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Marta Junco-Ivern Apr 24
The Brain Bus offers training and educacional resources for families affected by Alzheimer's in inderserved and rural areas in Florida. It is an essential mobile resource for these families. Please, Repeesentative McGhee, support funding for the
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Jennifer Braisted Apr 24
With a targeted focus on visits to underserved and rural areas of the state, the seeks to alleviate the impact of the disease on those Floridians less likely to have consistent access to awareness, training and educational resources.
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Julie Rivera Apr 24
Please Support the Alzheimer’s Brain Bus Initiative. This will provide much needed resources to many low income families, free cognitive exams that may help with diagnosis. a crucial resource for our community suffering in silence 💜
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Leslie Rivera Apr 24
Let's support the Alzheimer's Association which serves as a mobile resource offering valuable resources to people effected by the disease. , , , please support this program. Brain Bus: Lourdes
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AlzAmbassadorFL Apr 24
The provides training opportunities and other educational services to Alzheimer's caregivers in underserved and rural communities as they seek to provide the highest quality of care for their loved ones. please support this program.
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West Hill Primary School Dec 5
Did you know we have our own ? It’s a great space for us to use when we are learning!
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Barb Drake Apr 24
The Brain Bus currently makes 125 stops annually in Florida. If appropriated and passed into the Florida healthcare budget, the Brain Bus would make over 300 stops annually. , please support funding for the
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Yarissa Reyes Apr 24
Adam and his daughters hold a photo of first survivor in front of the
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Jennifer Braisted May 15
Thank you Sen. for supporting funding for the ! This mobile outreach program offers your constituents valuable resources which promote early detection & awareness of Alzheimer's and support services for those currently living with the disease.
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Shayna Apr 24
We need the to serve as a mobile resource throughout FL; offering training, education & resources for families affected by Alzheimer’s in underserved and rural areas. Please take action!
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Maria Apr 24
In an effort to combat the enormous presence of Alzheimer's disease in our state, the serves as a mobile resource offering valuable services to people affected by the disease. please support this program.
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Cyrena Duncan Jun 6
Join us today to tour the and learn about all the programs and services available to the more than 560,000 Floridians living with Alzheimer’s
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Cyrena Duncan Jun 6
Thank you for taking the time to tour the and for your willingness to cosponsor the and . You are a true champion for the more than 560,000 Floridians living with Alzheimer’s!
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Julie Rivera Apr 24
The Alzheimer’s Brain Bus initiative will be extremely beneficial for low income families. These buses provide resources & free Cognitive exams that can be beneficial for you and your loved ones. Please support
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Victoria Rose Apr 24
Congratulations on receiving the Suzanne R. Plakon Humanitarian Award for leadership in Alzheimer’s initiatives. It was nice to spend the afternoon with real champions like Representative to get closer to in front of the .
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Kathleen A. Scovel Apr 25
Florida is the leader in teaching the under served how to Time to VOTE-YES 4 the a tool kit on wheels. We all started learning by jumping on a bus. LET’S DO THIS!!! @AlzAdvocateFL
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“The” Brian LeBlanc May 9
Thank You for your determination, passion and the sponsoring of the funding for the to increase the reach of this mobile outreach program! As someone “Living with Alzheimer’s, I salute you!
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Kathleen A. Scovel Jun 26
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Alzheimer's Florida Gulf Coast Jun 21
We’re at the game tonight for ! Thank you to ’s staff for taking a tour of the .
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Alzheimer's Advocacy Florida Jun 6
Replying to @RepWebster
Thank you, Congressman, for spending the afternoon learning about all of the resources the has to offer to underserved and rural areas here in Florida.
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