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October 12, 2022
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Alzheimer’s volunteer fights for his dad
Carlos Olivas III is a caregiver for his father, Carlos Olivas Jr., who is living with Alzheimer’s. On our blog, Olivas III talks about his family’s experience with Alzheimer’s and how he volunteers for his local Walk to End Alzheimer’s® in honor of his dad and all other families impacted by the disease.

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Clinical study opportunities are available for healthy volunteers
Every Alzheimer’s or dementia clinical trial gives researchers invaluable information that may lead to answers on how to treat, slow down or cure these diseases. Alzheimer’s Association TrialMatch® is a free, easy-to-use clinical study matching service that connects individuals living with dementia, their caregivers and healthy volunteers with research opportunities in their area or online.
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HearingLife is proud to join the fight to end Alzheimer’s
Emerging evidence shows hearing loss may contribute to a person’s risk of cognitive decline and possibly dementia. HearingLife, a national hearing care company committed to helping more people hear better, is joining the fight to end Alzheimer’s by encouraging customers to take proactive steps in caring for their hearing health.
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