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April 8, 2020
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Our online tools can help you find answers
Whether you're living with Alzheimer's or providing care, you may have questions about what to expect or where to turn, especially during this period of physical distancing. We have numerous free online tools to help you find answers, resources and support.

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Young caregivers face additional challenges
At any age, taking care of a family member living with a disease like Alzheimer's can be taxing psychologically, physically and financially. Caregivers in their 20s and 30s face additional challenges, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Lee Ann Womack believes in the power of music
Country music singer Lee Ann Womack has seen how a song can bring people together and inspire hope during the most difficult times. In the new issue of ALZ magazine, the Grammy Award-winner talks about the impact of Alzheimer's on her family and why she participated in the Alzheimer's Association "Music Moments" project.
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