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Advocacy Matters

Advocacy Matters

Does advocacy matter? You bet it does! More than 33,000 advocates chapter-wide persistently emailed, tweeted, marched, called, and visited with their congressional representatives to push for more funding so that we can end Alzheimer’s Disease! For over 5 years we...

Early Stage Panel

“In Their Own Voices” – Early Stage panel shares insights into dementia

The early stage panel at the 2015 Northbay Conference, Understanding Memory Loss, shares their experiences being diagnosed and living with dementia. You may also download additional insights from several early stage support groups here: https://indd.adobe.com/view/e57785ba-244e-4917-ac0a-2da64b061126 Helpful information related to this post: “I Have...

Conversations About Dementia

Learn: Conversations About Dementia

Learn helpful tips to guide you in having difficult conversations with family members, including going to the doctor, deciding when to stop driving, and making legal and financial plans. Watch the video below and learn more at http://alz.org/alzheimers_disease_1973.asp

Compassionate Communication

Learn: Compassionate Communication

Communication is more than the ability to exchange words—it is the ability to connect with someone. This program will provide strategies on improving overall communication skills in connecting with memory-impaired individuals. Watch the video below and learn more at http://www.alz.org/care/dementia-communication-tips.asp