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Martha McSally Nov 30
We all probably know or love someone who has been touched by Alzheimer’s. My uncle suffered for many years before he passed away. This , learn the warning signs & go see a doctor if you think you may be suffering. ➡️.
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Vivian Stamatopoulos Jan 18
Young caregivers like Kathleen and Emily are too busy advocating for their loved ones to advocate for themselves. It’s imperative that we step up to advocate for them.
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ORCA Jan 31
“Help me continue to be the best that I can be.” Listen to Mary Beth Wighton, Dementia Advocate and Member of ORCA’s Dementia Task Force, talk about the difference a dementia-inclusive community can make in peoples’ lives.
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EKU_SAAC Nov 13
November is Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness month! 💜💟
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HHS.gov Nov 18
Many people become more forgetful as they age. How can you tell the difference between mild forgetfulness and serious memory problems like ?
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INCommunities Jan 16
Myth: my mother had Alzheimer's, so I'm going to get it too. Reality: Familial Alzheimer's disease accounts for less than 5% of all cases of Alzheimer's disease
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Senator Pat Toomey Nov 20
Alzheimer's is a devastating disease that has touched my family & millions more in the US. With November being , & I hosted a hearing today focused on access to care & a bill I'm working on to help families with the cost of long-term care.
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Daisy Wai, MPP Jan 6
Myth: Alzheimer's is a disease of the elderly. Fact: Alzheimer’s is a progressive, degenerative disease of the brain. It usually affects people over 65 years of age, but can also affect people in their 40s and 50s.
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Rep. Don Bacon Nov 23
November is . This month, we recognize the estimated 5.8 million Americans living with Alzheimer's. I am happy to cosponsor several bills that raise awareness, advance research, and find ways to combat this disease.
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Ontario CLRI Jan 8
January is 🧠 We've has put together this instructional video for students👩‍🎓 participating in experiential learning in or homes to learn about and how they can support residents.
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Talamus Health Ghana Jan 16
What do you know about the 's Disease? Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive disease that destroys memory and other important mental functions.
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North Carolina A&T Nov 22
., , , & partnered to host a walk for , beginning at the statue, ending at the student center with a few words of remembrance and a balloon release.
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ParticipACTION Jan 5
Age is the primary risk factor for dementia. The good news? Regular brain stimulation with physical activity can extend your years of strong brain health!
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Rep. Gil Cisneros Nov 15
Today, I wore this teal ribbon to bring awareness to . In honor of the 5 million Americans living with Alzheimers, let's work together to fight for better treatment, services, and research to cure this disease.
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Paulette B Sharkey Nov 19
It's , a good time to spread the word about my upcoming , a story about how to best love people with : just as they are. I'm donating all my proceeds to support research to end the disease. Pre-order:
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Lost Memories Found Hope Nov 28
For anyone caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s, please share my page with them! Have a great weekend everyone!
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ANFCA Jan 9
Alzheimer's Awareness Month. The rate for indigenous Elders with dementia are 34 percent higher than non-Indigenous people and expected to increase by 4x by 2031.
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Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre Jan 2
January is . Looking for information about Alzheimer’s, dementia and caregiving? Dr. Nathan Herrmann, memory disorders specialist, shares his expertise in his blog series “The Memory Doctor”:
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Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre Jan 14
“My mother has Alzheimer’s disease. Does that mean I’ll get it?” In this post, memory disorders specialist Dr. Nathan Herrmann discusses the link between genetics and Alzheimer’s:
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Ian Kremer Nov 17
Please reTweet if you agree that today and everyday, the choice is ours: will we love fully and unconditionally?
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