzheimer’s Association’s cause, died on on Monday, Jan. 9. He was 79.Cahn had been on the board of directors of the association’s local chapter since 2008. He was its chairman and had served in many other capacities.He volunteered as a caregiver support group facilitator and also participated in the chapter’s ...

  6. Chance To Learn, Better Understand Dementia In Clarkstown

    Chance To Learn, Better Understand Dementia In Clarkstown

    NANUET, N.Y. – The Alzheimer’s Association has scheduled a pair of events this December to educate people about Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia-related conditions.“Understanding and Responding to Dementia-related Behavior,” is scheduled from noon to 2 p.m. on Dec. 12 at Meals on Wheels, 121 W. Nyack Road, Nanuet, according to a statement from the Alzheimer's Association.On Dec. ...

  7. Alzheimer's or  Dementia? Learn Warning Signs In Valley Cottage, Nanuet

    Alzheimer's or Dementia? Learn Warning Signs In Valley Cottage, Nanuet

    SLOATSBURG, N.Y. -- Do you know the difference between Alzheimer's disease and dementia? Warning signs of memory loss?The Alzheimer's Association Hudson Valley Chapter offers several educational and support programs in the region."The Basics: Memory loss, dementia and Alzheimer’s disease” will be on Monday, Nov. 14 at 10:30 a.m. at the Sloatsburg Library, 1 Liberty Rock Road, ...

  8. Five Hudson Valley Walks To End Alzheimer's Expect To Raise More Than $1M

    Five Hudson Valley Walks To End Alzheimer's Expect To Raise More Than $1M

    The Alzheimer’s Association Hudson Valley Chapter held five walks around its seven-county region over the past few weeks, starting with the Westchester Walk to End Alzheimer’s on Sept. 25 at White Plains High School and ending with the Putnam walk on Oct. 16 at the Putnam Office for Senior Resources in Carmel.Walks were also held in Montgomery, Pomona and on the Walkway Over the Hudson ...

  9. Working With Seniors Fuels Poughkeepsie Woman's Fight Against Alzheimer's

    Working With Seniors Fuels Poughkeepsie Woman's Fight Against Alzheimer's

    POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. -- As someone who has spent her entire adult life working with senior citizens, Donna Lombardi Slavin of Poughkeepsie is deeply devoted to fighting Alzheimer's disease -- and she'd like others to join in the fight."I started at 16 in the field of caring for the elderly, as an aide in a nursing home, and I met up with a lot of elderly people," she said. ...

  10. Come 'Walk To End Alzheimers' In Pomona

    Come 'Walk To End Alzheimers' In Pomona

    POMONA, N.Y. - The Rockland Walk to End Alzheimer's will be held on Sunday, Oct. 9 in Pomona. The walk will take place at the Palisades Credit Union Park and is part of the national Walk to End Alzheimer's, the largest such event in the country to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer's care, support, and research programs. Those who participate will learn about Alzheimer's disease, ...

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