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April 18, 2018
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Be part of the movement that's making a difference
Advocates from across the country will converge in Washington, D.C., June 17-19 for the 2018 Alzheimer's Association AIM Alzheimer's Advocacy Forum, the nation's premier Alzheimer's advocacy event. The Advocacy Forum is filled with networking, training and education, as we advance policies to improve the lives of all individuals affected by dementia.

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You may be able to influence some Alzheimer's disease risk factors
Scientists have identified factors that increase the risk of Alzheimer's disease. The most important risk factors — age, family history and heredity — can't be changed, but emerging evidence suggests there may be other factors we can influence.
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Alzheimer's may have an effect on your relationships
Your abilities may change over time with Alzheimer's, but how you continue to be a partner in your relationships can impact your ability to live well with the disease. Establishing and maintaining meaningful relationships throughout your Alzheimer's experience can enhance your ability to stay physically and emotionally healthy.
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