Sunday, 9 August 2015

7.30AM – 12.00PM
Lebuhraya Bukit Jalil, Bukit Jalil, 57000 Kuala Lumpur

Alzheimer’s Disease Foundation Malaysia (ADFM) jointly with Rotary Club Sri Petaling and University Malaya’s MeLor, and supported by Eisai Malaysia, is having a MEMORY WALK to commemorate the fourth global World Alzheimer’s Month in September this year under the Theme ‘REMEMBER ME”, to raise greater awareness of this rapidly growing disease and reduce the stigma that surrounds dementia.     

Based on UN statistical projections for Malaysia, the number of people with dementia will grow to over 261 thousand by 2030 and 590 thousand by the year 2050.  Current estimate of those affected is 123 thousand.

The Theme “REMEMBER ME” is dedicated to Caregivers and their loved ones living with dementia, and remembering those who have passed away. 

JOIN THE MEMORY WALK to raise public awareness of this crippling disease and reduce the stigma attached to dementia.  Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) and Dementia can affect anyone of us or our loved ones.


Warming Up Exercise by Jumpstart Fitness First
Flag 0ff – 2km for AD Persons, and 5KM for Public (No worries!  If you can’t complete the 5km Fun Walk, your support and presence is more important J
Collect Food and Drink
Free Health Screening by UMMC Geriatric Team of Doctors & Nurses together with Nurses from MNA UMMC Branch 
Zumba Exercise
End (those who wish to leave early, they can do so)

Confirmation of Registration:  Email the RegistrationForm to for confirmation, on first come first-served basis. 

Registration Fee:  RM20 per participant.  AD Persons FREE. (First 500 participants will get T-Shirt, Cap, Goody Bag, Drink & Food).    

Payment:  Refers to Registration Form

Enquiry:  Contact Jenny / Michael at Tel:  03 7931 5850 / 016 608 2513 or Email:

Kindly help to circulate to all your family members, friends, business associates, senior community clubs and social network for support. 


Hurry, Sign Up Early !!
 See you at Bukit Jalil Recreational Park on 20 September soon !!!

Best wishes,
Memory Walk Organizing Team