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March 28, 2018
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Advocate fights Alzheimer's disease for all those struggling
John George, 24, is an Alzheimer’s advocate and Alzheimer’s Association AIM Ambassador to Rep. Albio Sires (D-N.J.) despite not having a personal connection to the disease. He’s attending the 2018 Alzheimer’s Association AIM Advocacy Forum to continue being part of the movement that's making a difference in the fight against Alzheimer's.

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Reducing stress can help those caring for someone living with Alzheimer’s
Alzheimer's disease caregivers frequently report experiencing high levels of stress. It can be overwhelming to take care of someone living with Alzheimer's or other dementia, but too much stress can be harmful to both of you. Our resources can help you avoid burnout.
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Confusion is common in people in the later stages of Alzheimer’s
In the later stages of Alzheimer’s, a person living with the disease may not remember familiar people, places or things. Situations involving memory loss and confusion are extremely difficult for caregivers and families, and require patience and understanding.
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