Giving

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Donations are an important source of funding for the Memory Disorders Center at the UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute. They help support patient care and groundbreaking translational and clinical research that could lead to better treatments for patients who suffer from Alzheimer’s disease, non-Alzheimer’s dementia or other memory disorders.

Sandy and Bob Heimann provided the building blocks for the Memory Disorders Center in 2008 by establishing the Sandy and Bob Heimann Chair in Research and Education of Alzheimer’s Disease.To date, the Heimanns have donated more than $2 million.

“We want to make a difference,” said Ms. Heimann, whose mother has Alzheimer’s disease. She and her mother, only 18 years her senior, were best friends. “I miss my mom,” Ms. Heiman said. “I see her several times a week, but she doesn’t know it. She doesn’t recognize me, or walk, or talk.”

The Memory Disorders Center also acknowledges the ongoing support provided by the Cheering for Charity Foundation.

Support from the Heimanns and Cheering for Charity enabled the Memory Disorders Center to hire a nurse practitioner, Robin Bratt, CNP, in 2012.

For more information, or to make a donation, please contact:

Gina Weitzel
Senior Director of Development
UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute
PO Box 670544 51 Goodman Drive, Suite 100
Cincinnati Ohio 45221-0544
(513) 558-6112

Gina.Weitzel@uc.edu

Or, you may donate online »

Above photo: From left, Bob and Sandy Heimann, Joseph Hinson, and Brendan Kelley, MD, at the opening of the Memory Disorders Center.

Donations are an important source of funding for the Memory Disorders Center at the UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute. They help support patient care and groundbreaking translational and clinical research that could lead to better treatments for patients who suffer from Alzheimer’s disease, non-Alzheimer’s dementia or other memory disorders.

Sandy and Bob Heimann provided the building blocks for the Memory Disorders Center in 2008 by establishing the Sandy and Bob Heimann Chair in Research and Education of Alzheimer’s Disease.To date, the Heimanns have donated more than $2 million.

“We want to make a difference,” said Ms. Heimann, whose mother has Alzheimer’s disease. She and her mother, only 18 years her senior, were best friends. “I miss my mom,” Ms. Heiman said. “I see her several times a week, but she doesn’t know it. She doesn’t recognize me, or walk, or talk.”

The Memory Disorders Center also acknowledges the ongoing support provided by the Cheering for Charity Foundation.

Support from the Heimanns and Cheering for Charity enabled the Memory Disorders Center to hire a nurse practitioner, Robin Bratt, CNP, in 2012.

For more information, or to make a donation, please contact:

Gina Weitzel
Senior Director of Development
UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute
PO Box 670544 51 Goodman Drive, Suite 100
Cincinnati Ohio 45221-0544
(513) 558-6112

Gina.Weitzel@uc.edu

Or, you may donate online »

Above photo: From left, Bob and Sandy Heimann, Joseph Hinson, and Brendan Kelley, MD, at the opening of the Memory Disorders Center.

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