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Boy Writes Book About Alzheimer's

Boy Writes About Great Grandmother's Alzheimer's

This incredible young boy decided to help other children understand more about Alzheimer's by writing a book about his experience with his great-grandmother, who has the disease.

Pat Summit's Off Court Battle

Pat Summit's Off Court Battle

Pat Summit, an incredible former NCAA basketball coach, is dealing with her Alzheimer's diagnosis the only way she knows how — with unmatched dedication and motivation.

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What My Grandma Means To Say

What My Grandma Means to Say: Talking With Kids About Alzheimer's

Having a grandparent with Alzheimer’s can be both confusing and frightening for children. This short play offers some helpful strategies for opening that dialog with young people ages 10 through 12. Take a look!

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Because You Care

Because You Care

It's not always easy to look in the face of suffering. But if we want to ease the burden shouldered by too many billions subsiding on less than %1 a day, we must pay attention. We must act.

That's the CARE way — and it's your way too. We refuse to stand by and let a child go hungry. If there is pain and suffering in our world, we take action.

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The Alzheimer's Foundation of America's toll-free hotline delivers compassion, knowledge, and care through licensed social workers, and provides information, counseling, and referrals to community resources across the nation. Donations through this Gift That Gives More™ will serve and provide care to more people that are desperately in need of help. Thank you!

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