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September 7, 2022
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Study finds ‘This Is Us’ Alzheimer's storyline encourages conversations
A new study explores the impact of an Alzheimer's storyline in the popular show "This Is Us" in which one of the lead characters is living with the disease as her adult children disagree over her care. Monica Moreno, Alzheimer’s Association senior director of care and support, said seeing these themes in shows, books and movies can help people gain a fuller picture of Alzheimer’s and caregiving.

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Our resources can help caregivers take care of themselves
Caring for someone living with Alzheimer's can be overwhelming, but we have resources to help. Caregivers have many responsibilities, so it’s important to have a support network to take care of your own well-being.
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Independence in the early stage of Alzheimer’s is possible
Some people living with Alzheimer's may continue to live successfully on their own during the early stage of the disease. Making simple adjustments, taking safety precautions and having the support of others can make things easier.
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