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Alzheimer’s Legislation: Many Voices, One Message

This presentation focuses on advocacy to bring about change. Linda shares information about women and Alzheimer’s disease. As an experienced as an Alzheimer’s advocate on both state and national levels, she provides an update on current Alzheimer’s legislation. The presentation ends … Continue reading

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Could Eye Exam Identify Alzheimer’s Risk?

Did you know your eyes don’t just reflect what you are thinking, but can provide clues to your general health? Because of a close eye-brain connection, our eyes can be a gateway to what is happening in our brains. In … Continue reading

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New Blood Test for Alzheimer’s Disease?

I’m not fond of blood tests and want everything checked at one time. On the lab report, in black and white, I can see my risk for heart disease. When I see those numbers, I make an appointment for my … Continue reading

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Safety First: New Clinical Trial Guidelines

Alzheimer’s disease is the only disease in the top 10 causes of death without effective treatment or a cure. This can be shocking news for a newly diagnosed person. Not long after my 49-year-old husband was diagnosed with dementia of the … Continue reading

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Alzheimer’s Journey!

Welcome to the home of “Alzheimer’s Journey” a site for caregivers and people with Alzheimer’s who want to learn about dementia. Click on the “Basics” link above to view articles of interest to people with Alzheimer’s or a related dementia … Continue reading

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