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April 29, 2020
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Our COVID-19 Help Center provides resources all in one location
During these difficult times and always, you're not alone in the fight against Alzheimer's. Stay updated by visiting our COVID-19 Help Center, featuring access to 24/7 support, resources and tips for people living with dementia, caregivers and families.

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Music can unlock memories and build connections
Studies have shown that listening to familiar music can reduce anxiety, depression and aggressive behavior in people living with dementia. The Spring issue of ALZ magazine explores how some individuals can access precious memories by hearing specific songs.
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Take care of emotional needs after an Alzheimer's diagnosis
Coming to terms with an Alzheimer's diagnosis and the emotions you may feel can help you move forward and discover ways to live a positive and fulfilling life. We have tips to help.
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