Every 66 seconds a person develops Alzheimer's disease. For the past 27 years, I have been working with families and individuals who have faced the diagnosis. I have cried with a daughter when her mom no longer knew who she was. I sat down with a wife to tell her that her husband was overwhelmed and needed a break from being a caregiver. There have been 23 walks that I have laced up for. And there have been numerous presentations done in a vareity of states to help educate those facing the realities of the disease. But 2 years ago, as a family, we needed to face our own 66 second moment. My dad received the diagnosis of dementia. The reality became that I am now the daughter who might not be recognized. And my mom might be the one who has to let others help her when she is overwhelmed. And that my dad and our family is who I now walk in support of. I am a Champion because I hope to help us reach the day when no other family has to face their 66 second moment.