September is World Alzheimer’s Month. Worldwide, 35 million people and their families are affected by dementia. Join the Alzheimer's Association by raising awareness, reducing stigma and sharing your story. Together, we can help end Alzheimer's Disease.
The Alzheimer's Association, together with their community partners, including SeniorCareHomes.com are helping increase Alzheimer's Awareness in the world.
How To Be Involved in World Alzheimer's Month:
Help the Alzheimer's Association raise awareness during the World Alzheimer's Month by Wearing Purple on September 21, Alzheimer's Action Day. You can also speak up and fight stigma with these Alzheimer's Prevention Tips. If you are on Facebook and Twitter, you can change your profile picture to the END ALZ icon and telling your friends to do the same.
Whether it's by sharing a diagnosis or taking action to honor a family member. Here are some stories about brave individuals who are overcoming stigma and facing Alzheimer's.
Whether you are a caregiver, family member, Alzheimer's patient or have a friend with Alzheimer's Disease, tell your story and share how you are fighting stigma and taking action to end Alzheimer's Disease.
For more information on how you can help and participate, send us an email or call us at 949-287-4600 or visit the Alzheimer's Association's website: www.alz.org
- Donate to the Alzheimer's Association NOW.
- Is It Alzheimer's?
- 8 Myths About Alzheimer's Disease
- Stages of Alzheimer's Disease
- Caregiving Tips For People with Alzheimer's Disease
- Detecting Alzheimer's Disease Early
- Safer Home For People with Alzheimer's Disease
- Understanding Dementia
- Legal Planning Tips For Dementia Patients
- Can Peope With Alzheimer's Be Safe Drivers?
- The Anti Alzheimer's Prescription
- Are You At Risk For Alzheimer's Disease?
- Alzheimer's Disease Dosage
Other SeniorCareHomes.com Helpful Links:
- Seniors Online Community & Alzheimer's Discussion Forum
- Search For Alzheimer's or Dementia Care Facility
- Alzheimer's Care or Dementia Facility Registration
Source: Alzheimer's Association