American Senior Communities Flash Mob Swoops into Indianapolis International Airport to Raise Awareness for Alzheimer’s

Event promotes Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month


INDIANAPOLIS, June 15, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — On Friday, June 2nd, Indianapolis International Airport visitors were surprised by a flash mob organized by American Senior Communities. The event was created as a means to raise awareness and funds for the Alzheimer’s Association during Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month, which takes place in June.

The Crispus Attucks Medical Magnet High School cheerleaders teamed up with 50 ASC staff members, caregivers and volunteers to dance for travelers to raise awareness and donate funds for the Alzheimer’s Association. As performers strutted their stuff, airport employees and onlookers boogied in the background while reading large signs with Alzheimer’s facts printed on them.

Visit ASC’s Facebook page to watch the full video:

The Alzheimer’s Association’s offers a free helpline which allows families and individuals with Alzheimer’s to connect with a licensed social worker. A $25 donation helps support one helpline call, and according to Anne Murray, the Coordinator for the Alzheimer’s Association for the Longest Day, last year the association received over 7,000 calls.

American Senior Communities is a proud partner with the Alzheimer’s Association of Greater Indiana and The Longest Day Greater Indiana.

About American Senior Communities

American Senior Communities is a world-class health organization dedicated to compassionately serving each resident with quality care and excellence through health solutions that foster independence and self-esteem. Our senior living communities are designed to specifically serve today’s seniors through a multitude of lifestyle choices with integrated services and amenities. To learn more about how caring people make the difference at American Senior Communities or to find a location near you, please visit

SOURCE American Senior Communities

CONTACT: Hannah McCarthy, American Senior Communities, (317) 788-2500 or



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