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March 15, 2017
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New online resources support living well in the early stage of Alzheimer’s disease
Individuals living in the early stage of Alzheimer’s or other dementias often feel uncertain about how to live their best life moving forward. Our new LiveWell Online Resources, designed specifically for individuals in the early stage and with input from people living with dementia, provide personal insights and strategies on how to live a quality life with the disease.

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Join Alzheimer’s advocates and be heard at the Advocacy Forum
Even if you’re not coming to Washington, D.C., for the 2017 Alzheimer’s Association Advocacy Forum, you can help the more than 1,200 advocates, caregivers and people living with Alzheimer’s that will flood Capitol Hill on March 29 ask Congress for increased Alzheimer’s research funding. Through Thunderclap and our new video tool, advocates unable to attend the Forum can use social media to amplify our message.
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Alzheimer’s researchers say you can take steps to help protect your brain
Researchers are working to discover ways to not only treat Alzheimer’s but prevent it, including trying to gain a better understanding of the role of amyloid proteins in the development of the disease. Experts say diet, exercise and better sleep, among other steps people can take, may help protect the brain and potentially reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s or another dementia.
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