Cindy Sorrentino, the owner of Jazzercise, discussed why she decided to align herself with this event. “My mom has Alzheimer’s,” she says. “This is a very important organization for me because there is no cure.”
Jazzercise is a dance fitness program, including cardio and strength. “We do everything from hip workouts to strength training,” Sorrentino states. “It’s a great program.”
“Our program stays current with trends,” Sorrentino states, citing yoga, Pilates and kickboxing. “We evolve along with everything.”
Latino also spoke with Ray and Robyn Giordano, who teamed up with Sorrentino for the event. They run Right at Home, a company providing in-home care for elderly and disabled adults. Many of these adults suffer from Alzheimer’s or dementia. “We came today to educate people and get the word out,” Ray says.
The pair decided to team up with Sorrentino after seeing memory loss becoming a common trait of their clientele. “It’s very important to us, and we know it is very important to many people out there,” Robyn states.