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Carol Steinberg

Executive Vice President

Alzheimer's Association

HQ Phone:  (800) 272-3900

Direct Phone: (516) ***-****direct phone

Email: c***@***.org

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Alzheimer's Association

225 North Michigan Avenue 17Th Floor

Chicago, Illinois,60601

United States

Company Description

The Alzheimer's Association is the world's leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's disease care, support and research. Our mission is to eliminate Alzheimer's through the advancement of research; provide and enhance care and support for all affect...more

Background Information

Employment History

Executive Vice President-Business Development

HealthCare Chaplaincy Network Inc


Executive Vice President and Director of Public Relations and Development

Long Island Alzheimer's Foundation


Web References(154 Total References)


Senior Staff - HealthCare Chaplaincy

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Carol Steinberg
HealthCare Chaplaincy - Carol Steinberg Carol Steinberg is Executive Vice President of HealthCare Chaplaincy Network and its affiliate, the Spiritual Care Association. In this role, her responsibilities include overseeing public relations, communications, development, and other efforts to advance the mission of each organization. Carol also serves as editor-in-chief of HCCN's bi-annual Caring for the Human Spirit® magazine. Prior to joining HCCN in October 2014, Carol served as a top executive at the Alzheimer's Foundation of America (AFA) since its founding in 2002 and helped build it into a leading national nonprofit organization. As executive vice president and later president, she played a major role in developing and securing funding for AFA's nationally-recognized programs and services, and serving as spokesperson for the organization and the cause. Previously, Carol was an award-winning journalist who regularly contributed to The New York Times, Success magazine, and other publications.


Therapeutic Thematic Arts Programming for Older Adults - Linda Levine Madori, PhD

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- Carol Steinberg, Executive Vice President, Alzheimer's Foundation of America
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Transcending Dementia through the TTAP Method A New Psychology of Art, the Brain, and Cognition - Linda Levine Madori, PhD

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Carol Steinberg, Executive Vice President, Alzheimer's Foundation of America and editor-in-chief of AFA's care
"Brilliant and must reading for practitioners today.


National Memory Screening Day -

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Memory screenings are a first but critical step toward finding out where you stand now and what additional steps you might need to take," said Carol Steinberg, president of the Alzheimer's Foundation of America.


STL Home Care: 5 Great Ways To Connect With Alzheimer's Patients

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Carol Steinberg, Executive Vice President of the Alzheimer's Foundation of America, says
Steinberg recalls an incident from many years ago before she was at the Alzheimer's Foundation. "I didn't know much about Alzheimer's disease back then," she says. "Once when we were visiting my parents my daughters were collecting information for the family tree, so we asked my mother the name of the hometown where my father's parents came from. We didn't even think to ask my dad because he had Alzheimer's disease, and we felt certain he wouldn't remember it." "You can imagine our shock when he chimed in with the right name just as my mother was getting ready to answer. Steinberg says that caused her family both guilt and joy. Steinberg emphasizes,


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