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January 6, 2021
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Husband and Alzheimer’s caregiver never gives up
Dan Goerke’s wife, Denise, was in her 50s when she first showed signs of Alzheimer’s. Eight years later, Denise resides in an assisted living community. Despite the care challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, Dan keeps a positive attitude and encourages other caregivers to do the same.

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Support the cause in January with an Alzheimer’s Lokai
In the spirit of the new year, Lokai is offering Alzheimer’s Association supporters the opportunity to double their charitable impact with the purchase of an Alzheimer’s Lokai in January. With each purchase, Lokai will contribute $2, rather than the standard $1 per bracelet sold, when you use the code GIVETWICE at checkout.
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Confusion is common in people in the later stages of Alzheimer's
A person living in the later stages of Alzheimer’s 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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